How To Be Naturally Beautiful Eating The Right Nutrition

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Beauty Secrets – How You Can shine from inside out

Can you get naturally beautiful eating the right nutrition?  Here are beauty tips for the inner glow with nutritional secrets

We are what we eat. You can be naturally beautiful by eating the right nutrition through your diet.
“You glow!” Who does not like to hear that? Are you looking for healthy secrets away from cosmetic products? Save your money and start finding your inner glow with a few small nutritional tricks.

1. Alkaline
2. Raw food
3. Good Fats
4. Minerals
5. Low glycemic index
6. Amino acids
7. Probiotics
8. Adaptogens

Be naturally beautiful by eating the right nutrition, and glow. 

1. Alkaline – Deacidify your body for radiant skin

When you balance your body’s pH level, you create an alkaline environment. In this, no illnesses can arise; the organism is then healthy and calm.

The greener and fresher a food, the more the alkaline and balancing effect.

2. Raw food – Refreshing and rejuvenating

Raw food is rich in nutrients, versatile, delicious, and easily accessible. “Fast Food” in a completely new definition. You can not get a snack any faster than peeling a banana or grabbing some nuts.

Incidentally, you can literally “activate” your nuts and kernels with a little time in soaking water, so they are more digestible, and the body can absorb the nutrients better. Tasty raw food snacks include activated cashews, raw cocoa as a drink or chocolate, avocados, fermented vegetables, fresh seasonal vegetables, and fruits.

Raw fats from nuts, hemp seeds, and avocados bring a good mood. That a happy mind lets us shine from the inside like nothing else, we all know!

3. Good fats – food for healthy cells and beautiful skin

We all need good fats for brain function, hormone production, metabolism, energy, the immune system, and the fight against inflammation.

The coconut provides us with its meat and oil, valuable sources of fat with many vitamins and minerals. Whether coconut oil, coconut, coconut milk, or coconut water, they all provide beautiful skin and beautiful hair. Avocados, nuts, seeds, olive oil, linseed oil, and olives bristle with healthy fats, especially the essential omega-3 fatty acids.

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4. Minerals – Nice and healthy from the inside

When we give our cells the minerals and trace elements we need, they can function properly, and we feel well, balanced, and beautiful.

Essential are magnesium, selenium, and zinc. You can find them in pink Himalayan salt, nuts, seeds, seeds, raw cocoa, dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes, figs, algae, blueberries, and mulberries — nourishment and strengthening for hair, skin, and nails.

5. Low glycemic index – Sugar-free for a radiant complexion

High-sugar foods feed fungi such as candida and harmful bacteria in the gut. On the other hand, if you eat foods with a low glycemic index, fungi and unwanted bacteria cannot colonize the gut. Also, one can counteract the cravings for sweets with fermented foods.

Kefir, kombucha, fermented vegetables, sauerkraut, etc., not only support the digestive tract but also provide a boost of energy and pure radiant skin. Also, they have an immune-enhancing effect and, therefore, even against inflammation. You do not have to avoid the sweet taste completely; you can use Stevia and dates.

Above all, it is crucial to consciously reduce and avoid consuming conventional sugar. Try it out and watch your mood, energy level, and skin.

6. Amino Acids – Ensure Firm Tissue

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins in our body. We need 23 out of 400 amino acids for the production of body tissue, i.e., skin, hair, nails, and muscles. They are essential for transporting nutrients; they form enzymes and hormones.

So healthy bodies are dependent on amino acids: fast metabolism, cell growth, cell renewal, and lean muscle. We can find many essential amino acids in dark leafy greens, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, quinoa, broccoli, amaranth, buckwheat, oats, kale, avocados, and Kitchari (a dish of brown rice and mung beans).

7. Probiotics – Health promotes glowing skin

Two-thirds of your immune system is in the gut. There lies the real foundation of health, contentment, and charisma. Fermented food contains valuable enzymes and probiotics that our intestinal flora needs. Food is better digested, ingested, and excreted.

Include yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, tempeh, miso, fermented vegetables, kefir, etc., in the diet.

8. Adaptogens. –

Stress is a trigger of cell death, aging, limp and dull skin, hair loss, acne, and weight gain. The body does not distinguish between emotional, mental, or environmental stress.

With adaptogenic plants or fungi, we can defend ourselves against this stress. The forces of plants such as Chaga, Ashwagandha, Maca, Reishi, and Ginseng support the body’s homeostasis. When our nervous, hormonal, and immune systems are balanced and strengthened, it expresses itself also externally.

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  • Reply Holly at

    Yes! It is so important to eat the right foods!
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    • Reply admin at

      Right. Holly,
      the right nutritions make beautiful from inside out.
      Thank you for your comment

  • Reply Elise Ho at

    I love David Wolfe. he gives such solid no-nonsense advice. It is (almost) all easy to understand and simple to make a part of your life.
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    • Reply admin at

      You are right, Elise
      I too like his advice which feels natural and it is possible to simply integrate into everyday life.
      Thank you

  • Reply Kimberly Nickson at

    Low glycemic index foods are indeed beneficial to your overall health including the gut and skin. Candida, bacterium, and viruses feed on sugar (high glycemic foods). Thanks for sharing this!
    Kimberly Nickson recently posted…Low Carb Pumpkin Waffles – Keto Breakfast For Fall!My Profile

    • Reply admin at

      Hi Kimberly,
      I am glad you agree and right all kind of viruses and bacterium feeds on High glycemic food.
      A healthy gut is the most important for our health which also shows on the skin.
      Thank you

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