Creams and lotions are good for your skin, but your diet is by far the most important when it comes to having a healthy skin.
Here are a few of my favourites…
I love fish! Croaker, titus, mackerel; any type of fish. Fish is your skin’s saving grace! Loaded
with Omega-3 fatty acids it reduces inflamma- tion, redness, wrinkles and sagginess at the
Contains a lot of fibre, folic acid, protein,
calcium and magnesium. These stabilise blood sugar and reduce cholesterol.
Such as pumpkin leaves (ugwu), spinach, lettuce are loaded with beta- carotene, vitamin C,
iron and antioxidants.
I use more of honey which is a rich alternative to refined sugar. Refined sugar is believed to
contribute to ageing.
Quaker oats is one of my favourite breakfast meals. It’s very high in soluble fibre and
complex carbohydrates, calcium, vitamin B & E and silicon.
Are loaded with minerals, vitamins B and E and also very high in lycopene – the
phytochemical that gives the tomato its red colour. It is known to be among the most
potent anti-aging antioxidant.