Sweet & Sour Mango Salad for a Radiant, Healthy Complexion

An unexpected combination of ingredients loaded with delicious flavor & skin healing nutrients.
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High temps can do a real number on your skin.  Add in sunshine, pool time, beach vacations, long days and air conditioning and your skin is now a real hot mess.  Dried out, irritated and broken out.  Fortunately, hot weather also presents the perfect opportunities to soothe your skin and turn all that ickness into happy, radiant skin with a bounty of produce. The key is to get plenty of fluids, rest and eat foods rich in natural protein, healthy oils, vitamins A, E and C.  With the majority of produce coming into peak season, this is easier than ever to do. This Skin Nourishing Sweet and Sour Mango Salad recipe has absolutely everything you need to get your skin looking radiant in no time, plus it’s absolutely delicious!  As an added bonus there’s no heat required to make this recipe. Makes 4 to 6 servings dependent on size of produce items.   Ingredients: 2                                              Mangos, Peeled & Chopped ½                                            Capsicum (Bell Pepper), Chopped ½             Cup                       Red (Purple) Cabbage, Chopped ¼                                           Purple Onion, Chopped 4                                             Green Onions, Chopped ½            Cup                       Cilantro, Chopped 1              Cup                        Kale, Finely Chopped 1              Cup                        Tomatoes, Finely Chopped 1              15 oz. Can            Kidney Beans, Rinsed 1                                             Lime   Directions: Wash and chop all produce. Rinse beans until all the bubbles (gas causing agents) are gone. Combine all ingredients in large bowl and mix well. Squeeze lime juice all over salad. Serve cold.   Serving Ideas: Makes a great topping for grilled chicken or fish.   This recipe was originally featured on NutritionSheila.com

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