What Can You Do To Keep Your Skin Beautiful During Winter? EAT!

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Healthy and glowing skin is what everyone dreams of. Several magical foods help you maintain your skin glowing and very healthy and give relief from lifeless and dull skin. Smart and young look can be obtained by consuming some foods, which gives radiance to the skin. Once we are healthy from inside the skin automatically glows. If your skin is glowing, it defines that you are having good health and rich in nutrients. The secret lies in what you eat daily. Fast foods, junk foods, caffeine are highly processed that your skin looses the radiance and make you look unhealthy. Vitamins make your skin look beautiful, healthy and radiant which are mainly present in the foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains etc.

We cannot expect our skin to glow and maintain good health if we are not taking necessary care for it. Many factors such as stress in work balance, harsh sunlight, taking improper diet in improper time keeps us away from healthy and glowing skin. We to form essential nutrients that take care of the skin to make it look healthy should spend enough time.

Our diet is to be modified in order to make the skin look healthy. The processes like cleansing, moisturizing, toning should be carried out frequently which results in making the skin look natural and beautiful.

A naturopathic doctor named Ian Koo from Mississauga gives us a view that why we wonder that how nutrients that affect inner health like weight and healthy body helps in improving the skin quality. Explaining this he states an example that, “A good durable product can be obtained only if we start with a better quality of raw material” which defines that good health and proper diet is only the main cause that makes your skin look healthy and glowing.

These are some of the beauty foods containing skin-friendly components, which we can choose to take for the better results in making our skin look beautiful and glowing:

Tomatoes

Tomatoes contain as phytochemical called Lycopene, which gives red color to it. Eating tomatoes or any tomato-based foods will help you in combating with stubborn spots or acne. It is good to include tomato-based foods like sauce, tomato juice etc. to your daily diet distributed over 3 to 5 times every week. It also helps you in protecting your skin from UV rays.

Red-colored fruits such as oranges contain lycopene and other carotenoids will help you in improving antioxidant level in the skin, which helps in combating free radicals that are produced due to extreme sun exposure.

Green Tea
Green tea for glowing skin
Green tea has the ability to reduce the levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is an acne-producing hormone. It is recommended to take 3 – 5 cups of this beverage daily to reap full skin care benefits of it.Green tea contains vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin K, which helps in growing hair naturally. Essential minerals such as copper, zinc, calcium, magnesium and iron are also present in this brew. It helps you improve your skin complexion in one week.

Green tea is packed with lots of antioxidants that help you in making your skin look a lot healthier and younger too.

Berries
blueberries and cherries
Cherries, blueberries and other deeply colored berries are best sources for antioxidants. They help you in fighting off blemishes. Generally acne causes local oxidative stress, which results in the depletion of antioxidants. So if you are suffering with severe acne, then you’ll have very low levels of blood antioxidants.

Brown Rice
Brown Rice for glowing skin
Ceramides are generally present in the ingredients list of your skin care products. Generally these lipid molecules are present in brown rice. These help you maintain your skin’s moisture levels. When you consume these ceramides, which occur naturally in foods they get integrated into your skin’s outer layer, helping it to maintain its hydration. Thus brown rice i.e., ceramides will help you improve hydration significantly.

Fish and Seafood
Fish and seafood for glowing skin
Fish and other seafood are good for skin, as they prevent the skin from showing signs of aging. Omega-3 fatty acids that are found in these foods will help you reduce skin wrinkling process. Omega-3s stops the production of inflammatory chemicals which act like acid rain on your skin’s collagen.

Omega-3 fatty acids also help you in combating with acne by regulating the mood and controlling the stress component that result in acne. It is recommended to consume 4 – 5 servings of oily fish every week to get the acne condition in control. You can take fish oil supplements instead of fish every week.

Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
Green leafy vegetables will help you in enhancing the radiance of your skin. These veggies are packed with essential vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients. Some of the green leafy vegetables include Swiss chard, arugula and spinach. These provide the simplest way to remove dullness of your skin and give you a natural glowing skin.

