There's no denying that Abbey Clancy is one of the most gorgeous women out there – she always looks glowing and healthy, and now she's shared the secret behind her radiant appearance.
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Peter Crouch's wife took to Instagram to enlighten fans as to how she starts her day, with four photos of her healthy morning routine, which includes an avocado bagel, fruit-covered pancakes, a green juice and a turmeric latte, all courtesy of cold-pressed juice experts The Juice Smith.
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Abbey isn't the only celebrity fan of The Juice Smith. Loose Women star Ruth Langsford regularly shares photos of her food prep which always includes The Juice Smith's green juice.
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But what makes Abbey's morning drink choices just so good for her? The green juice includes pineapple, pear, coriander, spinach, kale, lime. This concoction of high-performing ingredients has high levels of magnesium, to help with healthy sleep patterns, whilst vitamins A and C work to support a healthy immune system and new cell growth. Vitamin K in the mix helps with overall health.
As for the turmeric latte? Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory ingredient, so is good for those with chronic conditions involving pain.
Abbey Clancy starts her days with a green juice and turmeric latte
The anti-inflammatory effect is also helpful for people who suffer from breakouts because it can help to soothe acne, while the antioxidant powers help contribute to that healthy Clancy glow.
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Psoriasis sufferers may also find the uncomfortable condition eased by turmeric. If you don't fancy adding turmeric to your morning latte, you can also take it in supplement form.
Together Health Curcumin and Turmeric Complex Supplements, £11.07 for 30 supplements, Amazon
Abbey has spoken in the past about seeking treatment for her mental health after her health anxiety got so bad that she believed her children were seriously ill. Turmeric could also help with this, as it is believed to ease anxiety and depression thanks to curcumin, the bioactive compound found in turmeric which is thought to support serotonin and dopamine levels.
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