A seasonal bowl to approach the fall concocted by the chef Fanny Corre of Persil & Mimosa. Easy to prepare, great for a quick lunch, and packed with anti-acne foods.
Ingredients (for 2 bowls)
A word from Fanny
"If I chose these ingredients, in addition to being delicious, it is because they have beneficial effects on the skin and in particular on acne problems. Sardines are rich in omega-3s and play a role in reducing pro-inflammatory molecules that can worsen acne. Like all orange-colored vegetables, sweet potato contains a lot of beta-carotene, which is converted by the body into vitamin A. It also fulfills the function of blood control. excessive production of sebum, one of the causes of acne. Many studies show a positive correlation between the consumption of refined grain products and acne breakout. Thus, bread, cookies and white rice are swapped for whole grains such as bran, brown rice, rye, quinoa and so on, just like in this recipe! These little mines of vitamin C won't cure your breakouts, but because they strengthen cell membranes, they can help prevent acne scarring.
Leafy green vegetables provide us with abundant chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals and fiber. The vitamin E they contain acts as an antioxidant and promotes the healing of lesions and scars caused by acne. "
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