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INTERVAL COLOUR REFRESHMENT
A RICH CREAM FOAM THAT TONES WHILE IT
CONDITIONS. CONTAINS WHEAT AMINO ACID AND
ORGANIC PLANT EXTRACTS TO PROVIDE THE HAIR
WITH INCREASED BODY AND A LUSTROUS SHINE.
SMOOTH ENDS 150 mL
SEALS AND STRENGTHENS THE CUTICLE WHILE
PROVIDES THERMAL & UV PROTECTION TO
MAINTANING A CLEAN CRISP BLONDE FINISH.
STRAIGHT OR CURLY HAIR. ENRICHED WITH
ARGAN OIL TO HELP PREVENT HAIR BREAKAGE,
COLOUR FADE AND SPLIT ENDS WHILE ADDING
MOISTURE AND A FABULOUS SHINE.
ALSO AVAILABLE SILVER SCREEN ICE BLONDE
SHAMPOO, CONDITIONER & DETANGLER
hile some salons
are still floating in
quiet time, it’s only
a matter of weeks
before things get busy, yet again, for
another year. Then there’s Fashion
Week, Hair Expo, courses and seminars,
shows and events (cue INSTYLE’s mini
education magazine attached) – the
haird ressing industry is around the clock
and we need all the energy we can get.
We reached out to Channel Ten’s Good
Chef (Bad Chef) Zoe Bingley-Pullin for
her top tips on maintaining energy. The
foods and supplements for an on-the-go
boost to get you through that 5am call
time and 8pm head of highlights.
If you lead a busy lifestyle, place
emphasis on eating protein at each meal
and snack. Protein helps keep blood
sugar levels stable, promotes satiety and
fires the metabolism, critical for optimal
energy. Easy protein options when time
is limited include boiled eggs, (can of)
wild salmon, protein powder, nuts/seeds
and natural yoghurt.
Carbohydrates are a necessary fuel for
the body and mind. However, it’s the
right kind of carbs that count! Focus on
complex carbs made up of many sugar
units, which are digested slowly allowing
for a consistent release of energy. Carbs
don’t only assist our physical energy but
also mental clarity, the brain is a hungry
organ and relies on carbs as fuel. Try rye
sourdough, brown rice, quinoa, roasted
sweet potato and legumes.
Vitamin C is used by our adrenal glands
which respond to stress and is important
for a strong immunity. Foods rich in
vitamin C include strawberries, capsicum,
parsley, cauliflower, citrus and tomato.
Add one teaspoon of Vitamin C powder to
smoothies or juices. Or try Camu Camu, a
potent berry from the Amazonia boasting
50 times more Vitamin C than an orange!
MAGNESIUM AND VITAMIN B3
Restorative sleep is undoubtedly a
necessity for those working in a high-
energy environment. Magnesium may
help to improve sleep quality and healthy
sources include whole grains, green
leafy vegetables, nuts and legumes.
Vitamin B3 is also known for its positive
effect on sleep - try tuna, turkey, pork,
mushrooms and avocado.
Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte,
popular in the fitness field for repair
and recovery. However, fitness aside,
potassium plays an important role in
nervous system function and cell health
generally. Too much sodium in the diet can
displace potassium, so keeping an eye on
sodium (salt) intake is important. Sources
of potassium include oranges, scallops,
tomatoes, peas, apricots and banana.
Maca is a root plant native to Peru,
traditionally used for improving energy
levels, stamina and to help promote overall
balance in the body including helping the
body deal with stress. Pop Maca into a
smoothie for a morning wake up or try it in
THE MIDAS CUP
Muscling to the top of 2016s super-foods,
turmeric is famed for its anti-inflammatory
and immune boosting properties, and
who has the time to be sick, right? Enter
Midas cUp – raw, vegan, organic and
free from sugar, caffeine, gluten or dairy,
add a spoonful for a golden latte, tea
or smoothie boost and feel the benefits.
Enjoy a hit of black pepper added to
increase turmeric’s active compound by
20-fold, and a sprinkle of cinnamon for its
antibacterial properties. Did we mention
it’s delicious? Make a daily dose of Midas
your new year’s resolution.
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