Sunday, 26 February 2017

How To Get Rid Of Acne And Wrinkles By Changing Your Essential Diet


If you have problematic skin it can often be a sign of an underlying problem, such as digestive issues.

Poor digestion can be caused by many things, but eating a diet high in processed foods, refined carbohydrates and sugar can often cause problems.

Eating too much diary and consuming too much alcohol can also cause breakouts. There are however, some foods that actually help clear up spots, decreases wrinkles and rescue dry, patchy skin.

Here are six superfood boosters to feed your skin from the inside out:

1. TURMERIC: For clear skin

Looking for clear healthy skin? Turmeric is renowned for its antiseptic and antibacterial properties that help to fight off breakouts and leave you with clear glowing skin.

It also has powerful anti-oxidant properties to treat redness and inflammation. Turmeric

Scientists have also discovered that the spice turmeric can help boost fat burning.

TRY: Manuka Doctor’s Fusion of Manuka Honey & Turmeric (£7.45 a pack of 6 sachets,

These sachets combine two powerful natural foods in a convenient easy single shot.

2. BONE BROTH: For younger-looking skin

Bone broth contains high amounts of collagen, which helps protect your skin against ageing and wrinkles. It also contains Glycine that helps your liver to eliminate toxins.

Nutritionist Christine Bailey on behalf of The Harley Medical Group explains “Bone broth is great for maintaining a smooth, plump looking skin as it’s full of collagen plus essential amino acids to maintain connective tissue.

“Collagen is what gives tissues their strength and keeps skin supple, smooth and elastic.

“When bones are simmered for hours, the collagen inside them cooks down into gelatin, which when ingested, gives our skin immediate nourishment and helps reduce inflammation which is associated with redness, swelling and skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.”


Cacao contains a raw enzyme that helps encourage cell repair and skin rejuvenation. It also has high amounts of vitamin C and magnesium, which helps protect skin and keep it healthy.

TRY: Bioglan Superfoods Cacao Powder (£8.49, is a deliciously rich cacao powder containing calcium, iron, vitamin C and magnesium to help normal energy-yielding metabolism.

4. MANUKA HONEY: For redness

Manuka Honey is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to reduce redness and promote healing for different skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema, leaving your skin supple and healthy with a natural glow.

TRY: Manuka Doctor 20+ Active Manuka Honey (£49.95, is golden brown in colour and deliciously thick.

5. ACAI BERRIES: For hyperpigmentation

Help avoid premature ageing and pigmentation with Acai Berries, which are rich in anthocyanins and will help prevent hyperpigmentation, firm your skin, reduce dryness and protect it from UV rays.

TRY: Holland & Barrett Acai Berry Tablets (£9.99, contains the acai berry, which is a rich purple palm fruit indigenous to the Amazon rainforest.

6. FLAXSEED: For dry skin

Suffering from dry skin? Adding flaxseed into your diet can help keep skin hydrated and moisturised as it contains essential fatty acids. Regularly eating flaxseed can increase the body’s natural oil production, keeping the skin baby soft.

TRY: Linwoods Milled Organic Flaxseed (£6.29, Holland & Barrett) is nutritionally dense, and supports a balanced diet and active lifestyle.

Flaxseed (also commonly known as Linseed) is a natural, convenient and tasty source of Omega 3 (ALA).

This essential fatty acid is not naturally produced in the body and so must be sourced from food.



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