Always feeling your skin looks dull & older than you actually are? Wondering where your “glow” has gone? Putting it all down to life’s stress’ & strains? Hoping you can you get it back? The answer is“ YES!!” & it’s easier than you think. Our skin is the largest organ of the integumentary system (skin, nails, hair) & how we feed it from the inside is reflected on the outside – feed it nutrient dense foods & all your friends will be wondering what treatment you’re getting. But what are the right foods to keep you looking & feeling youthful, full of energy? Our 8-week programme will give the nutritional, movement, restfulness & sleep guidance you need to rediscover your inner “glow” that will shine through.
While multiple factors, including your genetics, hygiene and other lifestyle habits, contribute to the health of your skin, poor nutrition has a detrimental effect on your skin tissue. “Good fats” , are an important component of your diet & play an essential role in your skin’s health. Your skin uses fat to form a waterproof barrier. Essential fatty acids contribute to skin health — omega-6 fatty acids promote healthy skin growth, while omega-3 fatty acids help to prevent dry skin. A poor diet puts you at risk of an omega-3 fatty acid deficiency, and, as a result, you might notice skin and hair problems. Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, maintains your skin’s health. Together with vitamin E, it protects your skin cells from sun damage. Consuming vitamin C also helps you make collagen, a protein important for your skin’s structure. Vitamin D also helps maintain healthy skin. It controls the growth and development of cells in the deep layers of your skin and protects your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. As a result, low vitamin D levels leave you more vulnerable to sun damage, negatively affecting the health of your skin. Zinc deficiencies negatively impact your skin. Normal zinc levels help support healthy skin cell turnover, while zinc deficiency can cause abnormal skin pigmentation, lead to skin lesions and put you at risk of dermatitis. A diet low in selenium — an essential mineral involved in protecting your skin from the sun — can also cause problematic skin conditions. Selenium deficiency can also slow hair growth, leads to hair loss and prevents normal skin cell development.
8 WEEK PROGRAMME INCLUDES
- Initial 1 ½ hr consultation
- Detailed review of 10 day food diary
- A 2nd 1 ½ hr consultation to detail recommendations & set goals
- Personalised nutrition & wellness plan
- 7 x 30- minute weekly consultations to review progress
- Extra support by text/email outside of consultation times
IF YOU HAVE AN EVENT COMING UP THAT YOU WANT TO LOOK YOUR BEST FOR –
You can avail of our new 4 week programme that allows you access to all of the above over a 4
week period with 3 x 30 minute weekly consultations to have you looking & feeling your very best for that special occasion.
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