• Fish

    2014-12-20 15:38:07

    Even if you buy the best skincare products, you still need to make sure to help your skin on the inside. Eating fish at least twice per week will provide your body with omega-3 fatty acid. If you don’t like eating fish, you may want to consider getting fish supplements instead.

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  • Remove the circles

    2014-12-20 15:37:23

    If you are one of those who often wake up with dark circles under their eyes, you may want to know that is often an indication of skin inflammation, which is often caused by stress or excessive intake of sugar and processed foods. If that is your case, it is essential your diet contains predominantly fruit and vegetables for several days, so that the inflammation can get away.

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  • Watermelon

    2014-12-20 15:36:42

    It is rich in vitamin C and beta-carotene, which our bodies use to produce vitamin A, and in case you eat the seeds, you consume a considerable amount of vitamin E, selenium and zinc. Therefore, the best you can do is to blend the watermelon so that you can receive all the benefits.

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  • Do you get enough zinc?

    2014-12-20 15:35:58

    Maybe you are not sure, but if you regularly eat seeds and seafood, your intake is most likely high enough. Zinc is very important for the production of two of the most powerful antioxidant enzymes. Selenium and manganese are also needed, but they are normally present in the same foods as zinc.

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  • Decrease your dairy intake

    2014-12-20 15:33:58

    This is particularly advisable for skin prone to blackheads, oiliness and breakouts. The advice is backed by science as the dairy products often contain high hormone levels, which cause the breakouts.

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  • Eat them all!

    2014-12-09 22:33:15

    Walnut and hazelnut are particularly valuable because they supply your skin with vitamin E, which makes your skin glow and thus it looks healthier than ever! Add nuts to your breakfast cereals, yoghurt or salads and get noticed with your glowing skin.

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  • For the dry skin owners

    2014-12-09 21:00:43

    Make sure you eat enough natural oils so that you can increase your sebum production and thus reduce dryness. Foods rich in such oils are fish, eggs, avocado, olive oil and flaxseed oil. Butter can also be used sparingly.

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  • Organic

    2014-12-09 20:58:43

    Organic is not a fad. It has come here to stay because it is a great way to ensure the food you take in does not contain harmful toxins. Organic food production is strictly regulated in most countries around the world and it is a proof the food hasn’t been exposed to pesticides, antibiotics and fertilizers. Of course you still need to wash the fruit and the veggies before consumption so that you remove any dirt and chemicals from their surface.

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  • Sodium VS potassium and magnesium

    2014-12-09 20:50:55

    You most likely don’t know that our modern diet includes too much sodium and too little potassium and magnesium. You can solve this problem by buying low sodium salt and eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables containing the two minerals. Among the richest sources of potassium and magnesium per 100gr are carrots, beans, bananas, squash, oranges, spinach, avocados and many others. Hint: one of the best sources of magnesium is dark #chocolate

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  • Sugar- and white flour-free life

    2014-12-09 20:47:13

    If you want to avoid various skin problems, such as premature ageing and wrinkles, exclude sugar and white flour from your diet. Your body and skin will be forever grateful and will flourish without the consumption of processed foods.

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