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Six early morning steps to ensure that you will have a healthy & happy day

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We all need a little help during the winter months, especially as the mornings are getting colder and darker.

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Follow these tried and tested six early morning steps and we can ensure that you will have a healthy & happy day

1: Drink water with apple cider vinegar first thing.

Yes, this is easier said than done, but the health benefits will outweigh the taste. Apple cider vinegar aids in weight loss, lowers blood sugar levels, give you energy, helps your skin, the list is endless, it also adds acid to your stomach (so don’t take too much) and relieves intestinal spasms.

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Apple cider vinegar

2: Plan a great breakfast.

Breakfast really is the most important meal and is often overlooked. If time is not on your side, prepare the night before, check out the below, easy recipe which is bursting with omega 3.

Chia Pudding:

All you do is put one part chia seeds, two parts water/milk alternative. Some people like to add a few spoons of their favourite yoghurt. It is extra delicious when you add some goji berries and  fruit puree.

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3: Take your vitamins 

There is sometimes confusion around what vitamins to take. Always get advice on the best vitamin for you from a nutritionist.  But we have some recommendations below

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4: Make sure to do a natural skin care routine each morning

Cleansing: 

Dampen face with a warm wet cloth. Add a blob of your favourite cleanser to your hands and apply to face gently using a rotating motion. Rinse face cloth and remove cleanser.

Toning: Choose a toner that matches your skin type. Apply to face with cotton pad.

Moisturise: With the colder weather, a thicker moisturizer will provide an extra layer of protection. Apply liberally to the face and neck

 

5: Do a 5 minute meditation from youtube.

It is surprising how you can find the time and it is the calming supplement you cannot buy. Give it a go. 

6: Drink a herbal teas

Teas are a great way to warm you up on these cold mornings and also give you a caffeine free nutrtional boost! There are tons to choose from but here are some of our favourites. 

Pukka tumeric 

Daily cultures green tea 

Ginger Orange tea 

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