Part 2 Ten Super Foods for Hair & Skin
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I Hope you enjoyed last weeks topic: Monday September 18th 2017: Ten Super Foods for Hair & Skin
This Weeks Topic: Monday September 25th 2017: Part 2 Ten Super Foods for Hair & Skin
The top ten super foods for Hair & Skin were ranked by Fitness Magazine.
Hair & skin are amongst 2 of the many benefactors you will receive enjoying these delicious foods daily! If one of your goals are to add exercise to your lifestyle this year, the top foods listed here will help increase your energy and support your muscle recovery working out! In the next 3 weeks we'll cover this week three of these ten food groups and their benefits for you.
Wild Salmon - not farm-raised - is one of the best food sources for omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep your skin supple and moisturized. Salmon also has selenium, a mineral that protects the skin from sun exposure. The vitamin D in salmon keeps your bones and teeth strong and healthy, too. You won't have a problem adding salmon to your diet since there are hundreds of way to enjoy this beauty superfood. Try it grilled, baked, in your pasta, with a salad, in sushi (ask your waiter if it is caught wild), or just with a side of asparagus. "Add strawberries & fettuccine to salmon for a delicious dinner.
Spinach: This leafy green vegetable is rich in nutrients and antioxidants. Spinach is loaded with lutein, which keep your eyes healthy and sparkling. Spinach is also a good source of vitamins B, C, and E, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, and omega-3 acids. Trade your lettuce for spinach, or saute spinach for a quick, healthy side. Try Spinach Pizza for a quick, easy, and super-healthy meal.
Oysters: The jury's still out on whether oysters are really aphrodisiacs, but they are a good source of zinc, which aids in skin cell renewal and repair. Zinc also keep your nails, hair, and eyes healthy. Who needs an aphrodisiac when you look and feel beautiful?
Tomatoes: Are the best source of the anti-aging antioxidants lycopene. surprisingly, lycopene in tomatoes is more easily absorbed by your body when it is cooked for processed, so make sure to stock up on canned tomato sauce, tomato juice, and ketchup too!
A great time of year to for positive action with positive results for your hair and your body!
Next week's topic Monday October 2nd 2017: Part 3: Ten Super Foods for Hair & Skin
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