Written by Christiana Stephen
‘I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you’...Joyce Meyer
Apart from wanting to loose weight. They are other things we look after- ‘our skin’. Our skin is a very important aspect to us. A lot of us spend so much money on skin items just to enhance the skin. Wow, that’s amazing but why don’t we invest more in what we eat.
Blueberries: A report by everydayhealth.com reveals that blueberries fight aging skin. They add that blueberries are a great source. Rich in vitamin C, blueberries can play a healthy role in an otherwise decadent dessert and taste great as a cereal topping and tossed into salads. Other sources of antioxidants that you can include in your healthy diet are red wine and dark chocolate. Kaufman-Janette also offers this tip: Eating fruits and veggies in their fresh, raw form provides more antioxidants than when cooked.
Fish: According to everydayhealth.com ‘fish that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids should be part of a healthy skin diet. “Omega-3s are a great source of oil for the skin without clogging the pores,” says Kaufman-Janette, clarifying that omega-3s must be eaten or taken as supplements. Many people try to cut all fats from their diet, but without some fat, your skin may suffer. Omega-3 fatty acids are considered healthy fats, and a diet that is too low in healthy fats can lead to “dull, dry skin.
Pineapple: this is a very important fruit. Pineapples consist of nutrients, minerals and vitamins that can help enhance the skin and reduce wrinkles. According to medicalnewstoday.com ‘The antioxidant vitamin C, when eaten in its natural form (as in a pineapple) or applied topically, can help to fight skin damage caused by the sun and pollution, reduce wrinkles and improve overall skin texture. Vitamin C also plays a vital role in the formation of collagen, the support system of your skin’.
Kiwi: According to http://www.prevention.com, This little fruit packs a wallop of vitamin C—nearly 120% of your daily needs in one medium kiwi. “C stimulates collagen synthesis, which keeps skin taught and smoothes fine lines,” says Drayer. She sites a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that found a diet high in vitamin C was associated with less dryness and less noticeable wrinkles.
Water: prevention.com also notes that water keeps your skin hydrated—and staying hydrated makes it appear more plump and less wrinkled. But there’s another reason to fill up on water over other drinks: You’ll save on sugar. Sugars found in juices, sodas, and sports drinks cause your skin major woes, says Drayer. “When blood sugar levels are high, sugars can attach to proteins in collagen and produce compounds that cause skin to sag and wrinkle.”
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