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Healthy food, healthy skin

Healthy food, healthy skin

Healthy food, healthy skin

Water is essential to keep skin hydrated so that your skin can stay supple and smooth. The slightest dehydration can make our skin looks dry and tired. Drink 6-8 glasses of water each day to replace daily water loss.

Blueberries have high content of Vitamin C, which is a great source of antioxidants that helps in fighting free radicals. Generally, consuming raw fruits and vegetables provide more antioxidants compared to cooked ones.

Yogurt is often suggested to battle digestive issues as it contains probiotics, which is a type of healthy bacteria. This type of bacteria helps ease digestive problems and indirectly improves skin condition such as inflammation.

Another antioxidant-rich fruit is pomegranates. It helps to prevent free radicals from damaging the skin and simultaneously nourishes our skin. Besides strengthening our skin on the surface, it also aids in cell regeneration in deep layers of our skin.

Omega-3 fatty acids found in walnuts is a great source of oil for our skin. It is considered good or healthy fats and does not clog pores. Diet that is low in healthy fats may lead to dull complexion and dry skin. It also encourages our body to produce anti-inflammatory compounds that helps in combating certain skin conditions.

Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of Vitamin E. As an antioxidant, Vitamin E can aid in prevention of propagation of free radicals internally. Furthermore, it protects the top layer of our skin from sun and supports healthy skin growth. It is recommended to eat a handful daily.

Soy is a significant source of protein, a much-needed nutrient particularly for the hair and skin. The protein helps to keep the skin tissues tight and maintain its elasticity. Examples of good source of soy that are not fermented are fresh soy milk, edamame and tofu.

Green Tea
Green tea contains antioxidant that has anti-aging effect and the water content helps to keep skin hydrated. As it fights inflammation, it will keep skin calm and reduce redness. Although it can be beneficial to health, it is better to maintain a regular moderate consumption.

Kidney Beans
Considered as a superfood, these beans are rich in antioxidant and protein. It can build and repair tissues, and contains strong anti-aging properties. It also limits the damage caused by free radicals and in turn, increases the life cycle of your skin cells.

Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes give you a healthy dose of Vitamin A that is essential to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging. It is highly suggested to include foods rich in Vitamin A in your daily diet than to use topical creams available in the market.

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