Kiwi
Kiwis are best foods that bestow you with healthy and smooth skin. They are rich sources of Vitamin C that helps you prevent wrinkles and boosts collagen synthesis. Vitamin C is mostly found in foods such as oranges, guavas, grapefruit, bell peppers, strawberries etc. help in protecting the skin from the exposure of sun and promotes cell turnover, thus maintaining the youthfulness and beauty of your skin.

Wild Salmon & Nuts
Omega-3 fatty acids rich in foods like fishes such as wild salmon, trout and herring and nuts such as almonds and walnuts. These omega-3s provide you a healthy skin with sufficient dose of good fats or natural oils, which in turn help you, get rid of acne, inflammation, redness and scaly skin. These foods are considered to be the perfect sources for glowing skin.

Carrots
Carrots are one of the skin-friendly foods that flush out toxins present inside your skin. They contain high levels of Vitamin A, beta-carotene, and antioxidants. It helps you maintain a healthy skin and protects it from sun-induced damage. It also helps you ward off from various signs of aging and wrinkles. Carrots help you in delaying the process of aging.

Water
Drinking plenty of water will help your stay hydrated throughout the day. It flushes out the harmful toxins present in our body and make the skin glow. Water also helps you in keeping signs of aging such as wrinkles at bay, giving you naturally glowing skin. So always try to keep a water bottle handy and drink whenever you feel thirsty.

Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin Seeds are great skin-beautifying agents. They get their power of skin beautification from zinc, the beauty mineral and essential fatty acids (omega 3, omega 6, and omega 9). Similar to hemp seeds, these pumpkin seeds also help you in reducing the inflammation in your body. You can eat them by sprinkling them on to your favorite salads, smoothies, or you can eat a handful of seeds directly.

Arugula
Arugula is one kinds of dark green leafy vegetable. It is a rich source Vitamin A and sulfur, these two are the keys components to get gorgeous skin. It acts as a potent detoxifier, because of the chlorophyll presence.

You can top you favorite salad with fresh raw arugula along with other foods to get a glowing skin.

Radishes
Radishes are one of the skin beautifying foods. They contain a lot of minerals and compounds that are more beneficial to your skin. Radishes are packed with Vitamin C, sulfur and silicon, which helps you get glowing skin by working together. They also boost collagen, help in skin strengthening, and stimulate the blood circulatory system. You can have them by adding slices to your salads or eating them directly as snack.

Avocados
Avocados are creamy fruits that contain many vitamins. You can pair up an avocado with any carotenoid-rich food, like carrots, bell peppers, or tomatoes. They help you in absorbing the antioxidants – beta carotene and lycopene, five times more.

Hemp Seeds
Hemp seeds are made up of a huge quantity of protein, along with the sulfur-bearing amino acids like cysteine, cystine, and methionine. These are used to make your muscle, hair, skin and nails stronger.

They contain strong antioxidants and posses an ideal ratio (1:3) of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids and include omega 9 also. Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of hemp seeds, you get rid of many skin woes, such as acne, blemishes and wrinkles. Sprinkling hemp seeds with salads or blending them in a smoothie will help you get rid of many skin issues.

Almonds
Almonds are foods that are rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids. Vitamin E protects the skin from harmful Ultra Violet (UV) rays, anti aging, wrinkles and also helps you build collagen. Fatty acids such as omega 6 and omega 9 help you in maintaining the elasticity of skin. You can take about five to six almonds as the first thing every morning before having breakfast. This not only makes your skin glow but also maintains healthy hairs.

Strawberries
Strawberries are one of the skin beautifying agents that is rich in fiber content and low in sugar content. Strawberries contain more amounts of vitamin C when compared with other fruits like grapefruit or oranges with fewer calories. These fruits play an essential role in skin elasticity and collagen. Alpha hydroxyl acid present in strawberries will help you in eliminating dead skin cells and rebuild new skin cells.

Walnuts
Adding walnuts to your diet makes your skin pink and rosy. It is loaded with many necessary minerals including iron, zinc and copper, which helps you in maintaining the collagen in your skin. It also contains high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids that help you maintain the elasticity of your skin. Consume about six walnuts as the first thing early in the morning, every day before breakfast. Eating walnuts help you making your skin look younger, fresher and rosy red.

