Tour and Giveaway for FACE FOOD by Gregory Landsman

FACE FOOD by Gregory Landsman
FACE FOOD by Gregory Landsman

I WANT TO SPOTLIGHT THIS BOOKJoin us for this tour from Jan 25to Feb 12, 2021!

Book Details:
Book Title:  FACE FOOD: Eat Your Way to Tighter Brighter Younger Looking Skin by Gregory Landsman
Category:  Adult Non-Fiction (18 yrs +),  67 pages
Genre: Beauty & Grooming; Health & Wellness; Self Help
Publisher:  Hill of Content Publishing
Release date:   December 2018
Tour dates: Jan 25 to Feb 12, 2021
Content Rating:  G.https://cdn.jwplayer.com/players/pYXMZV67-4aFxnDNm.htmlBook Description:

GIVE YOURSELF A NUTRITIONAL FACE LIFT – EAT YOUR WAY TO TIGHTER, BRIGHTER, YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN!

THE MOST POWERFUL ANTI-AGING INGREDIENTS CAN BE FOUND IN THE FOODS WE EAT. FACE FOOD IS FULL OF EASY TO MAKE RECIPES WITH FOOD SECRETS THAT ACHIEVE TIGHTER, BRIGHTER, YOUNGER LOOKING SKIN.

FACE FOOD can do for your skin what no expensive beauty cream can – it will show you how to give yourself a nutritional face lift. Find out how kidney beans plump and smooth the skin, a handful of almonds can give skin a healthy glow and how the little sardine reduces wrinkles and prevents age spots. FACE FOOD features easy to make recipes, revealing the most important natural foods, full of powerful age defying vitamins and minerals that are essential to nurturing and protecting your skin’s collagen – the key to keeping the skin firm and elastic.

Optimise the health of your skin with recipes to:
• Counteract the aging process
• Stimulate and protect collagen
• Tighten skin and improve elasticity
• Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
• Protect skin with natural antioxidants
• Increase the thickness and suppleness of skin
• Restore skin radiance

Attaining youthful looking skin has never been more simple or effective!
Book Excerpt – Face Food

Book Excerpt – FACE FOOD

FACE FOOD highlights that simple, tasty foods have the ability to flush your face with vitality, improve and change the quality and texture of your skin, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, increase firmness and combat premature aging.

While genetic factors play a major role in the way we age, so does the food that we eat. In fact our diet is one of the great anti-aging secrets to retaining or regaining beautiful skin. It’s all based on the basic principal that building and protecting collagen through the foods we eat is the foundation to healthy, youthful looking skin; as when we increase collagen, wrinkles begin to fade and skin regains its elasticity.

Dealing with faces every day as I have for many years, it is easy to see when skin has been deprived of nutrients. So whenever I recommend a skin solution I keep in mind that one of the most effective ways to protect and preserve our skin at any age involves eating the right skin renewing foods.

Many of the natural foods we eat hold age-defying vitamins and minerals that are essential to give the skin radiance, while supporting, hydrating and maintaining the health of the skin. They are also the key to building collagen.

You may ask why building collagen is so important. Simply because collagen is the protein in connective tissue that keeps the skin elastic. However, the fibres in these tissues can become weak and damaged through free radicals, which impact our skin both inside and out as a result of different lifestyle elements such as bad food, sun damage, smoking, pollution, excess alcohol, and the list goes on! However, collagen cannot be absorbed from a beauty cream as the molecules are too large to penetrate the skin’s cells. This means the most effective solution is either topically applying the right ingredients (see Face Value), or eating foods full of skin regenerating vitamins and minerals that naturally renew, stimulate and protect collagen.

The quick and easy recipes in this book are power packed with skin building ingredients to help your skin be the best it can be. For me cooking is not only a wonderful reminder that sharing food with those we love nurtures their health and skin from the inside out, but that the true essence of our beauty is in sharing the spirit of our humanity in all that we do.

My personal philosophy on B.E.A.U.T.Y. is…

Balance in our life unfolds from the inside out.

Enthusiasm lies within the way we think and feel about ourselves.

Acceptance is the path to making peace with ourselves and others.

Understanding ourselves gives us clarity and wisdom to know what we want, and importantly, what we don’t.

