The Talk: Peggy Kotsopoulos
How you eat can affect how you look and feel, as you may have already learned from Dr Oz. In the day’s Talk Takeaway: Nutrition segment, nutritionist Peggy Kotsopoulos explained how your food choices can make your skin more beautiful. Try her coffee cellulite scrub and more natural remedies.
The Talk: Peggy K’s Kitchen Cures
The host of Peggy K’s Kitchen Cures joined The Talk co-hosts to give advice about how to get a glowing, smooth skin complexion.
The recommended foods included olives, berries, kiwi, and green juice. Dehydration can wear down your skin, so you want to be sure to stay hydrated. Cucumber skin can strengthen collagen.
Kiwi is a great source of Vitamin C, and olive oil can even be used as a moisturizer.
The Talk: Savi Seeds Review For Great Hair
What can you eat to keep your hair looking great? The answers include avocados, chickpeas, and savi seeds.
Savi seeds are “the highest plant-based source of protein and Omega 3 fatty acids.”
Avocado has biotin to strengthen hair. Chickpeas have a rich level of iron content, as well as copper to prevent premature gray hair.
The Talk: Coffee Cellulite Scrub Recipe
How can you bust through cellulite with your diet choices? Leafy greens, water, and coffee are keys.
Leafy greens can blast out toxins to prevent cellulite; try Swiss chard or kale. Drink a lot of water to stay hydrated and flush out toxins.
Then use coffee grounds for their anti-inflammatory properties. Add olive oil to coffee grounds and apply it to cellulite as a scrub. It can also reduce puffiness on your face.
The Talk: Plump Lips Natural Remedy
To prevent thinning lips with age, you can create a natural remedy. Use olive oil, raw honey, and cinnamon extract.
Combine the ingredients and dip a toothbrush in the mixture. Then scrub your lips for a plumping effect.