What you eat affects your looks - there’s no question about it. Foods affect your appearance in the very same way they nourish your body. Why sabotage your health AND your looks at the same time with unwise food choices? You’ve got to eat, so why not eat to look and feel better?
When I see a woman who looks absolutely radiant, I know that she is doing more than spending lots of money on cosmetics. What we put inside of our bodies is even more important than what we put on the outside.
Good Old Water Keep hydrated by drinking lots of water. Hydration can definitely improve the skin and it also regulates body temperature, removes waste, protects our organs, helps convert food to energy and cushions our joints. Too little water causes the skin to become dry and flaky. Water can also help you diet. It cleanses the system while filling you up AND the body Burns up to 25 calories just by turning up its metabolism in order to warm a glass of water.
Apple Cider Vinegar Besides having amazing healing properties, apple cider vinegar keeps skin supple. Its heavy Concentration of enzymes helps peel off dead skin cells, breaks down fat and helps food digest properly.
Carrots Maintain the outer layer of the skin to prevent premature aging. What you’ll find in carrots is the same as you’ll get in Retin A. If you’re into Herbs…there’s NO better skin treatment than Carrot powder - used as a “wash”, a mask or made into a lotion.
Cheese To ensure a happy smile, add a slice or two of hard cheese to your diet. Choose Swiss, cheddar or gouda to block bacteria in the mouth and prevent cavities.
Citrus Fruits Hold the skin cells together by forming collagen. Collagen cannot be added to the skin topically, which is why fruits and fruit juices are such an important part of the daily diet. Using a half of a Lemon smoothed over your face will also help minimize and prevent skin discoloration.
Nonfat Yogurt High in calcium, which keeps your smile white and your teeth cavity-free.
Tomatoes These “love apples” will keep you loving your skin. Tomatoes are rich in vitamin A, Vitamin C and potassium.
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