Beauty-Enhancing Foods Claymont DE

If you want to keep your beauty, we suggest you read on and check out this list of our top five beauty foods in the following article. They will enhance your natural beauty – from the inside out.

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Foods that keep you looking good

Have you ever heard the saying “you are what you eat”? Well, it’s especially true when it comes to naturally beautiful healthy-looking skin.

Check out this list of our top five beauty foods. They will enhance your natural beauty – from the inside out!

Top Five Beauty Foods

  • Almonds. Ladies, we all know that vitamin E is one of the top ingredients in anti-wrinkle creams. Well, that’s because vitamin E contains huge amounts fatty acids, which keep the skin looking plump and supple. A handful a day will keep the wrinkles away!
  • Protein. If you go to a manicurist every month for stunning nails, you can put away your pocketbook. Just eat foods that are high in protein – such as skinless chicken breast, lean turkey, tuna, lentils, chickpeas, egg whites, low-fat cottage cheese and beans.
  • Green veggies. You can put away the Pantene Pro V if you want shiny, healthy looking hair. Munch away on green veggies – such as bean sprouts, green beans, green pepper, zucchini (with the skin) and green onions – instead. They are rich in vitamin B – the very ingredient that is responsible for making your mane shiny and strong. So instead of staying home to wash your hair, you can stay home and have a salad.
  • Fatty fish. Eating salmon, albacore tuna, mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines and any fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, will moisturize dry skin. Kind of gives the phrase “fish face” a whole new meaning doesn’t it...

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