Beauty regime extends beyond skincare products. We are what we eat. Hence picking the right types of food should also be part of one’s beauty regime.
- Munch on Bright Colored Peppers
- Pick the healthier oil: Olive Oil
- Give up the chips and enjoy the berries!
- Go for dark when it comes to chocolates
- Avoid commercialized tomato paste and look for organic ones!
- Swap your constant corns and breads with muesli!
- The redder the meat the better!
- Salmon your way our of skin diseases
- Drink Green Tea! Make sure it’s Matcha.
- Chug on Pure Mineral Water
Munch on Bright Colored Peppers
Bright colored peppers have high concentration of Vitamin C. A good intake of Vitamin C helps repair and grow healthy tissues in your body.
Pick the healthier oil: Olive Oil
Olive oil is a powerful anti-oxidant, has the best natural source of Vitamin E. Vitamin E promotes healthy growth of hair, skin and nails.
Give up the chips and enjoy the berries!
Dark berries have concentrated antioxidants like anthocyanin, quercetin and vitamin c. They are fibrous, which helps promote good health condition. Furthermore, they are relatively low in sugar!
Go for dark when it comes to chocolates
Dark chocolate contains antioxidant and contains magnesium iron and manganese, which helps your body in cellular regeneration and stress reduction!
Avoid commercialized tomato paste and look for organic ones!
Tomatoes are famous for having antioxidant carotenoid that is supposed to be effective in whitening, anti-aging and protection against skin damage.
Swap your constant corns and breads with muesli!
Muesli can be pretty boring to some, but you can spice it up by combining it with dried fruits, cut bananas, almonds, berries and even milk! Muesli helps boost intake of essential fats, B vitamins and potent antioxidant. By eating muesli, you can easily see and experience less dry, itchy skin.
The redder the meat the better!
The redder the meat, the more iron it contains. The redder the meat, the better!
Salmon your way our of skin diseases
Salmon is a great source for omega-3 fatty acids. It helps combat chronic skin diseases like psoriasis, eczema, pilaris and acne!
Drink Green Tea! Make sure it’s Matcha.
Green Tea Matcha has powerful antioxidants that help protect your skin from sun damage, and fights signs of ageing.
Chug on Pure Mineral Water
Water is good for you. Skip on the distilled, and go or mineral water. Try to look for the ones in glass bottles because these are more likely to contain all the trace nutrients and minerals that natural water is supposed to have.