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Eat Yourself Beautiful!

By Dollface on 7th, February 2016 with no Comments in Beauty ,Diets ,The Contributors

Thé solution for getting stunning looking skin are of course our amazing products. But for even more optimal results you should add the following foods to your daily meals to preserve elastin, produce collagen, for a radiant complexion & even skin tone.

Improve skin’s texture
Eat Flavonols. Foods that have this antioxidant could play a part in helping to reduce roughness in the skin:
-blueberries, eggplants, tomatoes, and beans.

Preserving elastin
Battle aging with Selenium. This vitamin may help with your anti-aging efforts. It could help preserve elastin, which is the protein that keeps your skin tight:
-tuna, turkey, low-fat cottage cheese, Brazil nuts, and oysters

Collagen production
Boost collagen production with Vitamin C:
-dark leafy greens, broccoli, strawberries, peppers, and oranges.

Improve the appearance of sun damage
For protection, eat Lycopene: The sun can really accelerate aging. Eating foods with this nutrient in it could possibly help eliminate skin-aging free radicals caused by the sun’s rays.
-cooked tomatoes, watermelon, pink & red grapefruit and red cabbage.

Eat vitamin E: it protects the skin cells from UV light and other environmental factors.”
-olive oil (ideal for anyone following a Mediterranean diet), kiwi, papaya, and kale.

To reverse any sun damage, eat Catechins.
– cherries, blackberries, raspberries, plums, apples, pears, and even dark chocolate.

Battle wrinkles with omega-3 fatty acidsBelieved to attract water to your skin, these anti-inflammatory fats could even reduce wrinkles.
-foods like fish, tofu, and flaxseed.

Help with acne by adding Zinc. Another anti-inflammatory with an added plus, this substance plays a part in your sebum production. A shortage in sebum, could contribute to acne.
-oysters, chickpeas, cashews, yogurt, and milk.

Soothe skin with Niacin. The anti-inflammatory niacin, also known as vitamin b3, could soothe irritated or blotchy skin.
– barley, bulgur, tuna, salmon, chicken, and whole grains.

Calm blemishes with Riboflavin. This is another B vitamin which reduces the skin blemishes that pop up due to rosacea.
– mackerel, trout, almonds, sesame seeds, and roasted edamame.

Repair skin cells.
Maintain and repair cells with Vitamin A: This ingredient is essential for helping to repair and maintain our skin cells.
– cantaloupe, sweet potato, mango, and carrots.

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