Source dried rose hips at the health food shop or pick and dry your own.
Kate O’Brien’s new book GLOW offers a four-week plan to revitalise your skin with gut-friendly foods that contain the necessary nutrients to keep your skin, gut and body vibrant, alive and glowing. Her Caramel Smoothie Bowl proves that you can still enjoy something sweet in the search for good skin!
Bursting with goodness and the good news is that it tastes delicious too, which is not something you can always say about a kale smoothie!
Telegraph food writer and James Beard award-winning cookbook author Diana Henry has published her new cookbook How to Eat a Peach celebrating menus, stories and places. She cooks up feasts for family and friends based on meals she has cooked and loved over the years. ‘This drink is local and seasonal to me, in Britain, in early summer’, she says ‘so it seems a perfect way to start a meal that honours this philosophy.’
From Michael Isted’s book, The Herball’s Guide to Botanical Drinks, how to use the alchemy of plants to create potions to cleanse, restore, relax and revive. ‘Barley Water is a classic water used both in Europe and Asia to cleanse the kidneys and for its diuretic actions’, he says.
‘Bright, bold and reinvigorating, this is all about plants that help to shift us out of our winter slumber, get things moving, and add a little spice and intensity to our mornings’, says Michael Isted in his new book The Herball’s Guide to Botanical Drinks, how to use the alchemy of plants to create potions to cleanse, restore, relax and revive.
From Michael Isted’s book: ‘The Herball’s Guide to Botanical Drinks’, how to use the alchemy of plants to create potions to cleanse, restore, relax and revive. ‘A simple amalgamation of some of my favourite cleansing herbs in a delicious herbal tea that can be enjoyed throughout the year’, says Michael. ‘This infusion is particularly delicious in the morning, but can be prepared in a large batch and heated up as and when required.’ Published by Jacqui Small.