Programs

Broccoli

One of the most healthy foods on the Palnet, Broccoli has been proven to be an Anti-Cancer agent. It contains high levels of Iron, Calcium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, B vitamins and Fiber. You just can’t eat enough of this stuff for your skin and your total well being!

Papaya

Papaya is loaded with an essential skin elements: Vitamin A, A medium size of papaya contains 6,122 IU’s of vitamin A, which is one of vitamins that most directly contribute to keeping skin’s texture youthful, it also helps your skin fight of infections.

Papaya have the additional advantage of being rich in vitamin C, potassium, and bone-strengthening calcium. Finally they are low calorie.

Fish

It is filled with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins such as D and B2 and also a low-fat high quality protein.Its a great source of minerals, such as iodine, magnesium, iron, zinc, and potassium and rich in phosphorus and calcium.

Yogurt

Yogurt almost has all essential nutrients such as protein, zinc, folic acid, B12 and riboflavin, which helps provide energy to skin cells. What it does’t have is vitamin C and A — but just add fruit, such as srawberries, and you’ve got the perfect skin food.

Oats

The grain gives you two kind of fibre .. insoluble and soluble.

Insoluble fibre keeps you regular and soluble fibre helps stabilize your blood sugar level. Imbalances in blood sugar show up on your skin. Oats keep you on an even keel and keeps nutrtion flowing to your skin all the time.

Red Meat

It contains high value protein and essential micronutrients that are suitable for good health throughout life. It contains essential omega‐3 polyunsaturated fats and other fats too. Present analyses have shown that there has been a significant trend to leaner cuts of meat over the past couple of decades. In general, lean red meat has a relatively rich in protein, is moderate in cholesterol, and is low fat content and many essential minerals and vitamins.

Eggs

One egg has only 5 grams of fat, 75 calories also 7 grams of rich proteins , and 1.6 grams of saturated fat, along with iron, minerals and vitamins. There are different ways to cook and eat the eggs like boiled, fried, omlet, scrambled, white/raw and yolk/raw the rate of nutrient are varies accordingly.

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