8 Foods For Beauty!

Dear Friends and Family,

We’ve all been a victim of purchasing a product made “just for us” promising “clear and radiant skin” often resulting in an outcome much the same as before. Learn how you can ditch the cosmetic bandwagon and discover long lasting beauty from the inside out with David Wolfe. Our skin is our largest organ and the last place our body receives nutrients so it isn’t surprising that most people with clear and glowing skin, hair and nails are healthy from the inside out. These are all signs of beauty and it is only natural that we all wish to have these qualities.

David Wolfe from Hungry For Change is a passionate advocate of using food to improve our appearance, vitality and health. David is considered one of the world’s top authorities on natural health, beauty nutrition, rawfood and superfoods.

It’s not hard to be BEAUTIFUL…just eat the right foods!  Here’s a list of some “beauty” foods that you would want to have in your homes!

Love, Peace, Wisdom, Abundance, Joy, Health, Harmony…and BEAUTY for ALL!  😀

Annie

Foods

Beauty foods are foods that contain high concentrations of the minerals sulfur, silicon, zinc, iron and/or magnesium, David refers to the following as some of the best beautifying foods that you can include in your diet. These foods will have an alkalizing reaction with your body, anti-parasitical effects and contain high levels of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
In the list below you can see some of the top ‘beautifying foods’ recommended by David Wolfe his book ‘Eating For Beauty:

Aloe Vera – Believed to be a food of long-lasting youth and rapid healing. The anti-inflammatory power in acute inflammation is one of it’s best known actions. The gel of the Aloe Vera can be used topically or add to your daily juice.

Coconut Oil – Contains a number of health giving properties including being high in antioxidants, control blood sugar levels, assist the thyroid gland and repair the skin. You can eat it straight, blend into smoothies, use in cooking and on the skin.

Cucumbers – Fantastic for cleansing our bodies. The skins of cucumbers are high in silicon although are often grown with pesticides and waxed in stores so it is best to choose organic.

Figs – Super high in calcium and other minerals. They are also contain large amounts of fiber and therefore beneficial for our digestive system. They have been described as being the most alkalizing if all dried fruits.

Hemp Seed – One of the most nutritionally complete foods containing all nine essential amino acids making them exceptionally high in protein whilst also high in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and minerals. Eat them as a snack, add to a salad or use the hemp oil in your smoothie.

Macadamia Nuts – Contain high levels of selenium needed to build the body’s most powerful enzyme. The macadamia nut’s overall combination of fatty acids and zinc makes it wonderful skin beautifier.

Pumpkin Seeds – A wonderful source of B vitamins, many minerals (including zinc), phytonutrients and fatty oils. All of these contributing to their ability to produce clear and glowing skin. They also have anti-parasite properties.

Turmeric – Considered a restorative food, with strong anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer and anti-microbial characteristics. Well known for its ability to purify blood which is essential for clear skin.

Source: Eating For Beauty by David Wolfe – For the complete description of these beautifying foods and to see the rest of the list have a read of David Wolfe’s book ‘Eating For Beauty’.

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