#1 Must Eat Food for Beautiful Hair, Skin and Nails

Enough with spending all of your money on chemical-laden lotions and potions that don’t work and actually increase your toxic load! If you want a super healthy glow, it’s time to turn your attention to what is going on inside. So if you suffer from acne, inflammation, or dry, flakey skin look no further than breakfast, lunch and dinner. My number #1 most important food for thick and glossy hair, long and strong nails and supple, glowing skin is...     Bone Broth High quantities of collagen, gelatin and trace minerals like sulphur and silicon are some of the best beauty secrets. Not only does bone broth help grow beautiful hair and nails but it's also rumoured to help with the ‘orange peel’ look of cellulite by strengthening the under layer of the skin. Get your daily dose in your broth and you can have long and strong hair, nails and supple, vibrant skin! Start incorporating more bone broth into your day by making blended soups or freeze into ice cubes and put in your smoothies. If you have never made bone broth before, have no fear! Here is my recipe: Poultry (Chicken, Turkey, Pheasant, Duck) Bone Broth Recipe Total Time: 24 hours Ingredients:
  • 1 whole poultry carcass and all the gibblets: necks and feet (especially rich in gelatin)
  • Water to cover bones and fill crockpot, preferably spring water!
  • 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • Sea salt and ground black pepper
  • 2 Bay Leaves
  • Garlic cloves, smashed
  • Vegetables of choice (optional)
  • 1-2 sticks of kombu seaweed
Directions: *Note: You can either use the carcass after you have roasted a chicken and eaten the meat, or you can cook the whole chicken in the water. After its done, you can remove the meat and put the bones back in and cook for the remainder of the 24 hours!
  1. Place all ingredients into crockpot and add enough water until chicken is submerged.
  2. Turn setting to low and continue to simmer for 24 hours.
  3. Remove bones and veggies, let cool enough to strain through cheesecloth to remove small bits and then pour into glass storage containers.
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