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Superfoods You Should Be Eating This Holiday Season

Dec 19, 2017
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Every holiday menu is filled with lots of sweet treats. Caramel, apple cider and tons of recipes that include marshmallows to make the soul feel warm and fuzzy inside. All these ingredients may taste good and can be very tempting, but they are not good for your skin and overall health. To keep your body jolly and full of energy, it’s essential to eat foods that keep your digestive system healthy. Besides your daily dose of vitamins and supplements, like your favorite Beauty Concentrate Supplement from A Complete, these superfoods should be on your holiday menu to keep your skin glowing.


1. Sweet Potatoes:

These baked potatoes are full of nutrition. According to,  one medium size potato contains 438%  of Vitamin A  and generally just 105 calories! Vitamin A is rich in retinol and “beta-carotene” that protect your skin from UV sun damage and slows signs of aging. So the more sweet potatoes you eat, the more you natural “sunscreen” you are putting into your body.

2. Brussel Sprouts:

This vegetable will be trending in 2018. Mark our words. They are delicious and oh so filling baked and served alone. They include highly concentrated amounts Vitamin C which is perfect for helping increase the natural amounts of collagen in your skin. Collagen also increases your skin’s elasticity and a youthful appearance.

3. Celery:

Commonly known as a snack food, Celery is full of ingredients for your skin’s melanin. To help brighten your skin, remove dark spots and rough patches, incorporate more celery into your daily diet. You can also DIY a celery mask if you are creative!

4. Beets:  

Beetle juice may or may not be a thing now that we are obsessed with the health of our skin. And since we are on the the topic, beets contain a high source of folate that protects against anti-aging. So whether you are eating beets in your salad or blending them in a juice, make your you have at least 3-5 servings a week.  

5. Quinoa:

This is perhaps one of the few grains that helps moisturize the skin. This Latin-American treat contains nine amino acids in just one serving.  


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