Foods for a Beautiful Skin

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Today I want to discuss with you one of the most searched topics, how to get beautiful skin. There are many ways to take care of your skin and to make it look beautiful.

This article is solely based on the best foods which help you attain a shiny, beautiful skin.

10 Foods for a Beautiful Skin

I am going to disclose the 10 best foods which are very beneficial for the skin and make it glow.

1. Oranges

They are my number 1 choice when it comes to getting a fair and beautiful skin. Oranges are rich in Vitamin C which is essential for the skin.

We must take Vitamin C on daily basis and oranges are the best source of it. Overall fruits are essential for a good skin.

2. Tomatoes

If you have or are searching on the internet how to become fair, then stop searching it and read this. Tomatoes alone help you get fair skin naturally.

They have antioxidant properties and protect you from sunburn. To get maximum skin care benefits, eat daily 1 to 2 raw tomatoes. You will see a clear improvement in your skin color within 1 to 2 weeks.

3. Green Tea

We heard many benefits of Green Tea like,

  • Reduces Blood Pressure
  • Decrease the Risk of Heart attacks
  • Helps in Curing Diabetes etc…

Similarly, it also helps in improving the skin color. With the regular use of it, you will see a clear improvement. Not only this, you can also add Green Tea in your beauty masks.

4. Walnuts

Walnuts are the significant types of nuts among all nuts as they contain Omega 3 fatty acids. Mostly this is present in an excess amount in Fishes. Deficiency of this fatty acid could cause dryness in the skin.

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The great thing is, now vegetarians can also get Omega 3 fatty acids by eating walnuts which is an essential part of a beautiful skin.

5. Milk

Almost every dairy product is good for the skin. But I have especially chosen milk as it is not only important for the skin, but also for the bones.

It is a rich source of calcium, which is required not only by the bones, but our skin also needs it to glow. Drinking minimum 1 cup of milk daily is recommended by the doctors.

6. Honey

I belong to a religious family and I have heard from my grandparents and parents that we can cure almost everything with Honey (mentioned in Quran).

Honey

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It is my faith, that if you have a faith in anything it works like a wonder for you.

Early in the morning before breakfast, use honey with warm water. Take a glass of warm water and add 1 tablespoon of honey to it. Use it daily and you will see clear benefits of using it, not only for skin but overall you will see that your health is improving day by day.

7. Eggs

We all know that eggs are a rich source of protein. On the other hand, they contain fewer fats which a good thing for our skin is.

If you want to look younger for a long time and want to have a beautiful skin, then you must avoid fatty things.

Eating 1 to 2 eggs daily is a healthy habit for overall body health.

8. Carrots

Carrots contain lots of carotenoids and a study done in 2011 in the UK has proven that they are essential for a glowing skin. You must eat carotenoids rich food on regular basis like Carrots, reddish etc.

9. Water

I forgot to mention it at the start that is why I am mentioning it here. Water is one of the essential food for the skin. It keeps our body hydrated which results in an internal glow of the skin. It also helps in removing the dryness from the skin.

With water I mean, plain water without any added materials. One must drink 6-10 glasses of Water daily for a beautiful skin.

10. Chocolate

It is the last but not the least food. Pure dark chocolate has antioxidant properties which are good for the skin. Not only this but it contains Magnesium, Manganese, and Iron which is necessary for the body.

One thing you must know, when you buy chocolate it must contain minimum 70 to 80% cocoa.

About The Author:

Stacey Smith is the freelance health writer. She is passionate to write about women’s health, dental health, diabetes, endocrinology and nutrition and provide in-depth features on the latest in health news for medical clinics and health magazines.

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