January 27, 2021

GIVEAWAY & Spotlight: Face Food

 

 

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Book TitleFACE FOOD: Eat Your Way to Tighter Brighter Younger Looking Skin by Gregory Landsman
CategoryAdult Non-Fiction (18 yrs +),  67 pages
Genre: Beauty & Grooming; Health & Wellness; Self Help
PublisherHill of Content Publishing
Release date:   December 2018
Content RatingG.

GIVE YOURSELF A NUTRITIONAL FACE LIFT – EAT YOUR WAY TO TIGHTER, BRIGHTER, YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN!

THE MOST POWERFUL ANTI-AGING INGREDIENTS CAN BE FOUND IN THE FOODS WE EAT. FACE FOOD IS FULL OF EASY TO MAKE RECIPES WITH FOOD SECRETS THAT ACHIEVE TIGHTER, BRIGHTER, YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN.

FACE FOOD can do for your skin what no expensive beauty cream can – it will show you how to give yourself a nutritional face lift. Find out how kidney beans plump and smooth the skin, a handful of almonds can give skin a healthy glow and how the little sardine reduces wrinkles and prevents age spots. FACE FOOD features easy to make recipes, revealing the most important natural foods, full of powerful age defying vitamins and minerals that are essential to nurturing and protecting your skin’s collagen - the key to keeping the skin firm and elastic.

Optimise the health of your skin with recipes to:
• Counteract the aging process
• Stimulate and protect collagen
• Tighten skin and improve elasticity
• Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
• Protect skin with natural antioxidants
• Increase the thickness and suppleness of skin
• Restore skin radiance

Attaining youthful looking skin has never been more simple or effective!

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Q1. DOES FOOD HAVE THE CAPACITY TO HELP REDUCE AND PREVENT PREMATURE AGING?

 

One of the major factors that contribute to a healthy, youthful complexion is to eat nutrient rich foods that support, protect and revitalise our skin. Some of the most powerful anti aging ingredients can be found in the foods we eat. But the added benefit of these foods is that many of them lower the stress hormone cortisol, which I call the wrinkle-causing hormone. When it comes to preventing premature aging, you want to reduce cortisol on a daily basis and keep reducing it with positive lifestyle practices. Good nutrition is a powerful way to do this. 

 

Q2. WHY DO YOU RECOMMEND BEING MORE CONSCIOUS OF YOUR EATING HABITS WHEN YOU ARE STRESSED? 

 

Eating when you are stressed impacts the body’s ability to digest food and deprives your skin of the nutrients it needs to stay healthy, strong and vital. When we are suffering from stress overload, blood and oxygen flow to the stomach decreases, making it more difficult for our bodies to digest food and absorb the nutrients efficiently.  

 

This means we need to be discerning about what and how we eat. Eating on the run when we are time poor is a recipe for poor digestion and if we are eating low nutrient food, this is a double dose of stress for the body that does nothing good for our health or our skin. 

 

To support better digestion before we eat, it is worth taking the time to relax the body with some deep breathing. This supports a state of ‘rest and digest’ when we sit down to eat.

 

Q3. WHAT ARE YOUR FAVOURITE VEGETABLES FOR FEEDING THE SKIN? 

 

Spinach and kale are great for the skin. They are rich in Vitamin C, which helps boost collagen. However, something that is not commonly known is that to reap the full skin benefits from ‘greens’ you need virgin olive oil. This helps assimilate and carry the nutrients throughout the body. So consider pouring a little extra virgin olive oil over your greens when you are ready to serve them to ensure you are getting all of their skin-building nutrients.

 

Q4. THERE IS A CURRENT CRAZE THAT ADVOCATES THE BENEFITS OF BONE BROTH. DOES IT SUPPORT THE SKIN TO LOOK YOUNGER?

 

I am a firm believer in the benefits of bone broth. In fact I like to call it a beauty broth! While it is tasty to drink, it also does amazing things for the skin. The process of cooking the bones breaks down their collagen and forms gelatin, which is full of amino acids, glycine, proline and hydroxyproline. 

