Tuesday, November 20, 2012

❤ •.¸ Feed Your Face: 10 Foods for Better Skin ¸.•´❤

N3 kali ni pasal mendapatkan kulit yang cantik, tidak semestinya dimakan all of these food range, boleh jugak dibuat masker cth mcm avocado tu. + nfan flaxseed oild and disapu ke muka ...Selamat Mencuba !! ...Bersama lah kita mendapatkan kulit yang gebu n mulus ...heheh



Feed Your Face: 10 Foods for Better Skin



Face Food #1: Avocados
This creamy, green fruit is abundant in essential oils and B-complex vitamins that nourish your skin, inside and out.
Niacin (vitamin B3) is especially important for healthy skin, and avocados contain lots of it. Niacin, an anti-inflammatory, soothes irritated skin and red, blotchy skin. One avocado has 3.8 mg niacin – 27% of your daily need



Face Food #2: Mangoes 
Mangoes have more than 80% of your daily requirements for vitamin A, which is why they’re such a great face food. Vitamin A maintains and repairs skin cells; a deficiency will result in a dry, flaky complexion.
As an antioxidant, vitamin A also fights free radical damage that can prematurely age the skin. And with fewer than 70 calories per serving, this succulent fruit is the perfect pick for your figure, not just your face.

Check out this Mango-Chile Chutney.




 
Face Food #3: Almonds
Not only is it a gorgeous shape for your eyes, almonds are also great for your complexion. With 150% of your daily need for vitamin E, it’s no wonder that getting a bit nutty is good for you. 
 


Face Food #4: Cottage Cheese
Dairy is good for your bones and face. But it’s the selenium in cottage cheese, not the calcium, that makes us wild for the creamy curds.
Selenium, an essential mineral, teams up with vitamin E as a powerful free radical-fighting antioxidant duo. Plus, it’ll protect against skin cancer and fight dandruff.
Get your cottage cheese fill in this Baked Mac & Cheese.

 


Face Food #5: Acerola Cherries
Your average cherry doesn’t supply a lot of vitamin C, but that’s not true for Acerolas. One of these cherries supplies 100% of your daily allowance for vitamin C, which is great news for your skin.  


Face Food #6: Oysters
Whether they’re an aphrodisiac or not, oysters are a love fest for skin. They fight pimples because they’re rich in zinc.
The mineral affects sebum production, a deficiency may contribute to acne.
Zinc also helps boost elastin (the skin's elastic protein) production with the help of vitamin C.
Make this Cioppino with oysters. 
 



Face Food #7: Baked Potatoes 
Set aside the greasy French fries.
A plump, steaming baked potato is good for your skin.
Eat one baked potato (with the skin) to get 75% of your daily copper need.
This essential mineral works with vitamin C and zinc to produce the elastin fibers that support skin structure.
Too little copper in your diet can reduce your skin’s ability to heal and cause it to become rigid and lifeless.
Get your copper in these Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes



Face Food #8: Mushrooms
This fungus isn’t just for soup; it’s rich in riboflavin, a B vitamin that’s vital to your skin.
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) is involved in tissue maintenance and repair, and improves skin blemishes caused by rosacea.
This vitamin is so important for skin repair that the body uses large amounts after sustaining a burn or wound, or undergoing surgery.

Try these Garlic-Rosemary Mushrooms.












Face Food #9: Flaxseed Oil 

It’s no secret that omega 3s are great for your skin, but did you know that flaxseed oil is one of the best sources of this essential fatty acid? That’s great news if you’re not a fish-lover.

Check out this Orange-Miso Sauce.  







Face Food #10: Wheat Germ 
Don’t let the “germ” scare you – it’s actually just the embryo within a grain of wheat, and it’s nutritious. Wheat germ is a good source of biotin, a B vitamin that's crucial to skin health.
A mild biotin deficiency can cause dermatitis, a condition characterized by itchy, scaly skin.
Sprinkle wheat germ on yogurt for a tasty way to get more biotin in your diet.

Or try these Apricot-Wheat Germ Muffins.
 
 
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