Good Skin Greens

Good Skin Greens

Packed with Goodness

Eating in full colour with Birds Eye frozen vegetables has all sorts of benefits! Not only does it make every meal tasty and easy, it also makes them healthier. That’s because the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients in vegetables are locked in when we freeze them, meaning that every meal you prepare is packed with goodness. 

So, what exactly do all these vitamins and other nutrients do?

 

Good skin wins

We all know that vegetables are good for us, but what a lot of people don’t realise is that they can also contribute towards maintaining your skin! Two of the vitamins found in green vegetables – vitamin A, and vitamin C – can help you keep your skin healthy.

That’s because vitamin A and vitamin C are both part of what is sometimes called the ‘antioxidant vitamin’ group’ – a group of vitamins associated with certain health benefits.

Vitamin A, found in green vegetables like spinach, kale, asparagus, and leek, has been shown to contribute to the maintenance of normal skin. And Vitamin C, which can be found in other green vegetables such as peas, broccoli, mangetout, and sugar snaps, does the same. Our Steamfresh mixes such as Romanesco Broccoli, Garden Peas & Spinach are the perfect blend of skin-friendly sources.

Vitamin A, found in green vegetables like spinach, kale, asparagus, and leek, has been shown to contribute to the maintenance of normal skin. And Vitamin C, which can be found in other green vegetables such as peas, broccoli, mangetout, and sugar snaps, does the same. Our Steamfresh mixes such as Romanesco Broccoli, Garden Peas & Spinach are the perfect blend of skin-friendly sources.

Of course, both vitamins can be found in other foods too! Cheese, eggs, and oily fish are great sources of vitamin A (which has also been shown to help with keeping your immune system healthy). Vitamin C, on the other hand, can be found in fruit as well as vegetables: oranges, strawberries, and blackcurrants, along with potatoes, green and red peppers, and Brussels sprouts.

So if you’re looking for great ways to keep your skin healthy, try mixing up your skin routine in the kitchen, and eat in full colour!

Get cooking

There are lots of Birds Eye foods that provide these healthy vitamins. Which means there are all sorts of easy ways to get more of these vitamins into your diet and help maintain your skin.

If you really love our vegetables, you could snack on them on their own for a little boost. But why not try out some of our fantastic recipe suggestions? Meals like our basil and pea pesto with gnocchi, or our one pot lamb casserole, are packed with vitamins that can contribute to maintaining the health of your skin. And there are loads more ideas on how to eat in full colour on our recipe browser, from quick and easy meals to colourful snacks.

So, if you’re looking to experiment, or just see how you can pack in more good skin greens, head on over to our recipe ideas, and eat in full colour.