Foods for Healthier Skin
Fight dehydration with cukes! Cucumbers are mostly water, so snacking on them help hydrate and replenish the body and skin.
simple skinny cucumber salad - Healthy Seasonal Recipes
The dates found in these Healthy Vegan Cookies help to smooth fine lines and wrinkles | 5 ingredients | MINIMALISTBAKER.COM
Simple Vegan Cookies | Minimalist Baker Recipes
Key Lime Coconut Energy Bites - Spoonful of Flavor
Sesame Date Breakfast Cookies. All natural, honey and date sweetened cookies. - Dates have regenerative, anti-oxidizing, firming and soothing properties clinically proven to increase collagen synthesis and minimize the appearance of wrinkles.
Sesame Date Breakfast Cookies
Stuffed Baked Apples with Walnuts and Dates Recipe | Grain Free, Gluten Free, Sugar Free | FamilyFreshCookin...
Mediterranean Quinoa with Almonds, Dates and Feta - Dates are rich in several vitamins, minerals and fiber too. These delicious fruits contain oil, calcium, sulfur, iron, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, copper and magnesium which are all beneficial for health.
Raw vegan walnut brownies - made with dates, almonds, cocoa, and coconut - no sugar! // via karla's closet
Juice recipe for glowing skin....Let it Glow!
Add a side of cauliflower to tonight’s dinner for a skin-beautifying boost. Full of healthy fiber and essential vitamins, this veggie can help protect against free radical damage and enhance skin’s radiance.
The Vitamin A in nectarines helps build and maintain healthy skin, teeth and much, much more. For a sweet treat try these Honey Baked Nectarines with Vanilla and Brown Sugar from FoodOpera.
Artichokes are one of nature’s most detoxifying foods. Packed with insoluble fiber, this Spring super food is a great addition to any meal. Go Summery and try grilled artichoke.
The skin of a cucumber contains tons of silica. Silica is helpful in maintaining a clear complexion and getting shiny hair!
It's raspberry picking time - Prairie Hive
Salmon is full of good fats, which will form and maintain healthy skin cells. Salmon will help your skin retain water, thus keeping it hydrated.
Chocolate in it's purest form, cocoa, is full of antioxidants known as flavonoids. These fight the aging of skin.