3 key anti-aging foods that can help fight wrinkles
Did you know? You cells should contain about 72% water but, on average, our cells only contain about 54% water? Did you know that collagen, an important protein in your skin, makes up about 30% of our bodies and 75% of THAT is found in your skin? Skin nutrition is VERY important!! Here are some foods to help boost nutrition for your skin and help prevent the onset of wrinkles.
What You'll Need
- Listed below are some great options to support your skin health. You can order them from my store here by searching the number in parentheses to easily find the products.
- HSN Complex (HSN120) or HSN Powder (HSN360) – contains the nutrients needed to support skin health – like a multi for your skin
- PurePaleo Protein – (PPPCHC, PPPVAN, PPPUNF)
- Carnosine Supreme – (CNS060); contains benfothiamine the form of B1 that supports collagen, and the amino acid carnosine which stimulates collagen production
- XanthaOmega – (XOS120) – omega 3 fatty acids with Vitamin A and astaxanthin (carotenoid in plant foods) – protective in the sun BUT STILL NEED SUNSCREEN
- Cal/Mag 1:1 (CAM011) – Calcium in the outer layer of the skin helps generate new cells
- Glucosomaine Sulfate (GLS180) – Glucosamine is a nutrient that is a natural component of healthy cartilage. Also thought to help in the reduction in wrinkles.
What You'll Do
- Bone Broth - Super easy recipe found on https://rockbottomwellness.com/recipes/
- Vitamin C – here are some foods that have more C than oranges: Chili peppers, Papaya, Cauliflower, Pineapple, Red/green bell peppers, Brussel sprouts, Kale, Broccoli, Strawberries, and Kiwi
- Calcium – leafy greens such as bok choy, kale, dark leaf lettuce, green beans, canned fish (wild caught) in their bones
Tips & Warnings
- “It’s best to try get your nutrition from good, healthy whole foods but sometimes that’s a challenge. Your next best bet is supplemental nutrition for you skin – but you have to get professional grade supplements to make it worth the investment.”
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