Dry, Red Or Ageing Skin? Try Eating Your Problems Away…

Target your body hang-ups with the right food plan to suit you (and only you).

When it comes to healthy eating, we are bombarded with new tips and techniques to help pack the nutrients in. It’s easy to get bogged down with fads, but what you really need to be thinking about is simply knowing your body and what works best for it. This means eating foods that target specific problems.

We’ve called on new bespoke well-being service Sprout Market to help us identify common skin concerns and what you should be eating to help.

Problem: Dry, dull skin
Solution: Foods rich in Omega 3 such as salmon, tuna and trout help hold moisture and plump skin from within. If fish isn’t your thing, look for flaxseed, avocado, and walnuts.
Sprout Tip: Add half an avocado and a spoonful of flaxseed to your morning smoothie to bring on that summer glow.

Problem: Red skin
Solution: Mint is an anti-inflammatory so be sure to supplement your food where you can to tone down any redness.
Sprout Tip: Whiz together the following for a beauty balancing minty pea dip…

One cup of peas
A handul of mint leaves
One avocado
Half a finely chopped chilli
Fresh lime juice
Serve on the side of a salad or with crunchy crudités as a mid-morning snack.

Problem: Cellulite
Solution: Green tea and lots of it! The antioxidants rinse the body of the toxins that would have otherwise created cellulite.
Sprout Tip: Try a butt-busting body scrub. Add a small amount of ground coffee to your morning shower gel and give your body a vigorous scrub. It helps remove dead skin cells and gets the lymphatic system moving.

Problem: Ageing skin
Solution: The best food you can gorge on is berries. They contain vitamins, probiotics, and a ton of antioxidants to help protect skin from damaging pollution. Better yet, they even promote cell regeneration.
Sprout Tip: Snack on a handful of berries and nuts for a more radiant complexion.

If you need advice on a specific skin concern or want to spice up your home recipes, we recommend you check out Sprout Market’s website for a personalised program or some yummy new nutritious tricks.

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