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  • - I love yoga.

  • I've been practicing yoga since I was about 17.

  • Now I'm 18, so yeah, it's like a year.

  • Just kidding.

  • I really find yoga to be like, super calming, centering.

  • It makes me feel really grounded.

  • I love a combination of Kundalini yoga with Hatha yoga,

  • and I find it really invigorating.

  • I love to practice yoga early in the morning

  • or early in the evening when the sun is setting.

  • It's just such a big part of my life.

  • I wouldn't wanna be without it.

  • My favorite meditation spot is generally outside.

  • Hearing the birds, seeing the sunset or the sunrise,

  • it just feels really invigorating.

  • You feel one with nature.

  • Meditation during the holiday season is super important.

  • There's always a lot going on in the holiday season.

  • All the cooking, the holiday shopping, the decorating,

  • and so it's important to take that time to really meditate

  • so then you feel centered and good,

  • and then you will be able to give some of that back

  • to your friends and family and all your loved ones.

  • So some of my favorite treats around the holidays,

  • I really enjoy like, baking fresh cookies.

  • I love, you know, making hot apple cider.

  • So I'm going to share with you

  • two of my favorite holiday recipes,

  • the first one being gluten-free oatmeal raisin cookies.

  • Start with the oatmeal.

  • Mix that into a bowl.

  • Add the almond flour.

  • Finely shredded coconut, some coconut sugar.

  • Baking powder with sea salt, raisins.

  • You can add any kind of dried fruit.

  • You could even do like, little chocolate chips.

  • Stir this together, and then in a separate bowl,

  • you just whisk the egg white until you have soft peaks.

  • So now it's whisked to soft peaks.

  • We add the almond butter, coconut oil.

  • Mix this together.

  • The almond butter gets a little sticky.

  • Then mix in all the rest of the ingredients here.

  • Mix it all together.

  • Smells delicious.

  • And once that's done, place them on the tray.

  • So then, we just pop these in the oven at 350

  • for between eight and 10 minutes,

  • so you just have to keep an eye on them.

  • The way that I try to maintain my health

  • throughout the holidays,

  • the rest of the year, I'm like 80% healthy, 20% indulgent,

  • and so over the holiday season, I'm a little more flexible,

  • so I like, go like more 70/30.

  • I make sure that I maintain my exercise regime

  • so that I'm feeling energized.

  • That's the way I balance it out over the holiday season.

  • Now it's time to get the cookies out of the oven.

  • Ooh, they smell good.

  • Yummy.

  • Yum.

  • Mm.

  • My daily tea routine is always different.

  • I love to have different types of teas.

  • I love earl grey, rooibos, chamomile, green tea,

  • but the one thing that's always consistent

  • is that I love to have my tea

  • out of my beautiful Royal Albert mugs.

  • I grew up with my grandmother

  • drinking out of Royal Albert tea cups

  • and that was such a special time in my life,

  • just having those moments with my grandmother.

  • Her tea cups were her most prized possessions,

  • so when Royal Albert asked me to design for them,

  • I was so overjoyed because I knew that it was something

  • that meant so much to me and also to my grandmother.

  • My process of making tea is quite simple.

  • A tea bag or two in the pot.

  • Add the hot water, let it sit for two minutes.

  • If it's a herbal tea, I'll just have it alone,

  • maybe with a little honey.

  • If it's a rooibos or an earl grey,

  • I love to have my tea with goat's milk

  • and a teaspoon of honey.

  • I really like to use Manuka honey.

  • It's antibacterial and has so many healing benefits.

  • I love to drink goat's milk with my tea

  • as opposed to regular milk.

  • It's lower in cholesterol.

  • It has high amounts of vitamin A.

  • It's a great source of calcium,

  • and I really enjoy the flavor.

  • Another one of my favorite holiday treats to make

  • is hot apple cider.

  • This is one of my favorite apple cider recipes,

  • which contains lots of yummy healthy spices,

  • so first we juice the apples.

  • So now we have enough juice from the apples.

  • Pour the juice into the pot.

  • Turn it on low.

  • Then we add cinnamon sticks, cloves, cardamom pods,

  • star anise, ginger, and lemon zest.

  • Pop the lid on and just wait about 20 minutes.

  • Since we have about five minutes to go,

  • I add the orange and then let that simmer for five minutes.

  • So now, it smells delicious.

  • Ooh.

  • Ladle in some little individual cups here

  • and just make sure that I don't get any of the sediment.

  • You can strain it as well,

  • but if you're careful, ladling is fine.

  • I can like, almost hear my grandmother on the piano

  • just like, singing and playing.

  • Mm, delicious.

- I love yoga.

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ミランダ・カーの休日のためのウェルネス・ルーチン (Miranda Kerr's Wellness Routine For The Holidays)

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    totoro に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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