With age you will notice that your skin starts showing effects of ageing. You will start developing dark patches, your skin will start becoming dry, it will lose its elasticity, you may develop dark spots and so many other things that will start making your skin look lifeless.

So, what can you do to retain the glow on your skin? It’s indeed very simple. All you have to do is make some diet and lifestyle changes and you will note, that your skin will come around full circle, and you will look younger and more beautiful for as long as you desire.

Pumpkin Seeds
The reason why pumpkin seeds are great for skin care is because they have the right mix of zinc and essential fatty acids such as Omega 3, 6 and 9. Their anti-inflammatory properties are great to keep the glow on your skin intact, as they suppress inflammation. You can eat them straight away or grind them and sprinkle them on top if your health salads as well as blend them in to your morning smoothies.

Include arugula in your diet as it offers two elements that are indeed essential for your skins welfare – Sulfur and Vitamin A. The chlorophyll element too helps in detoxifying the system.

Radish is known to be one of the most beautifying foods. Radhishes are very high in sulfur, Vitamin C and silicon and they work beautifully together to boost collagen in one’s skin, strengthen one’s skin and also stimulate one’s circulatory system.

Include radishes in your diet through salads, or simply have a couple with yummy dips.

Avocados are known to deliver a rich source of vitamins and minerals that when paired with foods that are rich in carotenoids, like carrots, bell peppers and tomato’s will lead to absorbing more than five times the content of antioxidants such as beta carotene and lycopene.

Hemp Seeds
Hemp seeds are a great source of sulfur rich amino acids such as cystine, which is known to be beneficial for growth of strong nails, hair, muscle and skin. They are rich in omega 3, 6 and9 fatty acids. You are probably aware that it is inflammation that causes most of our skin’s trouble and with these anti-inflammatory properties you can be sure that your skin will be well taken care of.

Speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist if you wish to learn about foods that can indeed improve the condition of your skin, and you could also speak with a Homeopath to get your hands on herbal remedies for better skin care.