In this video, Dr. Ann talks about which foods are best for achieving beautiful skin.
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Rebecca Fox: The quest for beautiful skin has become illusive as the search for the Mythical Eldorado, billions of dollars are spent each year on or a creams, mask, peels and microderms and yet they’re doesn’t seem to be any silver bullet. But perhaps we are going about the skin care routine backwards. How can wellness expert Dr. Ann Kulze popularly know as Dr. Ann is here today to talk about achieving healthy radiant skin by focusing on what we put into our bodies rather than we put into it. Dr. Ann Kulze: Absolutely. Rebecca Fox: Dr. Ann how is that possible to eat for a healthy radiant skin? Dr. Ann Kulze: First of all one of my favorite things to do as a healthy wellness expert is to teach people how delicious that is to boost your health and the body and your beauty at the same time. And in my opinion, food the right food providing unparallel means to do just that, in the key to radiant youthful, beautiful skin are really three things is decreasing oxidation, is decreasing inflammation and its boosting blood flow. And know that there are a handful of foods that just pop right up offer the page as being wow super stars. And first and foremost let’s talk about blueberry, blueberries they are just chuck full of age defying nutrients and goodness and first of all they have 12 different vitamins and minerals, they are so delicious, they’re so beautiful, a cup of blueberries only has 60 calories but really with lunches blueberries into the round of superstar them for youthfulness is something called anthocyanin pigments and they’re what give blueberries there deep blue rich color. Rebecca Fox: Now, I’m trying to watch my wallet of these days, so can I buy frozen blueberries will that the same? Dr. Ann Kulze: Absolutely frozen are just that good if not better then fresh and again this anthocyanin pigments has some of the most potent antioxidant and anti- inflammatory powers she get that’s for one or two punch. So fresh, frozen whatever way works for you they are actually delicious and I include berries in my life each and everyday, alright. Rebecca Fox: How many do I need to eat a day? Dr. Ann Kulze: You know as much as, I guess your budgets allows but I think there is tons of goodness in a half cup which is equivalent to a serving right. And some cereals you them in a smoothie or just pumping right out and eat them like a snack. Rebecca Fox: Okay. Dr. Ann Kulze: That’s a simple and easy and delicious. Next we have salmon, salmon this is red sakay salmon and you know you can get and this is wild, wild Alaskan salmon. You can get long salmon a few months or a year fresh always frozen but most of the time frozen and always in the can and what makes salmon so special for its defying power is that fact that it has more Omega-3 fats than any other foods and Omega-3 fats that sugar that have rocket it to the four front most people are hearing about Omega-3 fats that sort of the darling of the healthy fat world. And there are really three reasons, they are particularly good for this can. The first is, the Omega-3 fats provide 7 separate benefits of the healthier arteries. So, mention earlier is all about boosting blood flow, good blood flow so we have 7 different ways that salmon can actually improve blood flow. The second thing is that Omega-3 fats are really are your body’s only in ate anti-inflammatory agent, meaning all of the anti-inflammatory mediators that your body produces are made from Omega-3 fats. So, it doesn’t make sense to you wow I need to get lot so them. Rebecca Fox: Right. Dr. Ann Kulze: Go ahead. Rebecca Fox: So how much do I need to eat to see result, I mean I want to see results in like seven days like the whitening strips, three days minimum. Dr. Ann Kulze: you know sometimes are go in a little jog if I had to look particularly good and all have salmon every single day but to give prospective I really do think if you include salmon two to three times a week your doi
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