We all want the skin of the face and body beautiful and healthy. Does not always work just right? However, everything is fixable!
Experts in the field of beauty agree that the optimal diet for healthy skin implies low in fat and carbohydrates and high content of antioxidants – fresh fruits and vegetables.
INCLUDE IN YOUR Diet
Foods rich in protein
They supply the body with amino acids and enzymes needed to update the skin.
Main source: fish, chicken, Turkey, cottage cheese, tofu.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids
This is a healthy fats that are necessary in order to ensure the protective function of the skin.
Main source: oily fish (tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring), nuts (almonds, wood, walnut, and sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, vegetable oil.
These vitamins and flavonoids protect the skin from dehydration and oxidation from damage caused by aggressive environment. They also enhance the resistance of the skin to ultraviolet radiation.
Main source: dark green, yellow, red and orange fruits and vegetables (broccoli, green salad, leek, tomatoes, olives, bell pepper, berries and watermelon).
Necessary for the proper functioning of the intestine, and also for the metabolism and excretion of toxins.
Main source: fresh fruit and vegetables, greens, whole grain bread, cereals and bran.
Water (without sugar and additives) cleanses the body of toxins and prevents dehydration.
Main source: in addition to purified water is very useful herbal teas, fresh juices and antioxidant-rich green tea.
Purchase healthy habits
Drink at least 6 glasses of fluid a day (but not before bedtime);
Time for a full Breakfast and lunch. Never eat standing up, not catch on the move;
Arrange light snacks throughout the day, between meals;
Try to make the menu so that each meal includes all the necessary substances.
Sugar. Bread, biscuits, sweets and fizzy drinks, as well as bananas, white bread. Excess blood sugar can disrupt metabolism in the body and weaken its protective function. As a result, the skin quickly loses its tone, and dull skin can be covered with rashes.
“Heavy” fats are contained in meat products and margarine. These fats are difficult to assimilate by the body.
Coffee and alcohol. Dehydrate the body, affect the vascular tone and impede the absorption of nutrients.
Salt. Raises blood pressure, contributes to the fluid retention that leads to puffiness and the appearance of cellulite. As a seasoning for food it is better to use natural spices, olive oil and lemon juice.