Beauty

Our All-Time Top Recipes for a Radiant Complexion

Our All-Time Top Recipes for a Radiant Complexion

Beautiful skin starts on the inside, truly. Healthy fats, antioxidants, minerals, protein, and phytonutrients all contribute to healthy skin. While we love to supplement with skin care (hello, GOOPGLOW Overnight Peel Pads) and powders like GOOPGLOW and GOOPGENES, not to mention one of our everyday vitamin protocols, most of our skin-friendly nutrients should come from food. These three recipes—they make for a day’s worth of glow-inducing eating—are all-time favorites at goop for their combination of deliciousness and glow-boosting ingredients. Our Beauty Seed Bars are the ultimate breakfast on the go; the herby salad of smoked trout, roasted fennel, and cauliflower makes an easy lunch with extra vitamin C; and the salmon delicately poached in a bowl of Thai coconut broth is full of flavor and plenty of omegas for a super satisfying dinner.

  • Beauty Seed Bars

    Beauty Seed Bars

    Granola bars are a perfect morning or afternoon snack, but so many of the ones on the market are full of sugar and not much else. These seed bars are gluten-free, full of antioxidants thanks to all of the seeds, and just sweet enough.

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  • Smoked Trout and Roasted Fennel and Cauliflower Salad

    Smoked Trout and Roasted Fennel and Cauliflower Salad

    With its mix of vitamin K, manganese, vitamins A and C, and omega-3 oils, this is a dish Beauty Chef founder Carla Oates calls “both flavorsome and a skin savior.”

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  • Poached Thai Salmon with Bok Choy

    Poached Thai Salmon with Bok Choy

    “This fail-safe meal is tasty, delicious, and filling,” says nutritional therapist Amelia Freer. It’s got vitamin A (thanks to the bok choy) and omega-3 fatty acids (thanks to the salmon). Freer keeps this in her arsenal of skin-healthy recipes: “This dish is perfect nourishment from the inside out.”

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