1. Vitamin A
Vitamin A is not only a vitamin, but also an antioxidant. It is an important ingredient that helps against the biggest enemy of many people: wrinkles. Okay, not the biggest enemy, but often an annoyance.
In the case of wrinkles, prevention is always better than cure. Especially because wrinkles cannot really be cured. Vitamin A helps with this, so it is very important to get enough.
Good sources of vitamin A include: sweet potato, carrots, spinach and mango.
2. Vitamin C
Vitamin C helps in the production of collagen. This is a type of tissue that helps to keep the skin firm. Collagen is a must to prevent skin aging. Collagen also exists in supplement form, but it is still best to stimulate the body’s own collagen production.
Vitamin C is found in citrus fruits, peppers, broccoli, strawberries, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, kiwis and many more green vegetables and fruits.
3. Vitamin E
Another antioxidant among the vitamins, but really necessary for the skin! If you get enough vitamin E, you also help to keep the Vitamin A level high.
Vitamin E goes well with good fats. It is also mainly found in foods that contain good fats, such as: nuts, seeds, cereal products, margarine and various fruits and vegetables.
4. Vitamin B3
Vitamin B3, or niacin, is very important for the body as a whole. It not only helps to keep your skin healthy, but has a good effect on your brain, nervous system and blood cells. This vitamin mainly helps against the signs of skin aging. Another huge advantage of Vitamin B3 is that it prevents the redness of the skin. It improves the tone of your skin! B3 can be found in chia seeds, tuna, peanuts, mushrooms, salmon and sardines.
We have developed the Energy Booster to supplement your daily vitamins. This provides a natural energy boost with vitamin C, B2,5,6,7, iron, Maca, Mate, Guarana, Chlorella and Ginkgo Biloba! In addition, it gives you extra energy in fatigue and gives a boost to metabolism and normal oxygen transport.