During the various changes of season, especially when the transition takes place with a colder season, our skin is put under a though test; wind, rain and lower temperatures are just some of the factors that contribute to making our skin more dull and opaque. In addition, we are more inclined to consume comfort foods which are certainly good for the heart and taste buds, a little less for the dermis.
In this period it therefore becomes essential to provide the right amount of vitamins, proteins and antioxidants in order to give us a boost of general energy beneficial for the whole body.
But what are the foods to be eaten to help us?
Surely we must avoid as much as possible all those rich in saturated fats and sugars which do nothing but weigh down both the liver and the stomach; green light therefore to seasonal fruit and vegetables which, in the case of the autumn-winter period, correspond to grapes, apples, chestnuts, almonds, blueberries, walnuts, kiwis, tangerines, oranges, persimmons if we are talking about fruit and squash, mushrooms, beets, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, artichokes, potatoes, if we talk about vegetables; and this is just to name a few. The benefits?