You know that old axiom “beauty starts from within”? Well, in the case of your skin it’s 100% true—which is one of the reasons the blend my day range is packed with vitamins and superfood ingredients. What we eat has a direct effect on our skin and eating a healthy diet full of healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamin C, and amino acids can mean the difference between a fresh, glowing complexion and a tired, puffy one. Here are six superfoods packed with nutrients that directly benefit your skin and each of our oatbowls and smoothies that include them. Read on.


These bad boys might be small but they pack a powerful nutritional punch. They contain large amounts of dietary fibre and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as high-quality protein and several essential minerals and antioxidants. They are actually the best known fruit source of omega-3, which works to reduce inflammation. As they can absorb up to 10 x their weight in liquid, they quickly create a sensation of fullness which is great for weight management.

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While lemon juice might not be the key to curing cancer, some studies show that citrus limonoids may inhibit the development of certain tumors. Vitamin C might also help fight the formation of free radicals, which are known to cause cancer.
Lemon juice is a natural antiseptic that can help keep your skin clear when applied topically.  

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Camu Camu is a sour berry native of the Amazon. It has the highest Vitamin C content of any plant in the world (60 times more than oranges!) which can boost the immune system and protect the body from many diseases and stress. Camu also contains potent antioxidants making it a true beauty-boosting food.

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Goji berries have been a staple in traditional medicine for centuries to improve vitality, energy and longevity. With 12 times more antioxidant than blueberries, more Vitamin C than oranges and more iron than spinach, it’s no wonder these berries top the charts of the most nutrient-dense foods. They're also known to help with the ageing process and - less well known - an excellent source of plant-based complete protein.

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Native to the Amazon region, amazing acai berries are jam-packed with antioxidants - actually more than any other food on the planet, including red wine, blueberries and dark chocolate.Its superhero compound is anthocyanin, which is renowned for its protective, anti-ageing benefits. Naturally low in sugars and calories, acai is rich in healthy fats, fibre, cholesterol-fighting phytosterols and amino acids.

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Guarana has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties, making it a common additive in cosmetic products. It may aid blood flow to your skin, reduce damage linked to aging and minimize undesirable features, such as saggy skin and wrinkles.
Guarana can also allow you to focus more, as evidenced by its use in energy drinks. This can also help combat the symptoms of fatigue, helping keep you alert for longer.

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Maca was long ago used by Peruvian warriors to increase their strength and endurance. It is known for its adaptogenic properties, helping the body adjust to stress, build up resistance to disease and support immunity. A natural energy booster maca has also been know to boost the libido.

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This blue-green algae is considered one of the most nutrient-dense foods on earth. Gram for gram, it packs more protein than red meat, contains all the essential fatty acids your body needs, and also provides tons of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. It may help prevent plaque buildup in the arteries, lower blood pressure and boost immune system.

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