SUPERFOODS FOR GLOWING HEALTHY SKIN
Blueberries give your skin a natural supply of antioxidants that help fight and neutralize free radicals responsible for causing aging, dry skin, and wrinkles. This skin food also has anti-inflammatory fatty acids that reduce skin inflammation along with boosting your immune system. It is also a staple in a clear skin diet; these tiny juicy berries are rich in Vitamin A that helps fight acne and aging.
Carrots carry high amounts of vitamin A, C, antioxidants, and plenty of beta-carotenes. Where antioxidants protect your skin from free radicals impeding early aging, beta-carotene protects it from UV rays and boosts skin repair. This skin food is simply your good skin partner.
Desire youthful, fresh, and smooth skin? Try the natural formula of anti-aging supercados!
It is one of the best foods for skin. Avocados contain monounsaturated fatty acids that give you healthy, flawless skin by repairing your damaged skin cells, reducing acne and irritation. This creamy fruit helps keep your skin hydrated, and the antioxidants carotenoids found in avocados strongly fight free radicals, improving skin moisture and elasticity.
If you are a seafood lover and crave the salty creatures of the sea, then you are in luck!
Oily fish, especially salmon and tuna, are loaded with anti-inflammatory omega 3 and dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE), essential for good skin. Together these elements strengthen the cell membrane, prevents aging, reduces skin inflammation, dryness, acne, and skin sensitivity leaving your skin hydrated and smooth to the touch.
Almonds are famous for boosting the brain's learning capacity, but do you know that they also soften and brighten your skin?
Yes, you heard it right! Almonds are packed with vitamin E, which helps repair cell damage and works as natural protection against the sun. By rebuilding the dead skin cells, almonds nourish your skin, making it more supple, moisturized, radiant.
Which will you try at your next meal?
peace, love & empowerment.
*Be sure to follow us on Instagram: @ldbotanicals