Beauty, HEALTHY EATING

(VIDEO) Diet Mistakes That Give You Wrinkles + Anti-Aging Foods for Great Skin

 

Hey ladies!

On today’s latest episode I’ll be sharing 3 very common and very, very bad diet mistakes and eating habits that can lead to skin damage, more advanced skin aging, and premature wrinkles. *Spoiler Alert: for those of you who can’t contain your excitement want a little sneak preview, the diet mistakes to avoid are as follows: 1) eating too much sugar, 2) not eating enough protein, and 3) eating fried foods.

To learn exactly how these diet mistakes damage your skin severely from the inside out, and simple ways to not make these mistakes and ultimately keep your skin looking healthy, beautiful and flawless, just press PLAY below.

Also, as mentioned in the video, make sure you check out the lists of high protein foods below. And if you’re looking for an awesome, high-quality and very yummy nutrition supplement designed specifically to promote healthy hair, skin, and nails –  check out Beauty Protein, which is available in both original and vegan formula at the FitBeauty Shop.

Enjoy the video and stay beautiful! – Doc

 

 

Click here to watch this video on YouTube.

 

 

15 High Protein Food Sources (General)

  1. Eggs – Protein: 6 gramsper egg
  2. Greek Yogurt – Protein: 23 g per 8 oz. serving
  3. Cottage Cheese – Protein:14 g per 1/2 cup serving
  4. Swiss Cheese – Protein:8 g per 1 oz. serving
  5. Milk, 2% – Protein:8 g per 1 cup serving
  6. Steak (Top Or Bottom Round) – Protein: 23 g per 3 oz. serving
  7. Ground Beef (95% Lean) – Protein: 18 g per 3 oz. serving
  8. Pork Chops (Boneless) – Protein: 26 g per 3 oz. serving
  9. Chicken Breast (Boneless And Skinless) – Protein: 24 g per 3 oz. serving
  10. Turkey Breast – Protein: 24 g per 3 oz. serving
  11. Yellowfin Tuna – Protein: 25 g per 3 oz. serving
  12. Tilapia – Protein: 21 g per 3 oz. serving
  13. Dried Lentils – Protein: 13 g per 1/4 cup serving
  14. Canadian Bacon – Protein: 15 g per 3 oz. serving
  15. Wheat Germ – Protein: 6 g per 1 oz. serving

 

15 High Protein Food Sources (Vegetarians/Vegans)

  1. Quinoa – Protein: 8 grams per 1 cup serving, cooked
  2. Buckwheat – Protein: 6 gramsper 1 cup serving, cooked
  3. Edamame – Protein: 8 g per 1/2 cup serving
  4. Hemp Seed – Protein, per tablespoon: 3.3 grams — Love hemp seed? For a healthy dose hemp seed and other key nutrients for healthy hair, skin, and nails, check out Beauty Protein Vegan at the FitBeauty Shop.
  5. Amaranth – Protein, per ½ cup: 4.67 grams
  6. Ezekiel Bread – Protein: 8 gramsper 2 slice serving
  7. Chia Seeds – Protein, per tablespoon: 2.5 grams
  8. Hummus – Protein, per egg: 6 grams
  9. Spinach – Protein per cup, cooked: 5 grams
  10. Sundried Tomatoes – Protein per cup: 6 grams
  11. Guava – Protein per cup: 4.2 grams
  12. Artichokes – Protein per medium vegetable: 4.2 grams
  13. Peas – Protein per cup: 8 grams
  14. Beans – Protein per 1/2 cup: 7-10 grams
  15. Peanut butter – Protein per 2 tablespoons: 7 grams