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Beauty Food Recipe - Eat Your Way to Gorgeous Skin


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Try this delicious beauty food recipe for a healthy glow from the inside out.


Do you want healthy and glowing skin? Try eating for beauty. It is one of the most effective methods for achieving radiance at any age. Our appearance reflects our health so regularly consuming skin-loving foods is a great way to encourage healthy skin from within. I have prepared a tasty and nutrient-dense recipe for you that is packed with beauty-supportive ingredients. Did you know that cod fish is a fantastic beauty food? It's a tasty fish I regularly consume because it is so nourishing. Enjoy this tasty beauty food recipe


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Cod Fish Beauty Benefits


This beauty food recipe is packed with skin loving nutrients:


  • Rich amino acids, such as glycine and proline, ,support collagen synthesis.

  • Rich in B vitamins, especially B6. B vitamins assist the body in metabolizing foods and releasing energy from food.

  • Rich in selenium which protects DNA

  • Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids to support skin health

  • Rich in vitamin E which helps to minimize the signs of premature aging

  • Rich in phosphorus for a healthy glow.

  • Rich in lean protein



I prepared this recipe in my favorite Non Toxic Cookware because what we cook our food in is just as important as what we eat.


Many conventional cookware brands on the market can be a source of daily toxin exposure and can accelerate the biological aging process. Every time we cook, we potentially increase our toxin intake, which can negatively influence our appearance. Yikes! That's not what we want when creating healthy dishes to nourish our health.


Cookware made from Teflon, nonstick, aluminum, and ceramic-coated cookware can add to the body's toxic load. Nonstick cookware contains a manmade chemical called perfluorooctanoic acid, which stays in the human body for a long time accumulating in the air in your home. While aluminum cookware is highly reactive & leaches into food.


It has been shown that these toxins are linked to cancer, liver damage, infertility, delays in growth development, neurotoxicity, high cholesterol, Alzheimer’s, thyroid issues, Inflammation, weakened immune system, allergies, etc.


Learning how to reduce the number of toxins we interact with daily is critical to supporting a healthy appearance.


I love Xtrema Cookware They are a non toxic 100% pure ceramic cookware line. I have used their cookware for almost nine years. I have their pans, pots, wok, bakeware, and tea kettle. They are high quality and worth the investment.

You can find the nontoxic cookware that I use for all my cooking here


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Beauty Food Recipe


Ingredients

1 cup of Zucchini zoodles 1/2 bunch asparagus (sliced in half lengthwise) 3 Tablespoons garlic sliced 3 Tablespoons olive oil 1 cup heirloom Cherry tomatoes sliced in half 1/2 cup of white wine 4 Tablespoons chopped parsley 7 oz cod fillet


Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees

  2. Add 1 tablespoon of garlic and 1 tablespoon of olive oil to the saute pan over medium heat.

  3. When garlic begins to sizzle, add the zoodles, cook for 4 minutes, remove from heat place on a serving dish

  4. Salt and pepper the cod fillet, add to another pan that is heated on medium heat, and cook for 3 minutes.

  5. Flip the filet, then add garlic, tomatoes, asparagus, parsley, and white wine

  6. Place in a 400-degree oven for 10 minutes.

  7. Remove from the oven, Salt & pepper to taste, and serve over the Zoodles


Enjoy! I hope you enjoy this delicious and nutritious recipe. Cheers to healthy cooking.



author jessica rose jessica rose wellness


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