Sources of zinc include lentils, black-eyed peas, soybeans, oysters, lobster, lean beef, crab, wheat germ, skinless chicken and turkey, lean lamb, clams, mussels, pumpkin seeds, yogurt, cashews, peanuts and sunflower seeds.
Eat plenty of different coloured fruits and vegetables for a good mix of antioxidants and nutrients that will help protect your skin from damage, help skin repair itself and reduce inflammation from your acne.
The 36-year-old revealed that she adopted a vegan diet – cutting out dairy and eggs – and as a result discovered it put a stop to her break outs.
Natalie joins a host of famous faces who have adopted a plant-based lifestyle, including Jared Leto and Alicia Silverstone.
With her skin looking flawless on screen and in pictures from the red carpet, you would never imagine that Natalie Portman once had an acne problem.
Now the face of Dior Beauty and the brand’s new scent, the Oscar winner actress has shared her secret to how she overcame the troubling skin condition.
Privately educated at the prestigious Sir William Perkins’s School in Chertsey, Susie was not as academic as her brilliant sister (now a highly regarded geneticist) and transferred to Strode’s sixth-form college in Egham, where she developed a passion for drama that gained her an opportunity to perform at the National Theatre.‘An agent was in the audience and straight away – even though I was only 18 – she wanted me to go for auditions.
'We were good together, my parents loved him, everyone loved him.
Jimmy (Horne) and Fletch (Corden) unexpectedly find themselves stuck in a village in which all the women have been enslaved by a vampire curse.
‘The script was hilarious, and even though I only have a tiny role it was impossible to turn down,’ she says.
Dennis Hopper was amazing, Andy Garcia was the perfect gentleman, and Gérard Depardieu was just, well, very eccentric,’ she says.
), who was her boyfriend for four years (they split at the end of 2007 amid rumours that he was unable to commit to the relationship).Funny, refreshingly honest and ravishingly pretty, Susie grew up in leafy Surrey (where we meet and where she is still based), the daughter of businessman Ron and primary school teacher Evelyn.