Every bride wants to look her absolute best on her big day. The perfect dress, with the perfect fit, perfect hair with the perfect style, and the perfect skin with the perfect glow are all too important. If you are a bride to be seeking to look her very best on the day of her nuptials, then this is a must read for you. We’ll go through all the things you need to accomplish that perfect “you” through a healthy lifestyle plan by trying something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue for a fit body this wedding season.
Herbal teas have been used for centuries in just about every culture in the world to remedy this or that ailment. Add Green Tea to healthy diet consisting of plenty of green foods to boost your metabolism. This will help you look slimmer in that special dress. Herbal Tea is also a great source of antioxidants, especially Black Tea. Antioxidants are minerals that slow the breakdown of cells helping you look younger.
For a trim, healthy, glowing appearance you have to introduce new, preferably raw, healthy foods into your diet. Salads – sans the creamy dressing – and fruit and veggie smoothies from your local smoothie shop are great, but feel free to experiment with your own recipes. Include some that have a variety of colors as this is an indication of the systems in the body that help. For example, red foods such as tomatoes are heart healthy and lower high blood pressure.
Exercise is the key ingredient to the recipe for a healthy look and glow. While it’s perfectly acceptable to go traditional and start jogging a few miles a day, you may stay more interested in the work out if you switch it up a bit. Try looking up YouTube videos on new workout moves, join a class with a friend, or take up a sport.
You guessed it! Blueberries! Blueberries are rich and flavorful source of antioxidants, which are a must in any bride-to-be’s diet. These little blue soldiers of health march through your body on a mission to make you beautiful from the inside out. If you don’t like blueberries, try elderberries instead, or blackberries, which are in the same family.
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