Feeding your skin

Considering that every single skin celi on
your body is maintained, repaired and even
built from the materials provided in your
daily diet, it is iınperative that the food eaten
on a regular basis is providing the nutrients
needed. The skin reflects what is going on
inside the body, so if there are puffiness,
premature ageing, spots or even diseases,
then it’s time to look within and detoxify the
body back to health.

Changing your diet to a more healthful
one is also one of the quickest ways you can
improve and beautify the skin. A healthy
diet is not ali bran sticks and lettuce; in fact
it isn’ t anything like that. As a nutritionist
I make it my aim to fill my body with only
the best- tasting and health-giving foods
available. I love eating, and my food has to
look and taste gorgeous as well as making
me feel and look amazing. So please do not
imagine that in order to have fabulous skin
you have to endure a lifetime of eating boring
brown mush; I’ d never eat like that, so
I’m certainly not going to ask you to.

What I do suggest is that you eat plenty
of super-tasty, bright and colourful, energygiving
wonder foods; this will include
yumıny puddings, sweet treats, chocolate
shakes, ice-creaın and ali manner of divine
dinner delights. Sounds too good to be true?
Well, the proof of the healthy pudding is
indeed in the eating, but before I offer you

my beautifying banquet, here are some
general tips for healthy skin: