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9 Foods That Will Help Increase Skins Radiance

Have you every tried looking beyond the skin creams, moisturizers, etc? Sometimes, what’s inside our bodies count more than our external use. Why use temporary fixes when you can correct the underlying internal issues? Here are nine foods to help increase your skins radiance and glow.

 

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Flaxseed oil: A study proved that these seed oils are proven to reduce redness when skin was irritated.

 

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Green tea: Brewed green tea is high in antioxidants which is important in eliminating dead cells and rejuventating any damage to the skin. Green tea also carries vitamin C.

 

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Fatty fish: Like salmon and other fish, they are high in EPA & DHA. It was decrease inflammation which can be the roof to the cause of skin problems.

 

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Berries: The most potent sources of antioxidants! When your skin is protected from damage at the cellular level, the skin looks younger…longer.

 

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Celery: A trace mineral that strengthens the body’s connective tissues is called Silica, which is found in celery. It’s essential to the skin!

 

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Cucumbers: Cucumbers contain vitamin C and caffeic acid which fights off wrinkles and sun damage.

 

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Carrots: Carrots contain both vitamin A & B. A is necessary for growth and maintenance of healthy cells.

 

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Pumpkin seeds: Heard of zinc? It’s an important mineral component of healthy skin. Zinc is especially important for those who suffer with acne.

 

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Water: I think you already knew this one…It’s the best thing you can do for your skin!

 

 

Recommended Products:

Flaxseed Oil Supplements

Green Tea

 

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