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Posted on Friday, November 13, 2015 at 4:20 pm
Category: For Your Entertainment, Permanent Makeup

Our NaturaLook staffer (who has alopecia areata and is always looking for ways to thicken her hair) has come up with a healthy recipe for jello using only fruit juice, stevia and grass fed gelatin!  After tweaking other recipes she found online and through trial and error, this recipe has become her go-to, and it’s much healthier than the boxes of JELL-O you buy at the grocery store.

As a result of eating jello, she’s noticed the ridges she once had on her nails have smoothed over and her nails are naturally shiny!  Plus her hair is growing much, much faster.  Her stylist, Whitney at Headlines Salon, says it’s growing about an inch each month judging by her hair extensions.  That’s a lot considering the average person’s hair grows .5 inches per month! The gelatin has really helped to fill in the spots quickly when the hair starts to grow in again.  So, whether you want pretty hair and nails or just a healthy snack, check out this easy recipe!

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3 cups fruit juice

3 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon grass fed gelatin

1 tablespoon of stevia

Put 1 cup of juice in a glass bowl and sprinkle gelatin over top so it can “bloom.”  Boil remaining juice and once it starts to boil, add to bowl of juice and gelatin.  Stir well until gelatin is dissolved.  Add stevia and continue stirring until dissolved.  Pour mixture into 9” glass pan.  Refrigerate for at least 3 hours or until jello solid to touch.  To unmold, submerge the bottom of the glass pan in hot water for 10 seconds.


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