Trust attunes our heart and mind so we can nurture spontaneity and adventure in our lives, and see that…

You have what it takes to create the life and love you know you deserve and to never settle for anything less.

So while our skin is the largest organ in the body and we need to look after it, it is important to remain true to our beauty by never forgetting that laughter and humor play a major role in experiencing it and feeling it.

“After all, the beauty we feel is the beauty we live.” – Gregory Landsman

.

FACE FOOD by Gregory Landsman

Q1. WHAT IS THE BEST ANTIOXIDANT-RICH FOOD FOR OVERALL HEALTH AND PREVENTION OF PREMATURE AGING?

There is no one particular food that will do this. A balanced diet rich in skin boosting vitamins, minerals and anti oxidants is the best way improve the overall health our skin. 

People suffering from a variety of skin concerns are often amazed at the improvements that come as a result of simply changing their diet. It is a simple but powerful reminder that some of our greatest anti aging solutions can be found in natural foods. 

Q2. WHAT IS ONE OF THE WORST THINGS WE CAN EAT FOR OUR SKIN?

One of the worst things for skin health is refined sugar. Sugar in any form (desserts, drinks or alcohol) mimics the stress hormone in the body, which means that when we eat it, we are more likely to feel anxious and uptight. Sugar also induces the glycation process that weakens collagen. So consuming sugar on a regular basis not only creates skin stress, but also stresses the body. 

So if you are a sweet tooth choose dark chocolate, as it is loaded with powerful anti-oxidants and flavanols that can improve blood flow to the skin. When I feel like something sweet I eat dark chocolate with slices of fresh orange wedges. This combination not only tastes great, but it does great things for your skin as well.

Q3. DO YOU FIND IT DIFFICULT TO EAT HEALTHILY AS A LIFESTYLE APPROACH?

I don’t find it difficult to eat healthily, but this is because I approach food with a friendly mindset. I know many people who set intentions not to eat a particular food ever again, but extreme approaches create tensions in our daily life that we don’t need. 

I practice the 80-20 rule, which means that eighty per cent of what I eat is healthy and twenty per cent allows me to indulge in things that I would not normally eat everyday. It is not one meal that impacts the overall health of your skin, but what you do regularly on a day-to-day basis.

Q4. MANY VEGETARIANS ONLY EAT TOFU. DOES IT HAVE ANY SKIN BENEFITS?

Soy products such soy milk and tofu contains a soy isoflavone called Genistein, which stimulates collagen production and helps to block free radicals that break collagen down and age the skin. 

Natural foods that can support and protect our skin can be found so easily when we know where to look. That is why I firmly believe that with knowledge it becomes very easy to look after the health of our skin at every age.

Q5. YOU ADVOCATE TO USE SALT MODERATELY. WHY?

Plump, healthy, hydrated skin relies on us being mindful of our sodium intake. Consuming too much salt in our diet is an easy thing to do, but it draws water out the skin, which makes it more prone to premature aging. 

Too much salt in the diet leaves skin dry, weakens skins elasticity and makes it more susceptible to wrinkling. But the great thing about our taste buds is that we can retrain them. So if you currently eat with a lot of salt, reduce that amount slowly and you will find your taste buds start adjusting as they become used to the taste of less salt.

Q6. YOU OFTEN MENTION THAT WE SHOULD COUNT OUR BLESSINGS NOT OUR CALORIES. WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT?

Food can create enormous amounts of stress for people and while they are busy counting their calories, they are often depriving their bodies of essential nutrients. 

Depriving our bodies of certain foods stresses the body and that is the last thing we want to do. 

For example many people cut all fat from their diet and turn to low fat foods without realising that cutting out fat from their diet is one of the quickest way to age the skin and take away that natural glow. 

I often see many models doing this. Yet extreme low fat diets age the skin rapidly, resulting in dry, wrinkled skin around the mouth and the eyes. 

The opposite is also true. While a no fat diet can take away that youthful glow, adding good fats to your diet can bring it back. Good fats include the monounsaturated fats found in extra virgin olive oil, flaxseeds, walnuts, avocados, coconut oil and omega-3 fats in fish. These fats moisturise and plump the skin from the inside out, smooth out fine lines and give the skin a healthy, vital glow.

Looking after our skin needs to be approached holistically. Eating should not be about feeling guilty or breaking dietary rules, but making positive nutritional choices that support us to feel good, as well as look good.  

