As the weather starts to really cool down leading into Winter we thought it was the perfect opportunity to make a twist on the traditional baked dinner.
Eat for your skin and transform it from within.
Salmon is packed full of healthy fats and Omega-3 which can help to reduce inflammation and promote collagen production replacing the cells that breakdown with natural ageing essentially making Salmon the anti-ageing food equivalent to skin care.
Olive oil is another great source of healthy fat, this natural oil can be a great skin hydrator and moisturiser.
Lemon is a great way to increase your Vitamin C intake which is vital for glowing, radiant and bright skin.
This veg is a source of vitamins, fibre and folate which helps your body digest food and soak up all the nutrients.
We love carrots as they are one of the best vegetables to eat for good skin health, these beauties not only nourish the body and skin but can help rebuild cells within the body including the skin while also helping flush out harmful chemicals we encounter in everyday life.
Antioxidants are just one of the beneficial properties that come from pine nuts, the naturally occurring vitamin E in this specific nut gives your skin a much needed antioxidant dose.
The simplest way to cook this delicious meal is to chop vegetables and throw everything on a non-stick baking stray (salmon skin up). Drizzle olive oil over and lay sliced lemon on the top, bake until a golden brown colour is on vegetables and salmon skin is crispy, throw pine nuts on top 2 minutes before you remove tray.