Less berries & cream, more berries & nuts
Cut out the refined sugars and replace them with natural ones. Adding more high fiber berries to your diet can help you lose weight and lower your risk for heart disease, while nuts like walnuts can help reduce LDL, the “bad” cholesterol. For some Vitamin C, try bright winter citrus in a salad for a fresh seasonal lunch. Vitamin C keeps your skin looking young and healthy.
4 - Hydrate, moisturize, repeat
We all know hydration starts from the inside out, so whether you want to use a water tracking app, or keep a mental tally, make sure you’re drinking an adequate amount of water: about 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) a day for men, 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) a day for women, and 65 cups a day if you’re the Hulk (just guessing). And to keep your skin as healthy as possible, add on a face moisturizer. Moisturizing everyday reduces dry and/or oily skin and helps prevent skin conditions like acne. These harsh winter months tend not to be the friendliest on your skin. Show it some love and you’ll reap the benefits.