5 Foods for Clear Skin
Clear glowing skin is a fashion statement on its own. We’re all guilty of having watches countless videos and read articles reviewing the latest and best skin products, from moisturizers and spring water sprays to vitamin infused makeup. But how many of us actually think about a more natural and long-lasting solution?
The hard truth is that using the expensive skin care and elaborate routines alone won’t guarantee healthy and radiant skin. It is high time we realize that an unhealthy diet is detrimental not only for our internal organs but also our skin, which requires consistent care and nutrition in conjunction. With the multitude of information and complex diet plans out there it is easy to feel overwhelmed,
hence we have compiled a list of 5 basic foods you need to consume in order to achieve and maintain clear skin.
Dark chocolate Yes, I understand, this may not be what you expected but the fact is that
the kind with 70% cocoa or more is in fact good for your skin. Research has concluded that cocoa contains anti-oxidants that fend off wrinkles, protect against UV radiation and even improves skin suppleness. It hydrates skin and helps build strong layers that protect against the sun; so you no longer have to worry about discoloration or skin cancer.
Water Do you want dewy skin?
Well then it really doesn’t get easier than this Water is the holy grail nutritionists swear by. Now I get that the daunting task of chugging 8 glasses of water isn’t appealing, but the truth is you have the option of mixing it up. Home made detox water, lemon water, frits and vegetables high in water content like cucumbers are all fair game.
Avoid de-hydration by drinking consistently for the duration of the day and, obviously, at whatever point you\’re parched. Fatty seafood Tuna, wild Salmon, Atlantic mackerel Now hold on for this one, here’s a list of important nutrients this food source provides
- B vitamin – Biotin: this produces fatty acids and metabolizes amino acids. An inadequacy of biotin can cause, in addition to other things, flaky skin—which, obviously, nobody needs.
- Omega-3 –fatty acids: youthful skin, improves brain and heart conditions, strengthens the skin against UV rays and wards off inflammation
- Vitamin E: essential for smooth glowing skin, hair and nails
- Protein: maintains the potency and quality of your skin Broccoli Broccoli is a good source of vitamins, including zinc, vitamin A and vitamin C, and carotenoids like Lutein that are important for our skin.
- It also packs sulforaphane, which may help prevent skin cancer and ward your skin from UV rays and hence sunburn. Dried fruits Almonds, walnuts, chia seeds and Sunflower seeds Seeds and nuts are loaded with vitamin E and antioxidants that protect the skin UV rays and pollution. They guard our skin cells\’ outer tissue keeping them safe and hydrated. Know what you don’t!
- Chia seeds: omega-3 fatty acids
- Sunflower seeds: vitamin E and protection against pollutants
- Almonds: vitamin E that protect the skin from UV rays • Walnuts: B vitamins, regulate stress levels prevent fine lines and wrinkles Our eating regimen, from anti-aging supplements and organic food compounds to omega fats, are equally as important to maintaining our waistline and skin, in conjunction with face products
The blog written by fallah