Dr. Trevor Cates' Recipe Blog

What you eat can have a big effect on your skin. Many nutrients and foods can and do nourish the skin from the inside out. I’m excited to share with you some of my favorite skin-nourishing and cleansing recipes.

Sweet Quinoa Recipe

Sweet Quinoa

Enjoy this sweet and healthy treat as a snack or for breakfast. In summer I sometimes skip the apple and toss in fresh berries after cooking.

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Coco Mocktail Fizz Recipe

Coco Mocktail Fizz

  Missing those cocktails but want to stay on track? Here's a light yummy alternative you can enjoy mojito-style with mint. You can even add fresh berries or lime slices for a festive look. Don't be afraid to take this to parties, but bring extra because your friends will want some too!

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Chamomile Oat Cleanser Recipe
Skin Care

Chamomile Oat Cleanser

Great for Heath and Emmett skin types (see theskinquiz.com) because of its anti-inflammatory and skin-soothing benefits, even for sensitive skin.

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Baked Golden Chicken Recipe

Baked Golden Chicken Recipe

Every time I visit home, my family makes the most amazing chicken dinners, and I've worked hard to come up with a recipe to match theirs! This version of my family's favorite is savory and sweet. And, I've added magical turmeric to make it golden. We enjoy it with steamed veggies and red rice (antioxidant-rich

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Coconut Red Lentil Soup Recipe

Coconut-Red Lentil Soup

  This is a favorite among my vegan friends, and even meat-eaters will love the flavorful creamy soup. Enjoy leftover chutney with other meals.

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Honey and Tea Tree oil cleanser
Skin Care

Organic Honey and Tea Tree Cleanser

  The antimicrobial and sebum-balancing effects of the honey and tea tree essential oil in this cleanser are great for Olivia Skin Personality Types. (Discover your skin personality type at theskinquiz.com.)

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Chia seed pudding recipe

Chia Pudding

  This bowl is raw, simple, and delicious. When chia seeds sit in liquid for 10 minutes, they absorb the fluid and transform into a tapioca-like consistency. If you don't care for tapioca's texture, blend the chia seeds with the other ingredients for a smoother consistency.

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