Beauty is dependent on the overall health of your body. In order for your skin to look attractive and vibrant you need to make healthy lifestyle choices, and a great place to start is with the foods you eat. Keep wrinkles at bay by reducing the amount of potentially damaging free radicals produced by your own skin cells by eating the right diets.
Here are some foods to get started!
Eat nuts: Snacking on a handful of almonds will give your skin some of the good fats it needs to remain clear and luminous. Nuts in general are high in vitamin B complex, which help with not only skin cell restoration but also hair growth and dry skin. It gives your skin a more youthful appearance and will in turn help fight the early signs of aging. So for your afternoon snack, try a handful of unsalted, natural almonds-just don’t go overboard because it’s easy to overindulge!
Eat blackberries and blueberries: These blackberries look similar to raspberries and blueberries are little balls. These are two of nature’s most potent anti-aging foods. They help keep the skin's elasticity, strengthen the gums, and contribute to the health of your eyes. It also frees you from dry itchy patches.
Eat green vegetables: Try asparagus, spinach and broccoli; asparagus known as sootmuli and musli to Indians are loaded with a natural source of Vitamin E-an essential for healthy skin. Vitamin E builds muscle and tissue, therefore keeping skin firm and helping to prevent wrinkles. Vitamin E also helps restore skin cells, so if you have a damaged area, eating foods with high vitamin E content may help reduce or heal the problem area faster.
Eat salmon and tuna:These are two powerhouse fish. They are loaded with those amazing Omega-3 fatty acids that do wonders for the body and they are also high in vitamin D. Vitamin D is great for skin because it helps keep it fresh and promote an overall healthy appearance. If you don't like fish, you can also buy fish oil capsules that you can take every morning.
Eat oats: Very high in soluble fiber, and complex carbohydrates. It is also high in iron, manganese, phosphorus, calcium, Vitamins B and E, and silicon. Silicon is crucial for healthy skin to maintain collagen levels.
Eat cheese: Make a slice or two of hard cheese a part of your diet. Cheese helps to prevent bacteria from growing in the mouth and prevents cavities. Choose between Swiss, Cheddar or Gouda. It is high in calcium and helps to keep your smile white and your teeth cavity-free.
Eat avocado: These contain foliate which helps blood formation. It is also essential for oil generations. This rich fatty acid is high in all the fats your body needs, so it’s OK to indulge. You put in on your face in mask form which does wonders for your skin, so why not try actually eating it and see the benefits. Eaten in moderation, the monounsaturated fats you ingest will clear, soft and smooth skin.
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