A heart-healthy diet can be defined as a balance of lean protein, whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat milk and dairy products.
Guess what one definition of beautiful, healthy skin is? A balanced diet of lean protein, whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat milk and dairy products.
These are called superfoods, and they typically have a higher amount of vitamins and minerals, compared to other foods, to assist in overall health of your body, including your skin.
Eating a nutrient-dense, balanced diet is the key to fresh skin.
Radiant skin is made from the inside out.
Did you know that avocados contain 15g of healthy fat? Yep, that’s a new staple in your diet now.
Chia seeds contain omega-3 fatty acids, protein, antioxidants and so much more. Adding a scoop to your smoothies, brownies and protein bars is simple and effective.
Salmon contains omega-3s that provide photoprotection to help reduce visible signs of aging and give a youthful skin appearance. Hurry, head to the store!
Interested learning about more superfoods to incorporate into your own life? Check out this infographic about the best superfoods for beautiful skin.
This post was contributed by Cassidy McClellan. She is the Online Outreach and Education Specialist for USANA Health Sciences. Infographic design by Ryan McCardle. For more information, find us on Twitter @USANAinc or visit us at our blog, What’s Up, USANA?.
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