Nutritionist Tara Kuff stated that broccoli, cabbage and kale detoxify the skin
Australian sports nutritionist Kaff unveiled skin-improving nutritional products. Her words are quoted by the Daily Mail.
First of all, the expert recommended to eat fermented foods more often, such as kefir, kombucha, yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles and the like. She stated that such food contains a large amount of bioavailable nutrients that fill the skin with beneficial micronutrients from the inside.
In addition, the specialist advised to eat more dark green leafy vegetables. For example, broccoli, cabbage and kale are rich in sulfur compounds that flush out toxins from the skin, leaving it beautiful, clean and radiant.
The heroine of the material also emphasized the importance of including berries and pomegranates in the diet. They are high in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and nutrients that support collagen production and help protect skin from UV damage, she said.
The dietitian added that foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids should not be neglected. So, flax and chia seeds, salmon, sardines moisturize and smooth the skin, as well as have an anti-inflammatory effect and fight dryness and loss of tone of the epidermis.
In addition, the expert noted the need for regular consumption of foods containing beta-carotene … “Carrots and sweet potatoes help rejuvenate the skin and promote cell renewal,” she assured.
Earlier in November, a Russian nutritionist named simple ways to get rid of cellulite. Anastasia Tarasko explained that in order to prevent the appearance of the “orange peel”, you need to normalize body weight and reduce body fat through a balanced diet. She noted that the diet should contain four to eight servings of vegetables per day, high-quality, easily digestible, lean protein, vegetable oils and nuts.