Feed Your Skin, Starve Your Wrinkles: Eat Your Way to Firmer, More Beautiful Skin with the 100 Best Anti-Aging Foods
‚€œAt long last, a book that tells all about the connection between diet and health and the look of your skin. Everyone interested in beautiful skin should read this book!‚€?
‚€”Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., best-selling
author of The 150 Healthiest Foods on EarthBeets. Pumpkin Seeds. Mangoes. What do these foods have in common? They are some of the very best foods for fighting aging and keeping your skin beautiful. How? The nutrients in these foods‚€”from vitamins A, B, and C to the minerals iron and zinc‚€”act as powerful antioxidants, neutralizing the free radicals that form in your skin due to sun exposure, environmental toxins, and a poor diet. The entire body needs these antioxidants in order to work properly and give us the glowing, healthy appearance we crave. Inside, you‚€™ll learn more about how the three superstar foods above‚€”and ninety-seven others‚€”can do more for your skin and overall beauty than any expensive night cream, facelift, or Botox injection. Nutritional scientist Allison Tannis will walk you through the many layers of your skin and reveal what actions you can take to prevent wrinkles, eliminate existing ones, and improve your complexion. No waiting lists, risky surgeries, or astronomical costs‚€”just delicious, healthy food. You‚€™ll discover:
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