Continuing with our interview with Kyra Ann (IG:kyrholistics) from last week, down below she shares where she gets her inspiration, favor Instagrammers and smoothie.
Where do you get recipe inspiration?
Definitely from Instagram. There are so many talented and intelligent women out there that have inspired me to be a better and healthier eater. Every day I gain inspiration from the creations of others and often will try their recipes or will spin off and make my own!
Favorite dish to make?
I love making a huge, thick, packed veggie smoothie. I enjoy putting so many micro nutrients into one meal and having it taste almost like dessert. It’s pure bliss.
Favorite self-care ritual?
I love taking a warm bath with essential oils diffusing and soft music playing. Then, after my bath I do some dry brushing, coconut oil on my skin, and relax with my Himalayan salt lamp on and a good book. I always feel so energized & ready for anything afterward.
Where do you go food shopping?
I have a creepy love for grocery shopping and find excuses to go at least twice a week. I usually just go to my local Smiths Marketplace (Kroger) because they are affordable and have tons of organic options. I buy supplements and anything I can’t find there at my local health food store Good Earth. My favorite is if I can find my produce at a local farmers market! Definitely loving that this summer.
Who is (are) your favorite Food Instagrammers that you follow?
One of the first foodies I started following on instagram was Blair, @balancewithb. I have learned so much from her and I still refer to her blog often for recipes. The other instagram & podcast that really helped me was Jesse and Marni from @theultimatehealthpodcast. I have so many beautiful friends I’ve met in the health world that I follow regularly know I don’t think I could even narrow them down!
What is a big food/health trend that you’re currently into?
Eating more of a grain free diet. It happens to be a trend but actually really works for my body because of my specific sensitivities.
Blueberry veggie smoothie
12-16 oz unsweetened almond milk
1 c frozen steamed cauliflower
4 frozen zucchini chunks (1 inch)
1/4 c frozen mashed sweet potato
1/2 c frozen spinach
1/2 frozen banana
1 c frozen blueberries
1 tbsp sunflower seed butter (or any nut butter)
1 tbsp ground flax seed
1 tbsp hemp hearts