Strawberries are powerful boosters for your skin, eyes and immunity, thanks to their high levels of collagen-building, anti-inflammatory vitamin C. One cup of strawberry halves has one and a half times your vitamin C needs for the day, even more than you’ll get in a whole orange!
Ready to get more collagen-boosting benefits of strawberries? For a recipe that’s naturally sweet (it doubles as a both a rice pudding-like dessert AND a crazy-good breakfast), try my recipe for Stewed Strawberry Pudding with Strawberry-Maca Sauce.
Just 3/4 cup of Delicata squash contains 70% of your RDA for anti-aging, skin-healing vitamin A. Roast this beauty food with sea salt and pepper, or try my beautifying recipe for Honey Cardamom Roasted Delicata Squash.
The new stevia, digestive boosters and gluten free madness were highlights of the 2012 Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore. Check out my favorite trends to watch…and a few to avoid.
I’m thrilled to share a brand new natural skin care line called BeauCle from a true expert on health and beauty, Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman. She answers some of my questions about her favorite beauty foods and reveals her ‘natural Botox!’
Gwyneth Paltrow and Integrative Physician Dr. Frank Lipman talked about sugar addiction in this week’s GOOP newsletter, telling it like it is about the ultra-addictive sweet stuff.
Check out Quinoa 365, a beautiful new cookbook packed with 170 delicious recipes that turn the everyday quinoa sitting in your pantry into everything from Pumpkin Pancakes to Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup!
Even more than topical products, collagen-building foods are important to protection against collagen loss and visible aging. Find out what foods top the collagen-building charts…
Autumn is a season rife with delicious eats. And the seasonal fruits and vegetables harvested during this time of the year are not only tasty, they’re packed with beauty nutrition!
Chronic inflammation plays a huge role in advancing the signs of aging that we try so hard to prevent: wrinkles, age spots, sagging skin, loss of collagen– you get the picture. So how can we put out the inflammation fire? As you might expect, diet is a key piece in the puzzle…