Radiant skin, gorgeous hair, and a healthy body: ah, who doesn't want that? But if the immune system was not elevated during the winter season, chances are things are not looking too good for spring.
Rather than head to the cosmetic counter to hide winter's telltale signs of depletion, it might be a better idea to run to the 'Green grocer'. A stroll through the produce section and a scope of the global harvest: papaya, kiwi, peppers, strawberries, yams, and the earthen smell of onions, garlic, mushrooms, carrots, and beets. A detour through the bulk section bursting with nuts, beans, whole grains, seeds, and dried fruits are bound to arouse a passion for a healthy spring menu; and the list goes on through the crustacean seafood counter and grass fed meat department, being certain not to slight the outstanding selection of teas.
Sound like a perfect setting for a cooking show? How about taking a second look. This Green Grocer is in fact the pharmacy, the cosmetic counter, the vitamin shop, and perhaps the doctor's office!
Science has proven that an anti-inflammatory diet of wholesome foods, is the key secret to health, longevity, anti-aging, anti-disease, and a beauty that begins from within yet radiates in all the right places on the outside.
Before heading out to the local beauty salons, spa's, and cosmetic counters to disguise the damages caused by cellular degeneration from eating all the wrong foods, take a serious look in the mirror; what is seen on the surface is a reflection of what is going on underneath.
Make the first attempts for spring and summer beauty at one of the wholesome and organic markets in your town. After the inspiring shopping spree at the market, and some fabulous new recipes have set a new plan in your mind for spring and summer eating; then go ahead and indulge yourself in a mud facial, sea salt and lavender body scrub, and a rejuvenating peppermint and rosemary deep conditioning treatment for those soon to be summer locks: at your favorite salon.
Be proud of real beauty: the kind that first begins from within.