6 Superfoods For Glowing Skin, Strong Immunity, And Boosted Energy

Happy Friday gorgeous! How ya feelin’ in week two of the Love Your Body Series?! You are absolutely glowing! ✨

You know this series is all about showing your body love from the inside out, and each healthy meal is an act of self-love and respect. You’ll find so many nourishing superfoods in your Love Your Body Meal Plan. Today we’re talking all about our favorites and their incredible health benefits. We know you’ll love these ingredients, and they’ll love your body right back. 💜 Make sure to grab your Meal Plan here so you can whip up these superfoods in so many delicious and easy recipes!

xxo,

K&K

Love Your Body With These Healthy Superfoods ~

Spirulina

Spirulina, an algae packed with B vitamins, iron, and potassium, boosts your immune system and brightens your skin! Spirulina is easy to add to any of your Tone It Up smoothies and all you need is 1 tsp. a day to feel the perks! It also makes your smoothies the most beautiful color ~ perfect for that Insta shot! 😉 We’re obsessed with the Emerald Spriulina Smoothie Bowl from your Love Your Body Meal Plan!


Cacao

 Cacao gives love to your heart, mood, blood pressure, hair, and nails, along with SO many other body-loving benefits. This superfood is also an amazing source of iron, which helps to strengthen your immune system and boost your energy. We sprinkle cacao nibs on smoothies and top ’em on chia seed pudding, and we use cacao powder in so many delicious chocolatey desserts like the Love Your Body Meal Plan Chocolate Beet Muffins!


Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds are a complete plant-based protein with all the essential amino acids you need to refuel post-workout. Adding just 1-2 Tbsp. of these little seeds to your meals will help your digestion, balance your hormones, and majorly boost your metabolism! We love them in smoothie bowls or sprinkled on top of a salad for a delicious crunch like in your Chopped Superfood Cobb Salad! They have a slightly nutty, satisfying flavor you’re going to love!


Flax Seeds

Flax seeds are an amazing source of protein and fiber! These superstars add a boost of heart-healthy, beautifying omega-3 fatty acids along with a mix of magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus. We love adding 1 Tbsp. to our smoothies. Try flax seeds in the delicious Peanut Butter Coconut Overnight Oats!


Beets

This Beet & Cauliflower Soup is one of our faves from your new Meal Plan! Beets have so many heart-healthy and brain-boosting benefits that can’t be beat 😉 Beets contain anti-inflammatory properties and are a great source of Vitamin C and fiber, which help improve digestion.


Pink Himalayan Salt

Your new post-workout secret weapon: pink Himalayan salt! Since it’s mined from ancient sea beds, you’ll receive all the muscle-recovery benefits of this mineral-loaded salt without toxins or anything unnatural. Pink Himalayan salt provides your body with essential nutrients and replenishing electrolytes. When you complete a tough workout, your body releases those electrolytes through sweat. Post-workout, we suggest adding a pinch of pink Himalayan salt to an 8 oz. glass of water to replenish the cells in your body. Plus, it’ll help restore your body’s pH levels, making this an excellent detoxifying sip.

 The Love Your Body Meal Plan is packed with tons of superfood recipes, meal-by-meal guides, and science-backed advice to help you reach your goals!


COMMENTS 11

  1. Made the cobb salad and the beetsoup this week, so delicious!!
    Love love the new recipes!

    1. Hey babe! We’ve tried a few different brands from Whole Foods and Amazon ~ whatever is easy to pick up and has natural ingredients!

  2. The peanut butter overnight oats are amazing. I made them with steel cut oats for the first time. It was delicious!

  3. Love love love the oatmeal raisin cookie oats!! The only thing I don’t like is how heavy and bloaded oatmeal makes me feel. And the collagen gummies OMG!!!! To die for

  4. Hi! Love all the recipes in the Love Your Body Series! What is recommended to use: unsweetened Cacao Nibs or the sweet cacao nibs for your recipes?

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