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Change Your Skin with These 4 Strategies

Start your day on an empty stomach with greens (1)

Save your skin from inside out by following these 4 tips

  1. Fueled breakfast
  2. Daily greens on empty stomach
  3. Water & Collagen
  4. Strength Training


Food as fuel

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Daily Greens SuperFoods

  1. improve immunity. Healthy immune function is dependent upon getting an appropriate amount of vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A, C, B12, B9, B5, and B6, as well as minerals iron, iodine, selenium, and copper.
  2. improve mental clarity. Normal cognitive function relies on adequate intake of vitamins, minerals, and the important plant compounds called polyphenols. A diet rich in vegetables and fruit is integral to getting enough of these micronutrients and polyphenols.

The LiveitUp Super Greens is a blend made of 20+ natural superfoods made with organic vegetables, probiotics and digestive enzymes. It’s an easy and convenient way to get a daily dose of some of the key nutrients the human body needs to function well.

Water & Collagen

Collagen is a super supplement. It makes up 40% of bone, 70% of skin and 25% of tendons. It is the most abundant protein in our body.

Type II marine collagen is often considered beneficial for hair, skin, nails, and joints due to its specific properties and composition:

  1. Collagen Type: Type II collagen is the main component of cartilage, which is important for joint health. It provides structure and support to joints, helping to maintain their flexibility and mobility.
  2. Bioavailability: Marine collagen, especially Type II, is known for its high bioavailability, meaning it is easily absorbed and utilized by the body. This makes it effective in providing the necessary building blocks for collagen production in the skin, hair, nails, and joints.
  3. Skin Health: Type II collagen can help improve skin elasticity, hydration, and firmness. It may also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  4. Hair and Nails: Collagen is a major component of hair and nails, and supplementing with Type II marine collagen may help strengthen and improve their appearance.
  5. Joint Health: Type II collagen is particularly beneficial for joint health, as it can help reduce joint pain and inflammation, improve mobility, and support overall joint function.

Strength Training

Incorporating strength training into your routine can help promote healthy, glowing skin alongside its many other health benefits.Strength training can benefit skin health in several ways:

  1. Improved Circulation: Strength training can increase blood flow to the skin, which can help deliver essential nutrients and oxygen to the skin cells, promoting a healthy complexion.
  2. Collagen Production: Strength training stimulates the production of collagen, a protein that helps maintain the skin’s elasticity and firmness. This can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin.
  3. Reduced Inflammation: Regular strength training can help reduce inflammation in the body, which can contribute to skin conditions like acne and eczema.
  4. Detoxification: Sweating during strength training can help detoxify the skin by flushing out toxins and impurities from the pores, which can improve skin clarity and reduce breakouts.
  5. Stress Reduction: Strength training can help reduce stress levels, which can have a positive impact on skin health. High stress levels can contribute to skin issues like acne and eczema.

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Written by: Nishi Bhonsle

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