Counting our blessings is about knowing that we are enough as we are, and from that point we can make decisions about positive self care and eating food that supports our overall health and wellbeing. When it comes to preventing premature aging and looking our best at every age, you can’t beat natural foods.

To receive a free copy of Gregory’s e-book, STOP SKIN AGING PREMATURELY, which includes a list of the most powerful cortisol lowering foods that help reduce stress and wrinkles go to: https://gregorylandsman.com/

.

Buy the Book:
Amazon ~ Walmart
B&N ~ Book Depository ~ BAM
IndieBound ~ Chapters Indigo
Add to Goodreads

Picture

Check Out The Entire The 10 Years Younger Series!

The complete solution to PREMATURE AGING. The simple, effective, science-based methods in these three books give everyone the opportunity to achieve younger, healthier looking skin at any age…for next to nothing!

  • Get your skin back on track after the holidays with the most powerful anti-aging ingredients found in everyday foods.
  • Fulfill a new years resolution to look your best self at every age with simple effective methods to achieve younger, healthier looking skin that will take years off the face.
  • Spend some time nurturing yourself and take years off your face for next to nothing.
  • This new year get the same results as expensive cremes without having to leave your kitchen.

Each book stands alone, focusing on a different method to achieving younger looking skin i.e. Face Value – DIY topical treatments; Face Fitness – facial exercise; and Face Food – anti-aging foods). Together they represent the ultimate guide to younger, healthier and more vital looking skin at any age.
“With knowledge and know how we can counteract and prevent premature aging, as small changes make a big difference to the way we age over time.”
Gregory Landsman

Author Gregory Landsman

Meet the Author:

Gregory Landsman is one of the most noted global beauty and wellness experts in the world, a best selling author of nine books, and a TV host who specializes in using food to take years off the face naturally.

Having worked in the beauty industry for 30+ years Gregory believes that looking youthful goes well beyond waging war on wrinkles, and that how we age is 100% controllable. His natural methods are used globally by models, shown in universities and recommended by doctors.

Often referred to as ‘The Beauty Advisor’, Gregory’s books and global TV program Face Lifting Food show viewers how to create quick skin-boosting meals and powerful skin treatments using everyday foods to achieve younger, healthier looking skin at any age.

Gregory is a strong voice for inclusion. His book, Faith Lifting Prayers is a celebration of humanity and captures his journey of extremes; from Apartheid South Africa to working at the height of the fashion industry, and his fundamental discovery that regardless of what we do, how we look cannot be separated from how we feel. This is why all of his books, even those about looking younger, all feature his own quotes and philosophy about the importance of feeling good in our skin. His book A Lifetime of BEAUTY also shares messages for early teens and middle years about embracing our differences and our individuality; finding happiness; and standing strong in a world that often judges us for the way we look. This book is endorsed for inclusion in the education system.

connect with the author:  website ~ podcast ~ goodreads
Tour Schedule:

Jan 25 –Rockin’ Book Reviews – book spotlight / book excerpt / giveaway
Jan 26 – Splashes of Joy – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Jan 27 – Cover Lover Book Review – book spotlight / author interview / giveaway
Jan 28 – Library of Clean Reads – book spotlight / giveaway
Jan 29 – A Mama’s Corner of the World – book spotlight / giveaway
Feb 1 – Books, Tea, Healthy Me – book spotlight / book excerpt / giveaway
Feb 3 – Stephanie Jane – book spotlight / giveaway
Feb 4 – Lisa’s Reading – book spotlight / giveaway
Feb 8 – Locks, Hooks and Books – book spotlight / book excerpt / giveaway
Feb 10 – Jazzy Book Reviews – book spotlight / giveaway
Feb 11 – Literary Flits – book spotlight / giveaway
Feb 12 – Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews – book spotlight / book excerpt / giveaway

Enter the Giveaway:

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Trackback: Meet the Author and Giveaway: Gregory Landsman, Author of Face Food – Books, Tea, Healthy Me

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Read Books!

Read the Printed Word!

Goodreads Challenge

2011 Reading Challenge

2011 Reading Challenge
Ibjoy1953 has

completed a goal of reading 100 books in 2011!

hide

Goodreads

DoorKeeper

reneeannsmith.com

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 1,612 other followers

%d bloggers like this: