10 FOODS THAT ARE HIGHLY RICH IN NUTRITION FOR GOOD SKIN AND EASILY AVAILABLE AT HOME

Skin is the biggest body part that covers you from outside. It comes in contact with UV rays, dust, pollution, bacteria very easily. Which is quite bad and it causes of acne problems, unhealthy skin, sun burn and some more reason for other diseases. It’s very important to keep your skin safe from all these things. Other than this you must follow a good diet to keep your skin healthy and glowing from inside too because only outsider safety is not enough to get flawless skin but you should also not lack with you healthy diet of course.

It is really good that people are moving towards natural ingredients to treat their skin woes, be it tanning, ageing or dullness. In this blog we will talk about 10 basic foods which are highly rich in nutrition and available at home very easily. So without further ado let’s talk about them step by step –

Citrus – Citrus (orange, lemon, grapefruit, tangerines, limes) is an excellent source of immune-boosting vitamin C. Vitamin c is very beneficial for your skin as it helps you to get rid of wrinkles and dry skin among many other impressive health benefits. So add any of them in your regular diet to get the vitamin c.

 

Egg – Egg is a good source of protein, Vitamin A and Vitamin D among others nutrition. But these play an important role in having a good skin. Egg’s protein is the source of amino acid which helps your body to generate new protein within your skin cells. Vitamin A helps in generating new skin cells. Vitamin D is very important for new skin cells growth. So eggs are great for deep cleansing treatments.

 

Sweet Potato – Sweet potato is rich in vitamin C and Vitamin D and both vitamins are very crucial to keep skin healthy and glowing. Sweet potato helps impart a natural glow and makes your skin softer and younger. Sweet potatoes are also a rich source of anthocyanins that help prevent blemishes and dark spots by keeping free radical activity in control.

 

Spinach – Spinach contains iron, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and calcium among others. Spinach contains antioxidants that fight against all types of skin problems and it also help to fight skin’s aging process.

 

Yogurt – Yogurt has natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that can help prevent breakout of acne and ensure a healthy and glowing skin. So serve yogurt once or twice a day.

 

Broccoli – Broccoli is a powerful source of antioxidants and nutrition like Vitamin C and minerals such copper and zinc. Broccoli helps in maintain a good and healthy skin. It protects the skin from infections and keeps the natural glow of your skin.

 

Soya – Soya is the great source of protein. If you are a vegetarian and follow a vegan diet than there are many chance to lack of protein in your body which can lead many health issues. Soya protein is a protein which is isolated from soybean. To get this protein you must add soya chunks, soya bean, soya paneer, soya chaap or other soya products to get the good skin. The antioxidant property of soya heals and generates the new skin cells.

 

Garlic – Garlic is an easily available ingredient at home which has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiseptic properties. Garlic helps to improve blood circulation.

 

Banana – Banana is rich in potassium and moisture, it will hydrate and moisturize dry skin and make it soft and smooth. Vitamin A in banana restores moisturer in skin and smooths the rough texture of your skin.

 

Tomato – Tomatoes are the great source of antioxidants including Vitamin C. This is very helpful in anti aging and the acidity present in tomatoes help in reducing and clearing your acne.

So we are done with the content related to this blog and we will suggest you to add each and every ingredient to your regular diet. This way you can get rid of many skin problems.

 

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