Dark Chocolates
Dark chocolate is an excellent of cocoa, which acts as a natural skin hydrator. Cocoa helps to radiate making the skin a lot healthy and also makes it look more younger by freeing it from pimples and wrinkles. Eat around two to three pieces of dark chocolate every day and make your skin look younger.

Yoghurt
Yoghurt is an emulsification of both calcium and minerals. It is loaded with huge amount of proteins and calcium that makes your skin smooth and removes age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. It is recommended to take yoghurt that is made out of whole milk. Yoghurt helps you in the removal of toxins making your skin softer and smoother.

Pomegranate
Pomegranates are rich sources of poly phonies that make your skin shinier. It also helps you fight against anti aging cells and gives you rosy cheeks and a flawless skin. Drink one glass of pomegranate juice on daily basis to attain shiny, healthy and flawless glowing skin.

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What Can You Do To Keep Your Skin Beautiful During Winter? EAT!

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Healthy and glowing skin is what everyone dreams of. Several magical foods help you maintain your skin glowing and very healthy and give relief from lifeless and dull skin. Smart and young look can be obtained by consuming some foods, which gives radiance to the skin. Once we are healthy from inside the skin automatically glows. If your skin is glowing, it defines that you are having good health and rich in nutrients. The secret lies in what you eat daily. Fast foods, junk foods, caffeine are highly processed that your skin looses the radiance and make you look unhealthy. Vitamins make your skin look beautiful, healthy and radiant which are mainly present in the foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains etc.

We cannot expect our skin to glow and maintain good health if we are not taking necessary care for it. Many factors such as stress in work balance, harsh sunlight, taking improper diet in improper time keeps us away from healthy and glowing skin. We to form essential nutrients that take care of the skin to make it look healthy should spend enough time.

Our diet is to be modified in order to make the skin look healthy. The processes like cleansing, moisturizing, toning should be carried out frequently which results in making the skin look natural and beautiful.

A naturopathic doctor named Ian Koo from Mississauga gives us a view that why we wonder that how nutrients that affect inner health like weight and healthy body helps in improving the skin quality. Explaining this he states an example that, “A good durable product can be obtained only if we start with a better quality of raw material” which defines that good health and proper diet is only the main cause that makes your skin look healthy and glowing.

These are some of the beauty foods containing skin-friendly components, which we can choose to take for the better results in making our skin look beautiful and glowing:

Tomatoes

Tomatoes contain as phytochemical called Lycopene, which gives red color to it. Eating tomatoes or any tomato-based foods will help you in combating with stubborn spots or acne. It is good to include tomato-based foods like sauce, tomato juice etc. to your daily diet distributed over 3 to 5 times every week. It also helps you in protecting your skin from UV rays.

Red-colored fruits such as oranges contain lycopene and other carotenoids will help you in improving antioxidant level in the skin, which helps in combating free radicals that are produced due to extreme sun exposure.

Green Tea
Green tea for glowing skin
Green tea has the ability to reduce the levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is an acne-producing hormone. It is recommended to take 3 – 5 cups of this beverage daily to reap full skin care benefits of it.Green tea contains vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin K, which helps in growing hair naturally. Essential minerals such as copper, zinc, calcium, magnesium and iron are also present in this brew. It helps you improve your skin complexion in one week.

Green tea is packed with lots of antioxidants that help you in making your skin look a lot healthier and younger too.

Berries
blueberries and cherries
Cherries, blueberries and other deeply colored berries are best sources for antioxidants. They help you in fighting off blemishes. Generally acne causes local oxidative stress, which results in the depletion of antioxidants. So if you are suffering with severe acne, then you’ll have very low levels of blood antioxidants.

Brown Rice
Brown Rice for glowing skin
Ceramides are generally present in the ingredients list of your skin care products. Generally these lipid molecules are present in brown rice. These help you maintain your skin’s moisture levels. When you consume these ceramides, which occur naturally in foods they get integrated into your skin’s outer layer, helping it to maintain its hydration. Thus brown rice i.e., ceramides will help you improve hydration significantly.

Fish and Seafood
Fish and seafood for glowing skin
Fish and other seafood are good for skin, as they prevent the skin from showing signs of aging. Omega-3 fatty acids that are found in these foods will help you reduce skin wrinkling process. Omega-3s stops the production of inflammatory chemicals which act like acid rain on your skin’s collagen.

