KNOWL­TON’S COM­MAND­MENTS FOR THAT P OST-YOGA GLOW:

HILuxury - - WELL BEING -

WA­TER:

Hy­drate! Hy­drate! Hy­drate! Rule of thumb: Drink half your weight in ounces of wa­ter daily.

CLEAN PRO­TEIN:

Amino acids are the body's build­ing blocks. Re­lated to skin health, these com­prise col­la­gen (nat­u­ral fi­brous pro­tein) and elastin (struc­tural pro­tein). Sources: 100-per­cent grass-fed, or­ganic beef; pas­ture-raised, or­ganic poultry ; hu­manely-raised, an­tibi­otic-and-hor­mone-free pork; wild-caught fi sh and seafood; pas­ture-raised eggs.

HEALTHY FATS:

–Sat­u­rated: Bonus: Th ese oils' heat tol­er­ance makes them ideal for cook­ing. Sources: but­ter (grass-fed, or­ganic); co­conut oil (or­ganic, vir­gin, un­re­fined). –Mo­noun­sat­u­rated: Sources: olives and olive oil; av­o­cado and av­o­cado oil . –Polyun­sat­u­rated/Es­sen­tial fatty acids (EFA): Sources: wild-caught sal­mon and sar­dines; wal­nuts; fl axseeds.

VI­TA­MIN A:

Pro­tects skin against dam­age from sun­light. Sources: sweet pota­toes; car­rots; dark leafy greens ( kale, spinach).

VI­TA­MIN C:

Shields skin from free-rad­i­cal dam­age and sup­ports col­la­gen. Sources: berries; pa­paya ; bell pep­pers; broc­coli; Brussels sprouts; pineap­ple; or­anges; kiwi; can­taloupe; cau­li­flower.

BIOFLAVONOIDS:

Boosts vi­ta­min C. Sources: cit­rus fruits; trop­i­cal fruits; berries; pep­pers; broc­coli; Brussels sprouts.

VI­TA­MIN E:

Pro­vides antioxidants. Sources: spinach ; al­monds; sun­flower seeds.

GREEN TEA:

In­fused with antioxidants and slight caff eine (25mg in 8oz. ver­sus 180mg in coff ee); three to four cups a day yields max­i­mum health ben­e­fits.

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