Yes, you have heard it many times. Your skin is a reflection of your diet and lifestyle.
When we abuse fast food, alcohol, do not get enough sleep and do not eat foods rich in antioxidants and fiber, the skin looks dull, wrinkles become marked and pimples and dryness may appear. With summer and the excess hours we spend in the sun, we are putting an “extra” load on our skin. Disturbing?
Don't worry, we can reverse this damage by taking certain superfoods.
And what are the kings to fight against free radicals derived from sun exposure?
That's right, if you are a chocolate lover, you are going to like this fact. 100% pure ORGANIC COCOA , without sugar or additives, is very rich in flavonols, a type of phytonutrient highly valued for its protective effect on our cells. Consuming this type of cocoa (not the classic tablets, chocolate bars, ice creams and other sweets loaded with sugar and pro-inflammatory ingredients) will help you prevent and reverse the harmful effects of prolonged exposure to the sun, such as premature skin aging.
The dark purple color of this Brazilian fruit reflects the presence of anthocyanins, compounds that belong to the group of phytochemicals known as bioflavonoids, which have powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory power.
Together with vitamins B, C and E, ORGANIC AÇAI is a true beautifying cocktail, protecting the skin and hair, that is, a nutricosmetic in its purest form.
The antioxidant astaxanthin contained in this berry, known as the natural sunscreen, helps reverse damage caused by solar radiation.
This antioxidant is believed to be the most powerful that nature offers. In terms of antioxidant potency, astaxanthin is 550 times stronger than vitamin E, and 6,000 times stronger than vitamin C.
The red color of this “antioxidant bomb” is due to the presence of carotenoids, among which is vitamin A (beta-carotene). Consuming ORGANIC GOJI berries promotes a better appearance of the skin and helps protect it against external aggressions such as sun exposure.
In addition, its richness in zinc improves our immune system and promotes cell growth and renewal.
They are called “super foods” for a reason, right? CACAO, AÇAÍ and GOJI berries have such a concentration of nutrients necessary for our skin that we can say that they are part of the TOP 3 to protect and repair it.
Alicia Lamothe (Healt Coach)
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