10 Beauty Boosting Foods

September 1, 2018
beauty, superfoods, skincare, natural skincare

Beauty really does comes from within! You really are what you eat! To help boost your inner glow try adding these healthy beauty boosting superfoods to your menu.

All of these superfoods are loaded with essential nutrients which can enhance your energy, fight disease, improve your memory and also help with your moods.

Here are 10 superfoods that you can add to your diet today!

 #1 Carrots

Carrots are rich in Vitamin A – which is important for smooth dazzling hair and supple skin.

#2 Almonds

They are packed with Vitamin E to help protect your skin from those nasty UV rays.

#3 Cacao

Mix cacao into your morning smoothie or cereal for a hit of iron, antioxidants and magnesium. Such nutrients help boost the circulation in your skin and keep it from looking dull and saggy.

#4 Kale

These leafy greens are loaded with lutein – essential for healthy, sparkling eyes. There’s also heaps of Vitamin C for glowing skin.

#5 Salmon

Salmon is overflowing with Omega-3’s. It boosts the glow, suppleness, thickness and radiance of your skin.

#6 Mango and Paw Paw

Take the burden off your concealer by adding these zit-fighting fruits to your brekky. Their secret weapon?? Vitamin C and E, flavonoids and betacarotene.

#7 Blueberries

Stave off your skin’s natural enemy – those dreadful free radicals – with these antioxidant-rich little blue balls.

#8 Coconut oil

Try mixing this miracle substance with Geranium Essential Oil for a fabulous facial moisturiser or use it for cooking to keep skin soft and maintain that youthful glow.

# 9 Flaxseeds

With plenty of fibre and Omega-3, these tiny gems can be sprinkled on salads and muesli to prevent dry skin!

#10 Eggs

Rich in iron, hard boiled eggs will brighten your skin and help you look more awake. Scramble them after a night on the town!

Bonus #11 Water

Water is your first line of defence against wrinkles! While its vital to stay hydrated…don’t drink too much water during main meals – and for an hour after – as water can dilute the hydrochloric acid in your stomach, which is important for digestion and killing bacteria.

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