Eat Your Way to Healthy Skin

Eat your way to healthy, glowing skin

opzioni binarie piattaforme legali Want to have healthy glowing skin for the festive season? We just have to look to nature for the answer. We are what we eat so our skin will show what’s going inside our body. Try these Age Younger tips that include natural ways of getting a youthful, glow that lasts.

follow site POMEGRANATE for more collagen and healing

conocer parejas sin hijos This anti-oxidant rich fruit may help skin create more collagen and speed the healing process of the skin. They are also a great source of vitamin C, which helps guard against the wrinkling effects of sun damage.

follow url Age Younger Tip: add pomegranate seeds to your favourite salads

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grafici forex multipli in tempo reale Did you know that Kiwi fruit has more vitamin C per gram than citrus? Vitamin C as it maintains the collagen of the skin, keeping it firm and smooth.

Age Younger tip: Add some kiwi to your morning green juice; have 2 kiwis for an afternoon snack; make a kiwi salsa and serve with lean white protein e.g., chicken or pork

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This green little gem is high in biotin, which gives you luscious hair, and helps prevent dry skin and brittle nails. The healthy mono-unsaturated also keeps the skin from drying out and help to maintain its youthful appearance.

Age Younger Tip: Add some slices to your morning eggs; add some slices to a salad; add lemon and chilli to smashed avocado and serve as a side with barbecued protein; add a few slices to a green smoothie. GREEN TEA for protection

Green tea is packed with poly-phenols, a wonderful tonic for healthy skin. Green tea is said to exert sun damage protection by reducing free radicals and inflammation.

Age Younger Tip: infuse green tea in hot water with lemon overnight. Next morning, strain and put in a water bottle to drink throughout the day; swap one of your black teas or coffees for green teač‰Şĺ © TOMATOES to reduce wrinkles

Tomatoes are packed with the antioxidant, lycopene, which has been shown to help defend the skin from UV rays and prevent sunburn. Tomatoes are also high in the antioxidant, carotenoids, which may help slow down cellular damage from free radicals and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Age Younger Tip: lycopene is more easily absorbed when tomatoes are cooked and when fat is added. Try oven-roasted tomatoes drizzled with virgin olive oil.

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I am sure just about everyone knows that oily fish is on the ‘must list’. Salmon has one of the highest concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega 3 fats nourish the skin by reducing the body’s production of inflammatory substances, decreasing clogged pores and minimizing fine lines and wrinkles.

Age Younger Tip: add a squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of sea salt and pepper on fresh salmon and bake in oven. Serve with those lovely roast tomatoes and slices of avocado. Your skin will thank you!


Eggs are an all rounder when it comes to supplying a variety of vitamins and minerals.

Providing a complete source of protein, eggs repair cells that have suffered free radical damage. They also contain biotin, an essential vitamin that protects against dry skin.

Age Younger Tip: If you have eggs in the fridge, then you have a meal! Eggs are a fantastic way to start the day and will keep you satisfied all morning. Serve poached eggs with some antioxidant rich veggies such as baby spinach, asparagus and tomatoes.

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