Eat Yourself Gorgeous…with IsoWhey!

Lookin' GoodWe all know eating the right food and drink makes you healthier, but it can also make you more beautiful.

Eating three portions of yellow fruit and veg every day can make you more attractive


according to a new study by the University of St Andrews, which revealed it took just six weeks for women to notice their skin was firmer and had a glow.

It’s all down to the natural pigments called carotenoids, found in foods like tomatoes, carrots and oranges, which gives them their colour.

They boost skin tone, slow down ageing and stop toxins making it look dull and pasty.

Celebrities like Katy Perry and Gwyneth Paltrow are all said to have tweaked their diet to boost beauty.

Lots of anti-ageing products are a mix of the ingredients you’ll find in the foods you eat every day, including eggs, oats and oily fish, but also of course in IsoWhey!

So save yourself some money on posh products and eat your way to sparkling eyes, glossy hair and gorgeous looking skin!

For a natural face-lift

What you need: Vitamin E

Where you’ll find it: Oats, IsoWhey

Celeb fan: Jennifer Lopez

Rick Hay, an international nutritionalist says: “Oats contain the complex carbohydrates we need for energy, plus B vitamins, vitamin E, fibre, selenium and calcium, which all help to give the body some powerful ­anti-ageing protection.”

Eating oats can also help boost the production of baby skin cells, which keep your complexion firm and plump, acting just like a natural face-lift! They also work by stimulating the immune system.

For healthy teeth and gums

What you need: Zinc

Where you’ll find it: Black and green tea, IsoWhey

Celeb fan: Angelina Jolie

Zinc helps build strong bones, keeps our gums pink and healthy, and prevents gum disease.

Swap your normal cuppa for redbush tea. It’s caffeine-free, which means you can drink more of it and unlike ordinary tea and coffee, it won’t stain your teeth.

Or try Twinnings Australian afternoon tea, and keep it partriotic!

For sparkling, bright eyes

What you need: Vitamin B12 and lutein

Find it in: Eggs

Celeb fan: Cheryl Cole

They are protein packed and contain lutein, an ingredient the body can’t make, but our eyes need it. Eggs are also a great source of vitamin B12 or riboflavin that keeps eyes bright.

if you can, try starting the day with scrambled eggs tossed with cherry tomatoes, which contain the vitamins the body needs to absorb protein.

For less cellulite

What you need: Vitamin A

Find it in: Avocado, IsoWhey

Celeb fan: Gwyneth Paltrow

This food is made up of good-for-you oils including oleic acid that acts as a natural moisturiser.

and according to many nutritionalists they also have a clever alkalising effect on the body that helps stop the breakdown of cells that make skin sag as well prevent toxin build-up that can lead to cellulite.

For stronger, healthy nails

What you need: Vitamin D

Find it in: Fish

Celeb fan: Liz Hurley

Better known as the sunshine vitamin, oily fish like salmon and mackerel, also contain omega-3 fatty acids that keep the nail bed healthy and speed up growth.

Vitamin D works with calcium to help nails grow long and stops them from splitting.

Try to include three portions of oily fish in your diet each week.

For glossy locks

What you need: Selenium

Find it in: Bananas, IsoWhey

Celeb fan: Katy Perry

A must for super-shiny, glossy-looking hair. This trace mineral may help the thyroid promote healthy hair growth and keep it healthy.

You can find it in lots of foods, including cheese, chicken, brazil nuts and bananas. Freeze a banana for two hours – the result tastes like ice-cream.

For less wrinkles

What you need: Betacarotene

Find it in: Oranges

Celeb fan: Penelope Cruz

One of nature’s best antioxidants, it’s the betacarotene and vitamin A that helps to prevent toxin damage. It helps build collagen, the network under the skin that keeps it looking young, and speeds up the delivery of oxygen to skin cells helping to keep your complexion looking fresh.

Make your own wrinkle-smoothing IsoWhey smoothie by mixing red berries, an orange and a tub of natural yoghurt, with a flavour of your choice!

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