How To Eat Your Way To Beautiful Skin

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“You are what you eat!”

I am very certain that you have heard that saying, believe it or not but it’s absolutely true, everything you take in can be reflected on the outside, honestly everything including bad behavior…. lol and if healthy beautiful glowing skin is you goal then let’s becomes from within, here are a few things you can start consuming to give your skin some nourishment and boost its radiance.

Water

Water is great for your body

8 glasses of water a day, is not too much, just set an alarm on your phone every 2 hours drink a glass of water, this will help flush toxins out, support your skin elasticity and hydration. Lastly, Water on the inside is better than water on the outside in simply terms when you drink water it hydrates you but when you take a bath your body gets dehydrated so drink more water.

Antioxidant Rich Foods

Small red beans, Grapes and Berries, dried kidney beans, Granny smith and red delicious apple, Plums. Tomatoes are a rich source of antioxidant and they will help in preventing the skin from being damaged by the harmful UV rays emitted from the sun and other free radicals.

Dark Chocolate

My favorite dark chocolates – Lindt

Indulge a little more in some healthy dark chocolate and you may never be depressed about your skin again. Dark chocolate at least (70%) can trigger good mood and help prevent wrinkles.

Add More Veggies and Fruits To Your Meals

So far all articles i have read recommends 5 portion of fruits and vegetables but i will say much as many vegetable as you can, but you can to make a conscious decision to do this. So many skin loving vegetables like carrots with beta carotene, broccoli, apricots, strawberries, oranges, cucumbers, spinach, kale, papaya all of which are potent antioxidants, important for healthy skin tone and normal skin cell development.

Consume More Vitamin C

Vitamin C is needed to produce collagen that strengthens the capillaries that support the skin and it also boost immunity, act as a catalyst for quick healing, reduces stress and promotes radiant skin. Citrus fruits usually contains a good amount of Vitamin C, Berries, papaya, mangoes too. vegetables like sweet yellow pepper, thyme, parsley, broccoli and spinach also contains vitamin C.

Healthy Source of Fat

Avocados, Olives, full fat milk, eggs, seeds and nuts are such a good way to provide your skin and your whole body with the fat nutrient it requires. so balance your diet with the right proportion of this and you could be on your way to glowing skin.

Other vitamin your skin loves is Vitamin E, find a way to stock up on this from the food you consume.

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