EKIA Organic Anti Aging Skin Care
During winter days your body requires extra energy to keep warm. My favorite way to keep warm is to drink spiced up hot chocolate any time of the day. This hot chocolate provides handfull of nutrients from raw cacao powder and maca powder. Here is a quick recipe:
Easy hot cocoa recipe for these cold winter days using our organic raw Cocoa :
- 1 cup of milk or any dairy free beverage (my favorite is hemp milk)
- 2 teaspoons of raw cocao powder
- 1 teaspoon of sugar or ½ teaspoon of stevia
- Bring milk to boil turn off the heat, mix in cocoa powder and sugar and stir well.
There are many of anti-aging products available but the best options are all natural plant derived serum concentrate that instantly restores radiance even to the dullest skin. Our natural and organic Acai Anti-Resisting serum is made from exotic oils, acai fruit extract that provides remarkable antioxidant properties, and herbal extracts. It is readily absorbs into the washed skin making your skin soft and nourished. For best results also apply our Acai and Chocolate Radiance Moisturizing cream after the Acai Anti-Resisting serum.
Black Pepper is a common spice that you may use daily to spice up your food. Black pepper comes from the berry of the pepper plant Piper nigrum. It has been cultivated as a spice throughout the history and used to enhance the flavor of most foods around the world. Black pepper has several nutritional benefits and medicinal properties. Black pepper contains iron, vitamin K, and manganese. It enhances the absorption of beta-carotene, vitamin Bs, and selenium. Peperine the compound in the black pepper has been shown to have anticarcinogenic and antioxidant properties. In Ayurvedic medicine,...
A cup of hot chocolate usually contains about 4 or 5 milligrams of caffeine, which is about 1/20 that of a cup of regular coffee. When you use our raw organic cacao powder you get all the benefits of nutritional value. You can simply mix two teaspoons of cacao powder and one spoon of raw brown sugar or raw coconut sugar with a cup of milk or milk alternative such as almond or hemp milk. To make your hot chocolate more versatile and spicy add one teaspoon of maca powder and a dash of cinnamon mix it well and enjoy it.
Quinoa is the tiny, ancient Peruvian seed, with a mild, nutty flavor, is related to leafy green vegetables and is often used like a grain. Quinoa is a gluten free grain and is as versatile as rice but it has a protein content that is superior to that of other grains. Quinoa contains all the essential amino acids. In particular, quinoa is high in lysine, an amino acid important for tissue growth and repair. It’s also a good source of manganese, magnesium, phosphorus and copper, and it has a high iron content.