Best foods for healthy skin


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Best food for Perfect Skin Health

Check out these following list of best foods for skin to improve your appearance with health and beauty benefits for your skin they bring about.

 

Kiwi

Kiwi

 

A cup of kiwifruit contains more than double the need for vitamin C of your body per day, kiwi can double collagen synthesis in human skin, and stimulate fibroblast growth to a lesser degree, it also helps to prevent wrinkles.

 

Garlic

 garlic

 

Besides providing essential flavor for cooking, it also gives a wealth of skin-protective polyphenols.

Olive Oil

olive oil

 

Olive oil is rich with oleic acid it is one of the fatty acids that keep your cell membranes fluid to make skin supple. This ingredient also contains small amounts of other crucial fatty acids that can beat off inflammation. 

 

Beans And Vegetables

beans and vegetables

 

Scientifically you need to consume 5 to 6 1/2-cup servings of vegetables every day. Additionally, you should eat bean-based soups, sprinkle beans on salads, and set up a bean-based diet plan such as chili once a week for healthy smooth skin.

 

Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, And Blueberries

Strawberry

All these fruits work effectively in helping protect human skin from the harmfulness which can cause wrinkles.

For good, you should eat a cup of berries every day. You can add them to breakfast cereal, blend them with fruit smoothies, or use them in muffin batter or pancake.

 

Tomatoes

tomato

In addition to vitamins A and C, tomato contains antioxidants that are very good for skin health. It comes in dozens of food stuff and dishes, and you can even get their healthy properties from ketchup or salsas.

 

Whole Grains

wheat

Whole grains are not only a great source of fiber, but they are also very high in polyphenols. Popcorn and breakfast cereals, especially whole-grain cold cereals, are the greatest sources of polyphenols, with the same antioxidant contents as vegetables and fruits. Whole-grain flours, such as the stuff that is used to make whole-wheat bread, are also very good. In general, whole grains have extremely more antioxidants than processed grains.

 

Corn And Artichokes

corn

Corn and artichokes are jam-packed with ferulic acid, which can help to protect your skin from harmful sun rays which are the major cause of wrinkles.

 

Eggs

eggs

 

Egg is jam-packed with antioxidants, such as vitamins E and vitamin B that can be absorbed easily by the body to slow down the natural aging process. Whole egg includes amino acid lutein, a carotenoid, which is best known for improving eyes because it can prevent and even cure vision loss to some extends. Towards human skin, lutein works to fight against harmful free radicals as well as increase skin elasticity. This food without yolk is also an anti-aging superhero

Dr. Nitin Jain

Dr. Nitin Jain

Skin Specialist and Dematologist at Skin Specialist clinic
Dr. Nitin Jain MBBS , MD - Dermatology , DNB (Plastic Surgery) , DDV , F.C.P.S.(Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy) Dermatologist , Dermatosurgeon , 15 Years Experience as skin specialist and in Hair transplant surgeries
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Dr. Nitin Jain MBBS , MD - Dermatology , DNB (Plastic Surgery) , DDV , F.C.P.S.(Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy) Dermatologist , Dermatosurgeon , 15 Years Experience as skin specialist and in Hair transplant surgeries