Omega-3 fatty acids also help you in combating with acne by regulating the mood and controlling the stress component that result in acne. It is recommended to consume 4 – 5 servings of oily fish every week to get the acne condition in control. You can take fish oil supplements instead of fish every week.

Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
Green leafy vegetables will help you in enhancing the radiance of your skin. These veggies are packed with essential vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients. Some of the green leafy vegetables include Swiss chard, arugula and spinach. These provide the simplest way to remove dullness of your skin and give you a natural glowing skin.

Kiwi
Kiwis are best foods that bestow you with healthy and smooth skin. They are rich sources of Vitamin C that helps you prevent wrinkles and boosts collagen synthesis. Vitamin C is mostly found in foods such as oranges, guavas, grapefruit, bell peppers, strawberries etc. help in protecting the skin from the exposure of sun and promotes cell turnover, thus maintaining the youthfulness and beauty of your skin.

Wild Salmon & Nuts
Omega-3 fatty acids rich in foods like fishes such as wild salmon, trout and herring and nuts such as almonds and walnuts. These omega-3s provide you a healthy skin with sufficient dose of good fats or natural oils, which in turn help you, get rid of acne, inflammation, redness and scaly skin. These foods are considered to be the perfect sources for glowing skin.

Carrots
Carrots are one of the skin-friendly foods that flush out toxins present inside your skin. They contain high levels of Vitamin A, beta-carotene, and antioxidants. It helps you maintain a healthy skin and protects it from sun-induced damage. It also helps you ward off from various signs of aging and wrinkles. Carrots help you in delaying the process of aging.

Water
Drinking plenty of water will help your stay hydrated throughout the day. It flushes out the harmful toxins present in our body and make the skin glow. Water also helps you in keeping signs of aging such as wrinkles at bay, giving you naturally glowing skin. So always try to keep a water bottle handy and drink whenever you feel thirsty.

Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin Seeds are great skin-beautifying agents. They get their power of skin beautification from zinc, the beauty mineral and essential fatty acids (omega 3, omega 6, and omega 9). Similar to hemp seeds, these pumpkin seeds also help you in reducing the inflammation in your body. You can eat them by sprinkling them on to your favorite salads, smoothies, or you can eat a handful of seeds directly.

Arugula
Arugula is one kinds of dark green leafy vegetable. It is a rich source Vitamin A and sulfur, these two are the keys components to get gorgeous skin. It acts as a potent detoxifier, because of the chlorophyll presence.

You can top you favorite salad with fresh raw arugula along with other foods to get a glowing skin.

Radishes
Radishes are one of the skin beautifying foods. They contain a lot of minerals and compounds that are more beneficial to your skin. Radishes are packed with Vitamin C, sulfur and silicon, which helps you get glowing skin by working together. They also boost collagen, help in skin strengthening, and stimulate the blood circulatory system. You can have them by adding slices to your salads or eating them directly as snack.

Avocados
Avocados are creamy fruits that contain many vitamins. You can pair up an avocado with any carotenoid-rich food, like carrots, bell peppers, or tomatoes. They help you in absorbing the antioxidants – beta carotene and lycopene, five times more.

Hemp Seeds
Hemp seeds are made up of a huge quantity of protein, along with the sulfur-bearing amino acids like cysteine, cystine, and methionine. These are used to make your muscle, hair, skin and nails stronger.

They contain strong antioxidants and posses an ideal ratio (1:3) of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids and include omega 9 also. Due to the anti-inflammatory properties of hemp seeds, you get rid of many skin woes, such as acne, blemishes and wrinkles. Sprinkling hemp seeds with salads or blending them in a smoothie will help you get rid of many skin issues.

Almonds
Almonds are foods that are rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids. Vitamin E protects the skin from harmful Ultra Violet (UV) rays, anti aging, wrinkles and also helps you build collagen. Fatty acids such as omega 6 and omega 9 help you in maintaining the elasticity of skin. You can take about five to six almonds as the first thing every morning before having breakfast. This not only makes your skin glow but also maintains healthy hairs.

