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BLACK BEAUTY: You Are What You Eat

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Making healthy food choices not only builds a great body, but can enhance your overall beauty. You may think it is just a saying but “You are what you eat” is actually very true. If you want to improve your beauty simply be eating, here are a few foods you should consider adding to your diet.

Soy

soy
If you are interested in a wrinkle fighting food, soy will be your best friend. Soy contains isoflavones which are very similar to estrogen. As we know, estrogen is the female hormone that helps promote a healthy environment for many functions in our body. Soy can also helps increase elasticity which will help the skin become more firm. You can obtain soy by eating foods like tofu, soybeans and edamame.

 

 

 

Fish
fish Fish is a great food for those who want to maintain a great physique, but it can also be very beneficial for the skin. Most fish contain Omega which can help strengthen your cells and promote healthy skin. Omegas can also protect your skin against the sun and reduce your risk of skin cancer. Eating fish can help flush out the toxins in your body and fight inflammation. Salmon and rainbow trout are great choices if you want to reap the benefits.

 

 

 

Ccitrusitrus Fruit
Ingesting fruits full of citrus can help give you that luminous glow you’ve always wanted. Most of these fruits contain high amounts of vitamin C and hydroxy acids which can help remove dead skin and promote cell turnover. This means enough citrus can help lighten sun spots and acne scarring, giving you a nice even complexion. If you have goals of an even skin tone, applying fruit juices topically can be more effective!

 

Who knew eating could be so beneficial! Incorporating these three things in your diet can not only enhance your beauty, but help maintain optimal health and boost your immune system. You will look and feel better than ever just by making better food choices. The way you prepare these foods are essential so please ensure you aren’t adding too many salts, sugars, or fat when prepping your meal!

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