Dry Skin?

Dry skin?
Foods high in potassium help regulate the water levels in your body.
Foods which contain sulfur can prevent dry, irritated skin.
Foods containing good fats keep cell walls strong and prevent water loss.
And don’t forget just plain old water! Stay thirsty my friends:)
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Healthy Lunchbox…Peanut Butter Banana Wrap

Mae and Charlie have a new favorite school lunch…a whole wheat tortilla spread with sunbutter (Charlie is allergic to nuts or we’d use peanut or almond butter), half a sliced banana, drizzled with honey, and wrapped up like a burrito. We wrap it tightly in foil so it doesn’t fall apart. Quick, healthy..a good thing:)

Super Healthy Salad

My super healthy salad that I made on Saturday was all from leftover ingredients and staples that I already had in my fridge and pantry.  So I guess it was kind of a clean out the fridge and pantry salad.  The ingredients were arugala, sprouts, avocado, chick peas, kalamata olives and grilled chicken (left over from the night before) olive oil and lemon.  I put wheat grass in the salad this time, no, it is not a staple in my house but it is leftover from a series of green smoothies I made with it.  Jack loved it because he thought it was cool to eat grass. OK, whatever it takes:)