The importance of nutrition to our overall well-being cannot be overstated – and not surprisingly, what we eat can also have a profound impact on how our skin looks and feels.
So what are the most nutritional foods for great looking skin?
Cute and delicious, quail eggs are actually one of the most nutritious and healthy foods available. Their nutritional value is three to four times greater than chicken eggs (despite being one fifth the size) and they have no bad cholesterol (LDL) while being rich in good cholesterol (HDL).
They have been used in Eastern medicine for centuries to heal a multitude of complaints, from allergies and skin rash to eczema and brain development. Rich in anti-oxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins A, B and E , quail eggs help maintain healthy, glowing skin and shiny , voluminous hair.
As a sugar-free, low calorie, low carbohydrate, high-protein food, you can eat as many quail eggs a day as you like – we recommend 3-4 eggs daily.
Berries containing high level of antioxidant (anti-ageing) properties are the secret for good skin. This amazing bowl of superfood uses frozen acai mixed with banana. We top it with chunks of sweet mango, crushed almond, walnuts, dry cranberries, chia seeds, flaxseed, oat and fresh blueberries and raspberries
Take 200g frozen acai out of freezer and let it stay in room temperature for 10 min. chop one fresh banana. Place frozen acai, banana and 50 ml almond mild or oat milk in the blender. Mix it with high speed until it becomes smooth and creamy.
Pour the mixture in a bowl and decorate with mango slices/chunks, raspberries, blueberries, oat, chia seed and flaxseed. Do not let it stay more than 3 min. Enjoy it immediately!