Beauty Break Newsletter
April 2015 
BeautyScoop packet
  As we all know, beauty starts from the inside. BeautyScoop was developed to be a  nutritional beauty supplement that provides the essential peptides and lipids our body needs in order to produce long, lustrous hair, strong nails, and healthy, supple skin. Part of BeautyScoop's proven formula is the fact that it has four grams of hearty protein per scoop! 
Of course, you might be thinking, "What is so important about protein? I'm not a weightlifter!" Well, contrary to popular belief, protein isn't only for our muscles. It is necessary for many things -- normal body functioning, a quick mind, satiety -- and, yes, beauty as well. Protein is essential in helping us look our best. 
With the arrival of spring, all sorts of fruits and vegetables are now in season! Although  protein is easy to get from meat sources, we bet you didn't know that there are many other "hidden" protein foods that provide multiple benefits. Read on to see what healthy, in-season treats can provide you with the protein your body needs! 
1. Bean sprouts! You have probably never heard of them, right? 2 cups of raw bean sprouts have
6 grams of protein, and they are very versatile in recipes. Try using them in an Asian-inspired stir fry: Wilting them down will allow you to eat more, and they stay nice and crunchy! Soy sauce is an excellent compliment. 

2. Spinach! Popeye knew the secret to muscle power, and now you do, too! One cup of cooked spinach (two cups raw) has a fantastic 5 grams of protein. Swapping romaine or iceberg in your salad for spinach is an easy substitute, but you can probably guess our favorite way to use it: in a smoothie! Just blend a few big handfuls of spinach with a ripe banana, milk, and a scoop of BeautyScoop. We promise you won't taste it!

3. Green peas! One cup of peas has a whopping 7 grams of protein! The best part? Peas are easy to get fresh, frozen, or even canned (do low sodium!). You can eat them as-is, add them to salads for a main course, or with a little butter as a healthy side. Peas are also fiber-rich, as they are actually not a vegetable: They are a legume (like beans!)!

4. Old-fashioned oatmeal. So, no, this isn't a vegetable, and it probably isn't this fir
st thing you  think of when you picture "spring," but old-fashioned oatmeal has a satiating 6 grams of protein per half-cup (uncooked) serving. If you haven't tried mixing raw oatmeal with yogurt and letting it sit in the fridge overnight, you are missing out! This is a great grab-and-go breakfast option that is akin to muesli, and it is even more delicious with a scoop of BeautyScoop mixed in. No sweetener necessary! 
During winter, comfort dishes reign supreme, but everyone craves lighter foods in spring and summer. If you are tired of the usual protein sources, try adding these ones into your diet. And, of course, don't forget BeautyScoop in your morning smoothie or shake! 


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Shake Up Your Beauty!
BeautyScoop - Protein-Packed Roasted Strawberry Smoothie  

Submitted by Leslie Edwards, Dallas, TX        



  • 1 packet or 1 scoop of BeautyScoop
  • 1 1/2 cups fresh strawberries, quartered
  • 1 tablespoon raw sugar
  • 1/3 cup 2% plain Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup low fat, organic milk
  • 1 cup crushed ice
  • 1 tsp chia seeds
  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Combine strawberries and sugar in a medium bowl. Pour the strawberries on a parchment-lined baking sheet and roast for about 12 to 15 minutes (or until the berries release their juices).
  2. Combine other ingredients and blend until smooth.
  3. Add strawberries and blend again.
  4. Sweeten to taste (if necessary).
  5. Enjoy!

Serves 1       


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