RECIPES

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Try these recipes or invent your own SuperDrink

Skin+Beyond Healthy Drink Cucumber Recipe for Skin Health, Bone Health, Heart Health

NIce+Simple 1


1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

200ml still spring water

Slice of cucumber

Skin+Beyond Healthy Drink Strawberry Recipe for Skin Health, Bone Health, Heart Health

NIce+Simple 2


1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

200ml sparkling spring water

Slice of strawberry

Skin+Beyond Healthy Drink Lemon Recipe for Skin Health, Bone Health, Heart Health

NIce+Simple 3


1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

200ml sparkling spring water

Slice of lemon

Hydrate+Feel Great 1 Anti-ageing Drink Recipe

Hydrate+Feel Great 1


1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

200ml spring water, still or sparkling

Good pinch of unrefined sea salt
or Himalayan salt

Small slice of pineapple

Hydrate+Feel Great 2 - Health Drink Recipe for Skin

Hydrate+Feel Great 2


1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

100ml sparkling spring water

100ml coconut water

Small slice of pineapple

NB You can play around with sweetness; even add more water if needed

Hydrate+Feel Great 3 - Energy Drink Recipe for Skin Health, Bone Health & Heart Health

Hydrate+Feel Great 3


1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

100ml sparkling spring water

Good pinch of unrefined sea salt
or Himalayan salt

100ml coconut water

Small slice of mango

NB You can play around with sweetness; even add more water if needed

Skin+Beyond Berry Healthy Drink Recipe for Skin Health

Berry+Berry


This shake is packed with antioxidants from Skin+Beyond powder, complemented by strawberries or blueberries, healthy fats from coconut milk and avocado, and the hydration boost (Skin+Beyond also boosts hydration) from coconut water and exclusion zone (EZ) water found only in plants and spring water, for a perfect meal replacement.

Ingredients

100g to 150g of strawberries or blueberries

A good splash of coconut water

A good splash of coconut milk or any other nut milk e.g. almond unsweetened

2 tablespoons of sheep’s, goat’s or Jersey yogurt (optional);
raw if you can find it

Half an avocado, skin and stone removed

1 raw egg yolk (optional), preferably organic

1 teaspoon of cashew nut butter or a handful of cashews

1 tsp of cocoa powder or 2 squares of dark chocolate (optional)

1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

 

Blend for one minute in a blender

If you are going to use coconut milk, it’s important that you buy it without any preservatives and emulsifiers e.g. polysorbate, carboxymethyl cellulose as they disrupt the gut microbiome.

To be on the safe side, use the recommended yoghurts if you are using them; the reason for this is that they contain the A2 casein protein, that unlike the A1 casein protein you find in most dairy products, does not cause intolerance and allergic reactions. If you’re vegan, you could use a coconut yoghurt or just leave out.

Egg yolks impart a subtle vanilla flavour, give the smoothie richness and a host of B vitamins including choline that is difficult to find in many other foods other than liver. And NO they don’t increase cholesterol levels.

If you want a more chilled and thicker smoothie, you can freeze the fruit and/or add a few ice cubes preferably made with spring water.

If you need to adjust the consistency further to your desire, just add a splash of water preferably spring.

Skin+Beyond Pear + Kale Health Drink Recipe for Bone Health

Pear+Kale


This shake is packed with skin and general health boosting nutrients including superfood kale packed with chlorophyll (that traps the sun’s solar energy) and distributes it through the body when ingested, eye health boosting nutrients lutein and zeaxanthin, bone health boosting calcium and vitamin K as well as boasting powerful anti-cancer compounds including sulforaphane and indole-3-carbonol.

Add in the healthy fats from coconut milk and avocado and the hydration boost (Skin+Beyond also boosts hydration) from coconut water and exclusion zone (EZ) water found only in plants and spring water, for a perfect meal replacement.

Ingredients

Half a pear

A couple of handfuls of kale, preferably organic

A good splash of coconut water

A good splash of coconut milk or any nut milk e.g. almond unsweetened

2 tablespoons of sheep’s, goat’s or Jersey yogurt ( optional); raw if you can find it

2 sticks of celery, preferably organic

Half an avocado, skin and stone removed

1 tsp almond butter or a handful of almonds (optional)

1 raw egg yolk (optional), preferably organic

1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

¼ tsp of cinnamon (optional)

 

Blend for one minute in a blender

Kale is a superfood, but it’s not to everyone’s taste. It does get masked to a certain degree by the other flavours, so perhaps persevere. Spinach is an alternative option, but unfortunately in terms of nutrients, it’s no match for kale.

If you are going to use coconut milk, it’s important that you buy it without any preservatives and emulsifiers e.g. polysorbate, carboxymethyl cellulose as they disrupt the gut microbiome.

To be on the safe side, use the recommended yoghurts if you are using them; the reason for this is that they contain the A2 casein protein, that unlike the A1 casein protein you find in most dairy products, does not cause intolerance and allergic reactions. If you’re vegan, you could use a coconut yoghurt or just leave out.

Egg yolks impart a subtle vanilla flavour, give the smoothie richness and a host of B vitamins including choline that is difficult to find in many other foods other than liver. And NO they don’t increase cholesterol levels.

If you want a more chilled and thicker smoothie, you can freeze the fruit and/or add a few ice cubes preferably made with spring water.

If you need to adjust the consistency further to your desire, just add a splash of water preferably spring.

Skin+Beyond Berry + Banana Healthy Drink Recipe for Joint Health

Berry+Banana


The combination of berry flavour (from Skin+Beyond), banana and chocolate makes this shake a household favourite. Add in the health coconut and avocado fats and the hydration properties (Skin+Beyond also boosts hydration) from coconut water and exclusion zone (EZ) water found only in plants and spring water, for a perfect meal replacement.

Ingredients

1 small, ripe banana, about 6 inches

A good splash of coconut water

A good splash of coconut milk or any other nut milk e.g. almond unsweetened

2 tablespoons of sheep’s, goat’s or Jersey yogurt (optional);
raw if you can find it

Half an avocado, skin and stone removed

1 raw egg yolk (optional), preferably organic

1 teaspoon of nut butter (almond or cashew or macadamia) or a handful of nuts

1 tsp of cocoa powder or 2 squares of dark chocolate (optional)

1 scoop of Skin+Beyond

¼ tsp of cinnamon (optional)

 

Blend for one minute in a blender

If you are going to use coconut milk, it’s important that you buy it without any preservatives and emulsifiers e.g. polysorbate, carboxymethyl cellulose as they disrupt the gut microbiome. If you can’t find good quality coconut milk, just double up on the coconut and add some extra coconut water and or water preferably spring.

To be on the safe side, use the recommended yoghurts if you are using them; the reason for this is that they contain the A2 casein protein, that unlike the A1 casein protein you find in most dairy products, does not cause intolerance and allergic reactions. If you’re vegan, you could use a coconut yoghurt or just leave out.

Egg yolks impart a subtle vanilla flavour, give the smoothie richness and a host of B vitamins including choline that is difficult to find in many other foods other than liver. And NO they don’t increase cholesterol levels.

If you want a more chilled and thicker smoothie, you can freeze the fruit and/or add a few ice cubes preferably made with spring water.

If you need to adjust the consistency further to your desire, just add a splash of water preferably spring.