Q: What are some easy ways to enhance my natural beauty?

A: We all want to capture and hold on to the natural beauty we had as a child. But let’s face it, over a period of time our skin loses that supple, buttery soft, wrinkle free texture we were born with. So we look for ways to enhance what time has given us. There are several ways to do this. First, we must remember we are what we eat. So it is important to that we supply our bodies with nutrients that will help us fight father time. One thing we must do is drink plenty of water -remember we should drink one ounce of water for every pound we weigh daily. Also, adding SUPERFOODS to our diet can enhance our natural beauty and improve our body’s performance! The Cacao and Maqui Powder are rich in antioxidants. The Coconut Palm Sugar has a low glycemic index and will help us avoid artificial sweeteners. Julie Morris’ book, SuperFood Smoothies, offers great ideas on how to blend these awesome ingredients into a delicious nutritious morning breakfast or any meal. Exercise is also an important way to enhance your natural beauty. A brisk walk, dancing to your favorite song, or indoor cycling are all good options. But did you know there is an ultimate exercise you can do without leaving your house or even your bedroom to get that radiant glow you want? Yes, it’s sex! Having sex is the ultimate beauty booster. Rolling around in the hay, making love, getting it in, whatever you call it, having sex for 15 minutes a day leaves your cheeks flushed; your lips lusciously red; and your skin glowing and beautiful. Studies have shown that regular romps increase blood flow and bring essential nutrients and oxygen to the skin, which flush out harmful toxins and make us appear younger. For more suggestions and tips remember to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and subscribe to our website.

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