I’m sure I’m not the first wanting to add a ‘forever’ after the name of your website, Rachel – RawberryFields – and bursting into song. I can’t just be showing my age, am I, lol?
Anyway, on to smoothies. I haven’t come across juicy, tender lychees in a smoothie recipe before. And this one is just right for them. A tasty, delicately flavored smoothie with just a little tanginess. Packed full of healthy, nutritious goodness, too, from the fruit and coconut water.
Rachel extols the benefits of coconut here …
The health benefits of coconut water are well documented, and one of the things I like the most is that it helps to moisturise the skin from within, and trust me, it works. I have always been one of those people who is a complete sucker for beauty products; if it promises me eternal youth, dewey skin and an angelic complexion, I am in. But since eating a diet high in raw foods, I have switched to using far fewer products overall, and the ones I do use are more natural, because it’s important to limit the number of chemicals you put on your skin, as your skin is a giant organ that needs to be nourished too. I absolutely swear by coconut oil; I wash my face with it using a circular brush, moisturise with it, condition my hair with it; and both my skin and hair have never looked healthier, especially supplemented by adding coconut water to my smoothies. It’s also really good at toning your face if you dab a small amount on after washing your face.
Please turn to the Next Page for the recipe …
Thanks for the healthy tips
mmmmm sounds refreshing and with Summer fast approaching, it wil be good to enjoy on a hot morning or afternoon!!!! 😉
Where do you get them