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The latest views, news and research for people who like to eat well and be healthy
Metabolic Balance®: Feed Your Skin
This Metabolic Balance client gives her verdict,
"I must admit I do keep getting compliments on my skin and its all down to the eating plan."
 
 Metabolic Balance® is the ultimate healthy-eating plan to nurture your whole body: skin, hair, bones, brain, heart, immune system and gut. It's personalised lifestyle medicine for the 21st Century.
Book a Metabolic Balance® diagnostic consultation to find out more.
 
A skin-Friendly Breakfast
All of the recipes on my NutriNatters blog are designed to be anti-inflammatory i.e.  based on foods to nourish cells and enhance immune system function.  Here's a small selection for you to enjoy:
Start the day with a breakfast packed with nuts and seeds. This easy to make granola is naturally sweetened and will set you up for the day. Pour on home-made almond milk made with just three ingredients.  Before long, you'll be glowing with health!
 
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Eat Your Way to Healthy Skin

Your skin is amazing: it's a complex organ reflecting your overall health.  If you want healthy-looking skin and a glowing complexion, it has  to be nurtured from within.  Expensive skin creams can't match the skin-enhancing properties of many everyday foods. Invest in these skin-friendly nutrients and see the difference in your complexion two to three months down the line. Are you ready for this 3-step challenge?
 
Skin Food
  • Eat your greens!  Advice from the University of St. Andrew’s is to eat more vegetables and fruit containing carotenoids.  These compounds impart orange, red and yellow pigments to carrots, sweet potato, squashes and apricots; they are also found in many dark green vegetables such as spinach and kale. Students in the study who ate just two extra portions of vegetables and fruit a day developed a healthy and attractive skin tone over a six-week period
  • Are you eating enough fat? Unless you regularly eat oily fish, nuts and seeds, your skin could be crying out for the natural oils that keep it soft, smooth and supple. Serve a colourful mixture of  stir-fried vegetables with salmon for a skin-friendly meal
  • It may be obvious but we all forget to do it! Water is essential to flush out impurities and keep skin hydrated. If you're one of the many people whose water intake is low, having a few more glasses of water a day could make a noticeable difference to your complexion (not to mention your energy levels). 
Here's what a few of my clients say about their experience of nutritional therapy for skin health:

 
" Within two weeks my eczema had improved immensely."
 "And just three months later my skin rashes have disappeared."
 
Individual Advice for Healthy Skin
Rosacea, acne, dry skin, rashes, itchy skin and eczema are just some of the skin conditions that I see regularly in my clinic. If you'd like some help to improve your skin, take the first step by booking a consultation and filling in the health questionnaire and food diary on the  Consultations page of my web site. Or email me your phone number and I'll call you for a free no-obligation 10-minute chat. 

Yours in good health,

Rita  
 
Rita Carmichael
DipION,FdSC, MBANT, CNHC Registered Nutrition Practitioner and Metabolic Balance® coach
rita@nutrimatters.co.uk

                


 
I'm always pleased to hear from clients old and new. If you have a health concern you would like to discuss in confidence before making an appointment for a nutritional therapy consultation, please get in touch through my web site contact form or send me an email with your phone number to rita@nutrimatters.co.uk.

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Rita Carmichael,Registered Nutritional Therapist DipION, FdSC, mBANT, CNHC
Clinic in Beeston
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