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Kimberly Snyder: Eat Your Way To Better Beauty

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Kimberly Snyder is a clinical nutritionist and avid yoga practitioner, who emphasizes a holistic lifestyle from the inside out... Today she launches her new book "Beauty Detox Foods" healthy food, can promote healthy beauty.

Recipes that feature Beauty Foods, from Beauty Detox Foods


Cabbage  (recipe: Raw Purple Cabbage Slaw): Rebuilds skin cells to create radiant skin

 

Walnuts:  (Raw Endurance Bars)

The highest content of omega-3 fatty acids (an important beauty fat) of any nut. Omega-3 fats keep the cellular membranes flexible and fluid, optimizing the cell's ability to usher in nutrients and moisturizing fluids to prevent dryness and to help eliminate wastes.

Walnuts are rich in vitamin E, which is an important free radical scavenger and rich in minerals, such as protein, fiber, some B vitamins, magnesium, calcium, and potassium.

 

Quinoa (on display: Quinoa, Squash, Avocado & Microgreen Timbale Stacks) Contains many minerals, to feed your skin

Contains minerals to feed and balance your skin and body, such as including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, and the antioxidant minerals copper and manganese

Gluten-free

Great source of protein- great for hair

 

Onions: (Gluten-Free All Veggie Pizza)

Contains a compound that regenerates vitamin E & strengthens capillaries

Common & inexpensive, but great beauty food!

High in usable quercetin, which is an antioxidant flavonoid that helps:

  • Regenerates vitamin E
  • Strengthens capillaries, which protects against varicose veins- to keep legs looking smooth

 

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For more information on Kimberly Snyder, - click here: http://www.kimberlysnyder.net/

For her new book "Beauty Detox Foods" on Amazon.com

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