7 Foods to Make you Look and Feel Good (you’ll love growing them, too!)

January 11, 2021 |

Do you believe in the saying, “You are what you eat?” This is definitely true! If you eat healthy foods and stay active then you can greatly reduce your chances of disease. However, when you eat foods that are high in cholesterol and salt, your body will be at high risk of getting diseases. For sure, you’ll definitely choose to maintain overall health and wellness. The best way to do that is to go for good foods. A beautiful healthy body not only means to have a pleasing physical look, it starts from within. To help you look good and feel good, these 7 foods should be included in your daily diet.

Green tea

Green tea contains polyphenols that prevent sun damage and help improve the elasticity of the skin’s outer layer. Some studies also reveal that green tea can prevent certain kinds of cancer. This is why it is recommended to drink green 1-3 cups a day. Chinese people have high regard for the beauty and health benefits of green tea. Img Photo by Mareefe from Pexels


Avocados are rich in B vitamins, the nutrients that are effective in nourishing the skin. This fruit is also popularly used as a beauty regimen nowadays. Its Vitamin B3, (also known as niacin) acts as an inflammatory agent and helps in smoothing reddish and patchy skin. It is also a great addition to your diet because it promotes healthy digestion as well. Img Image by Silverstylus from Pixabay

Green and healthy veggies

A lot of us are already aware of the benefits of green leafy vegetables. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients which are good for your body. Green, leafy vegetables help in removing toxins from the body. Individuals who eat more fruits and vegetables are proven to have a slower ageing process. Include more green and leafy vegetables in your daily diet and you'll have a healthier life for sure! Img Image by Jill Wellington from Pixabay


Soybeans are a great source of proteins that convert amino acids during the process of digestion. These proteins help repair the skin cells and collagen beneath the skin. Soybeans also provide essential fatty acids that moisturize the skin naturally. It also has magnesium, iron, zinc. calcium, B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber.

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Tomatoes are known to be good for the heart. Not only that, tomato paste with olive oil is proven to help prevent sunburn in just 10 weeks, according to medical experts. Tomatoes are rich in antioxidants and carotenoids like beta-carotene and lycopene. Lycopene can help prevent cellular damage from free radicals. It is advisable to cook tomatoes with olive oil to make sure lycopene is released. Img Image by Couleur from Pixabay


Stay refreshed and rehydrated each day with a bite of watermelon. Watermelon is rich in citrulline that can be converted to arginine. Arginine flushes ammonia and toxins in the body. It also has lycopene which fights free radicals leading to healthy and young-looking skin. It’s perfect for those warm summer days! We love eating this sweet, soft, and pulpy fruit at Plant3r. For sure, you’ll love eating it too! Img Image by congerdesign from Pixabay


Ever heard that nuts can also help to achieve beautiful skin? Yes, it’s true! The oil found in various kinds of nuts helps in moisturizing the skin. They also contain Vitamin E that aids in protecting the skin from damage and premature aging. The fats found in most types of nuts are known to be good fats; they are called monosaturated and polyunsaturated. As long as you take them in moderation, there’s nothing to worry about. Img Image by piviso from Pixabay

You can grow these plants and many others with good guidance. If you’re uncertain about how to get started, then Plant3r is here to assist. To find out more about this, head up to our website now.

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