SUPERFOOD - Glow Inducing Foods & Recipes

As the story goes, in 1982, an editor in Glamour’s fashion department gave her assistant a recipe for the most buttery, lemony chicken she’d ever tasted. The assistant then cooked said chicken for her then-boyfriend, who, a month later, proposed. Whether the proposal was thanks to the dish or just because their relationship was heading that way is unclear, but...

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January is the month of renewal, so here's a delicious protein-packed smoothie recipe for some post-workout replenishment that's good for your complexion, too! Energizing matcha provides a boost of caffeine for sustained energy (caffeine is also known for it's skin-firming benefits) while spinach and pear provide you with antioxidants and vital vitamins and minerals. RECIPE: 2 Scoops Vanilla Protein Powder...

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The Holidays are the perfect time to get together and celebrate with the people we love, and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious cocktail packed with skin-improving antioxidants? This tasty Pomegranate Mojito is packed with antioxidants that fight free radicals, while extraordinary anti-inflammatory and anti-aging compounds aid cellular regeneration to keep skin looking clear and youthful. It's...

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Kale This leafy green contains Vitamin A, which is essential for skin health and reducing wrinkles. Just one cup contains more than the daily minimium of skin-firming vitamin A. It also includes chlorophyll, a molecule helps carry out toxins from the body. Load up on kale salad to get full on the nutrient-dense green instead of starches and carbohydrates. Sweet...

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Brighten and tone your skin with this delicious green juice. Detoxing parsley is excellent for stimulating lymphatic drainage and reducing water retention that can cause you to look puffy. Spinach contains Vitamin F, which is great for healthy skin that glows. And Green Apple has several skin improving benefits, including brightening and toning. Enjoy! Ingredients: 4 Carrots ½ Green Apple...

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The major cause of skin cancer is ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun or from tanning beds. About 90% of nonmelanoma skin cancers and 86% of melanomas are associated with solar UV, and more than 419,000 cases of skin cancer in the United States each year are linked to indoor tanning.   UV exposure wreaks a lot of havoc on...

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