26.3 C
New York
HomeLifestyleFood & RecipesNutritionist Rebecca Gawthorne reveals the best foods to eat for glowing skin

Nutritionist Rebecca Gawthorne reveals the best foods to eat for glowing skin

How to shop to GLOW: Nutritionist shares the grocery haul she swears by for radiant skin – including coconut yoghurt, multigrain bread and garlic

  • Rebecca Gawthorne shared a video to Instagram showing her weekly shop
  • Advices picking up foods full of healthy fats and high in zinc and vitamin C
  • Says to eat foods that are full of prebiotics and probiotics like coconut yoghurt

An Australian dietitian has revealed how to eat your way to gorgeous glowing skin, by feasting on a healthy fats and goods high in zinc.

Nutritionist Rebecca Gawthorne, who lives in Sydney, took to Instagram on Wednesday to explain what she chooses from each aisle of the supermarket and how it helps clear skin.

She starts by picking up avocados, olive oil, tinned salmon, nuts and hemp which all contain healthy fats.

Healthy fats contain fatty acids, including Omega-6 and Omega-3 which help build blocks of cell membranes and prevent skin dryness to keep skin dewy and hydrated.  

They’re also rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids which is important for radiance and can add softness to your complexion.

Next, she says to pick up low GI (glycaemic index) foods which includes red lentils, chickpeas, rice, and multigrain bread.

Scientists believe that following a low-glycemic diet may reduce acne because this diet.

Nutritionist Rebecca Gawthorne, who lives in Sydney , took to Instagram on Wednesday to explain what she chooses from each aisle of the supermarket and how it helps clear skin.

Spikes in blood sugar causes inflammation throughout your body and can cause your body to make more sebum, an oily substance in your skin that can cause blemishes.

Rebecca also advices to pick up antioxidant rich foods that are high in vitamin C including oranges, raspberries, kiwi, turmeric and broccoli.

These foods will protect your skin against free radicals and in turn fight signs of ageing and reduce inflammation as well as help the skin to correct damage from the sun. 

An Australian dietitian has revealed how to eat your way to gorgeous glowing skin, by feasting on a healthy fats and goods high in zinc.

She starts by picking up avocados, olive oil, tinned salmon, nuts and hemp which all contain healthy fats.

An Australian dietitian has revealed how to eat your way to gorgeous glowing skin, by feasting on a healthy fats and goods high in zinc. She starts by picking up avocados, olive oil, tinned salmon, nuts and hemp which all contain healthy fats

The foods to eat for glowing skin 

 HEALTHY FATS

Avocados, olive oil, tinned salmon, nuts and hem 

HIGH ANTIOXIDANT FOODS

Oranges, raspberries, kiwi, turmeric and broccoli

PREBIOTICS AND PROBIOTICS

Asparagus and coconut yoghurt 

LOW GI FOODS 

Red lentils, chickpeas, rice, and multigrain bread

HIGH ZINC FOODS

Black beans, pumpkin kernels, almonds and garlic

WATER 

Free radicals are molecules in the environment that damage your skin by clinging to your collagen and weakening elasticity.

Vitamin C in particular can also stimulate collagen production, which is vital for youthful skin.

Rebecca also advices picking up foods which are high in zinc including black beans, pumpkin kernels, almonds and garlic.

Next, she says to pick up low GI (glycaemic index) foods which includes red lentils, chickpeas, rice, and multigrain bread.

Rebecca also advices picking up foods which are high in zinc including black beans, pumpkin kernels, almonds and garlic.

Next, she says to pick up low GI (glycaemic index) foods which includes red lentils, chickpeas, rice, and multigrain bread. Rebecca also advices picking up foods which are high in zinc including black beans, pumpkin kernels, almonds and garlic. 

Zinc is especially important for people with oily skin as it with other vitamins and minerals to help treat skin lesions and can decrease the severity of acne.

Finally, Rebecca says to eat foods like asparagus and coconut yoghurt that are full of prebiotics and probiotics and to drink water to promote healthy skin. 

Research suggests that skin care products with prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics help get healthy microbes back into balance 

A balanced microbiome may help reduce eczema, acne, dry skin, and even wrinkles and skin cancer risk linked to UV damage.

Rebecca also advices to pick up antioxidant rich foods that are high in vitamin C including oranges, raspberries, kiwi, turmeric and broccoli.

Finally, Rebecca says to eat foods like asparagus and coconut yoghurt that are full of prebiotics and probiotics and to drink water to promote healthy skin.

Rebecca also advices to pick up antioxidant rich foods that are high in vitamin C including oranges, raspberries, kiwi, turmeric and broccoli. Finally, Rebecca says to eat foods like asparagus and coconut yoghurt that are full of prebiotics and probiotics and to drink water to promote healthy skin.

Advertisement

Stay Connected
16,985FansLike
52,146FollowersFollow
2,458FollowersFollow
spot_img
Must Read
You might also like

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here