 

Our body absorbs these amino acids and uses them to create new collagen in our skin. This improves moisture levels, skin elasticity and firmness and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. 

 

Keep in mind that the best way to boost collagen is to eat the nutrients that protect and stimulate collagen production. 

 

Q5. WHAT IS ONE OF THE VERY BEST THINGS TO EAT IF YOUR SKIN IS VERY DRY AND YOU HAVE WRINKLES APPEARING?

 

Eating fish is a powerful way to help hydrate, plump up the skin and smooth out fine lines from the inside out. Salmon, sardines and tuna are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids. Fatty acids are a good healthy fat that protects the skin cells and supports the structure of the skin. Eating food full of fatty acids or taking them as supplements is essential for healthy skin, as the body cannot make them on its own. 

 

Adding fish to our diet 3-4 times a week is a great way to top up our intake of fatty acids, adding moisture to our skin and helping to reduce fine lines. 

 

Tip: if you are eating sardines I recommend purchasing those that are canned in water, as they are more likely to retain all the nutrients.

 

 

Q6. WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE THING TO COOK?

 

I love to cook food that is simple, tasty and quick to make, that delivers big flavours and health benefits, and also supports the body to counteract premature aging. 

 

One of my favourite dishes to make is a curry with all of the condiments. It is hearty and delicious, but most importantly the spices are full of anti oxidants and skin building nutrients. 

 

It is a dish with great versatility, as you can add most vegetables, lentils or beans, and any meat or meat substitute, making it something that most people can enjoy. 

 

The beauty and flexibility of natural foods is that you can prepare vitamin and mineral enriched recipes to revive and boost the health of your skin for every taste. 

 

 

To receive a free copy of Gregory’s e-book, STOP SKIN AGING PREMATURELY, which includes a list of the most powerful cortisol lowering foods that help reduce stress and wrinkles go to: https://gregorylandsman.com/ 


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Check Out The Entire 10 Years Younger Series:

The complete solution to PREMATURE AGING. The simple, effective, science-based methods in these three books give everyone the opportunity to achieve younger, healthier looking skin at any age…for next to nothing!
  • Get your skin back on track after the holidays with the most powerful anti-aging ingredients found in everyday foods.
  • Fulfill a new years resolution to look your best self at every age with simple effective methods to achieve younger, healthier looking skin that will take years off the face.
  • Spend some time nurturing yourself and take years off your face for next to nothing.
  • This new year get the same results as expensive cremes without having to leave your kitchen.

Each book stands alone, focusing on a different method to achieving younger looking skin i.e. Face Value - DIY topical treatments; Face Fitness - facial exercise; and Face Food - anti-aging foods). Together they represent the ultimate guide to younger, healthier and more vital looking skin at any age.

 “With knowledge and know how we can counteract and prevent premature aging, as small changes make a big difference to the way we age over time.”
Gregory Landsman

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Gregory Landsman is one of the most noted global beauty and wellness experts in the world, a best selling author of nine books, and a TV host who specializes in using food to take years off the face naturally.

Having worked in the beauty industry for 30+ years Gregory believes that looking youthful goes well beyond waging war on wrinkles, and that how we age is 100% controllable. His natural methods are used globally by models, shown in universities and recommended by doctors.

Often referred to as ‘The Beauty Advisor’, Gregory’s books and global TV program Face Lifting Food show viewers how to create quick skin-boosting meals and powerful skin treatments using everyday foods to achieve younger, healthier looking skin at any age.


Gregory is a strong voice for inclusion. His book, Faith Lifting Prayers is a celebration of humanity and captures his journey of extremes; from Apartheid South Africa to working at the height of the fashion industry, and his fundamental discovery that regardless of what we do, how we look cannot be separated from how we feel. This is why all of his books, even those about looking younger, all feature his own quotes and philosophy about the importance of feeling good in our skin. His book A Lifetime of BEAUTY also shares messages for early teens and middle years about embracing our differences and our individuality; finding happiness; and standing strong in a world that often judges us for the way we look. This book is endorsed for inclusion in the education system.

connect with the author:  website ~ podcast ~ goodreads
 

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