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5 Skin super foods to give yourself a facelift

Skin Super Food


Incorporating skin superfoods in your daily diet can help fight the skin problems resulting from the amount of dust and pollution we are exposed to. Apart from the external skincare, healthy eating and lifestyle habits make a remarkable difference. Essentially, it is the insides of your body that decides how good you look on the outside. Apart from outer conditioning, your inner fitness levels reflect on your skin. Listed here, is a list of 5 skin superfoods, you must include in your diet.

1. Antioxidant-rich foods

There are so many reactions happening in your body that some chemicals are bound to get confused and get lost. These chemicals are called ‘free radicals’. They bounce off like ping pong balls in the body and damage the other reactions in the body especially in the skin. These ‘free radicals’ can be taken care of, by antioxidants. Antioxidant-rich foods are blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, cranberry, raspberries, black beans, red delicious apples, and plums.

2. Water

The majority of people forget that our bodies are made of 80% water. If you are not well hydrated, naturally your skin dries up and we all know what happens when you dehydrate a grape. Unless you want your skin to look like a raisin’s skin, drink enough water. Ideally, two liters of water is enough for your skin.

3. Insoluble fiber

Enough has been said about the importance of insoluble fiber in dietary context. It provides roughage in the intestines for excretion to be smoother. This makes your stomach happy and eliminates toxins from the body. Its best sources are whole grains.

4. Omega 3 fatty acids

Omega 3 fatty acids reduce inflammation in the body, protect your heart, lower cholesterol, and (of course) take good care of your skin. A healthy heart means good circulation, thus, results in good skin. So if you want to avoid puffy eyes and wrinkles, make sure you get enough of these. They are abundant in foods like seafood (salmon, prawns, sardines, etc.) oregano, walnuts, and flaxseed.

5. Uncooked vegetables

A lot of foods when eaten raw can be excellent skincare products. Tomatoes, cabbage, red cabbage, corn, Broccoli, grapefruit, papayas, melons, Brussels sprouts, and bell peppers can all be very very good for skin when eaten raw. Don’t hesitate to cut up raw fruits like tomatoes or berries and smear them onto your skin. It supplies a lot of nutrients directly.

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