Strawberries
Strawberries are one of the skin beautifying agents that is rich in fiber content and low in sugar content. Strawberries contain more amounts of vitamin C when compared with other fruits like grapefruit or oranges with fewer calories. These fruits play an essential role in skin elasticity and collagen. Alpha hydroxyl acid present in strawberries will help you in eliminating dead skin cells and rebuild new skin cells.

Walnuts
Adding walnuts to your diet makes your skin pink and rosy. It is loaded with many necessary minerals including iron, zinc and copper, which helps you in maintaining the collagen in your skin. It also contains high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids that help you maintain the elasticity of your skin. Consume about six walnuts as the first thing early in the morning, every day before breakfast. Eating walnuts help you making your skin look younger, fresher and rosy red.

Dark Chocolates
Dark chocolate is an excellent of cocoa, which acts as a natural skin hydrator. Cocoa helps to radiate making the skin a lot healthy and also makes it look more younger by freeing it from pimples and wrinkles. Eat around two to three pieces of dark chocolate every day and make your skin look younger.

Yoghurt
Yoghurt is an emulsification of both calcium and minerals. It is loaded with huge amount of proteins and calcium that makes your skin smooth and removes age spots, fine lines and wrinkles. It is recommended to take yoghurt that is made out of whole milk. Yoghurt helps you in the removal of toxins making your skin softer and smoother.

Pomegranate
Pomegranates are rich sources of poly phonies that make your skin shinier. It also helps you fight against anti aging cells and gives you rosy cheeks and a flawless skin. Drink one glass of pomegranate juice on daily basis to attain shiny, healthy and flawless glowing skin.

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7 Natural Recipes to Clean, Burn & Boost You Through This Winter!

When someone says “workout or gym,” it makes me cringe. I can’t stand working out! Instead of killing myself at the gym, I did this for 30 days. Needless to say, my friends couldn’t stop laughing at me. But now, I’m the one who’s laughing!!! The directions are so easy:

Feeling tired, bloated and sluggish after some hard partying or bad eating? It happens to the best of us. Even if you’re pretty healthy on most days, it’s easy to have a few too many drinks on the weekend, a little extra cake at the wedding or partake in some bad office snacking habits. The problem is that this can have an adverse effect on our health and before we know it we find our bodies suffering the consequences.

One solution to this problem can be a detox. Overhauling your diet and investing in healthy food and drinks can rid your body of harmful toxins, support your natural detoxification processes and get you back to feeling brand new. In this guide we’ll take a good look at detoxing, how to know if you need one, avoiding unsafe fads, how detox smoothies can help and the top 10 recipes to try.

MONDAY: COCONUT ALMOND SUPERFOOD SMOOTHIE

It’s Monday, a perfect day to indulge your nut butter obsession. If you’ve taken eating peanut butter sachets to new levels (in the office at your desk for example) then this smoothie will be your new favorite.

Also, if you’ve managed to get yourself to the gym, it’s a great post-workout shake.

TUESDAY: Superberry Breakfast Smoothie

Skip that 740th bowl of granola and kick start your morning with a delicious smoothie bowl.

WEDNESDAY: Post-Training Power Smoothie!

This recipe comes from the training gurus at Lomax gym and has a ‘potent mix of glucose, electrolytes and whey protein [making it] one of the most easily absorbed post-workout smoothies around.’

THURSDAY: Sleep & Radiant Boost Juice

It’s Thursday, the week is feeling pretty long and you’re really ready for Friday – so it’s time for a bit of a booster.

Try this recipe that’ll pep up both your face and your mind to power through to the weekend.

FRIDAY: Low Cal Cocktails

Happy Friday! Let’s celebrate with a Hot and Passionate Fizz Cocktail. At less than 110 calories there’s no guilt required.

SATURDAY: FAT BLITZING CARROT, TURMERIC AND GINGER JUICE

Give your body a bit of a revival if you went out on Friday night with this metabolism boosting juice recipe. Turmeric is also known to block the growth of fat cells. Bonus!

SUNDAY: CACAO SMOOTHIE RECIPE

Give yourself a healthy Sunday treat with this indulgent smoothie. Daisy Lowe told us ‘This is one of my absolute favorite things! The recipe was inspired by a drink I had at one of the best smoothie bars in LA: Earthbar. I love it.’

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