Amazing Skin starts and finishes with the FOOD you eat, if you are feeding the skin the correct fuel it needs to do its job, the rewards will happen. Everything else in between is going to Help as well (treatments, cream, lotions and potions)
These FOODS are all fantastic for fighting the FREE RADICALS (BAD) !!
Tomatoes – Have to be one of the BEST foods for your complexion, said to have the highest carotenoid content and remember its a fruit. Caroteniods may help slow down cellular damage from free radicals. Why not try some sliced tomatoes with Mozzarella and a BIG helping of OIL drizzled over. (Use extra virgin olive Oil, Coconut Oil melted or a Nut oil like, walnut oil). Enjoy….
Walnuts. Looking to add Omega-3 fatty acids to your diet but not a fan of fish? Walnuts are the ones a rich source of Omega-3s, which help put shine in your hair and aid in making skin smoother and younger looking.
Pomegranate. Anti-ageing one of the most important actions for tackling ageing of skin is through better skin nutrition. As pomegranates are rich in antioxidants, they not only nourish the skin, but also prevent damage caused due to free radicals. The Vit C present in pomegranate plays a key role in formation of collagen (skin is made up of collagen and elastic fibres), then helping various proteins responsible for making healthy and stronger skin. One pomegranate possesses 48 percent of the daily recommended dose of Vitamin C.
Pumpkin seeds. “Excessive exposure to the bad UV rays of the sun together with other lifestyle factors may cause oxidative damage”. This can lead to premature skin aging, which will increase the appearance of pigmentation and wrinkles. The antioxidants, vitamins A and E, contained in pumpkin seeds aid combating free radical formation and thereby, decrease the incidence of premature aging. General speaking, raw pumpkin seeds as well as its powder contain stress releasing together with sleep inducing properties. That’s because pumpkin seeds are high in magnesium plus amino acid tryptophan as well. Zinc present in pumpkin seeds also aids our brain in order to convert tryptophan into serotonin. (Nutritionist Dana James – Elle magazine)
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