Ever heard of this phrase, “YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT!” ? An unhealthy diet can negatively impact your metabolism and affect your heart, and also the ageing of your skin. I shall be listing a few natural food sources to keep your skin and body fresh and healthy for years to come. Eating Protein Rich foods can provide anti-ageing effects helping you achieve more youthful skin as well as improved organ function. So let’s go through some fruits and veggies we all can introduce in our diets and take care of our nourishment.
Avocados are the best source of good fats that keep your skin healthy in many ways. Your skin can become more flexible and moisturized if you include one avocado daily in your diet. Studies suggest avocados also prevents UV damage from the sun, which is the cause of skin ageing and skin disease. You can have avocado in a salad or a smoothie on a daily basis to cover vitamin E and C intake, which are the main structural proteins for your skin.
Another vegetable is sweet potato, which contains Beta carotene nutrients that helps to keep your skin healthy. Sweet potato also keeps you safe from sun damage. For people who suffer from wrinkly skin this season, taking this vegetable boiled or in grilled form can help nourish those dead skin cells. Any food which has high levels of carotene keeps the skin warmer hence making it look fresher. Likewise, red or green bell peppers are another huge source of carotene, which when consumed converts into vitamin A. A Good thing about bell peppers is that they can be consumed both raw and cooked.
Love steak? Well you can’t miss boiled broccoli with it and mashed potatoes on the side, A hearty meal full of protein. Broccoli is full of vitamins essentials for your skin and health, and it also contains zinc, vitamin A and C. The best part of broccoli is it can help to prevent skin cancer.
Last but not least! Next time you are going to make yourself an omelet, do not forget to add
tomatoes. This fruit is rich in vitamin C and, when combined with fat like cheese or olive oil it helps in absorption of carotenoids found within the tomatoes.
Last but not least! Next time you are going to make yourself an omelet, do not forget to add tomatoes. This fruit is rich in vitamin C and, when combined with fat like cheese or olive oil it helps in absorption of carotenoids found within the tomatoes.