Which are The Best Foods For Glowing Skin or Repairs Your Skin Tone?

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Q: I already have fair skin so I don’t need any cream for my skin. The thing I only want to know is that good foods to get healthy and glowing skin. Which food should I eat to repair my skin?
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Best Foods For Glowing Skin

Achieving a glowing skin is not an easy task. It requires knowledge, discipline and patience. Even more difficult is the task of maintaining an even skin tone. Once you achieve a desired skin tone, you now have to work at keeping it. Diet is a big determinant in skin health. What we eat affects our bodies in so many ways. It is therefore important to pay close attention to your diet and what it constitutes. This article explores various foods that are effective and safe for a healthy glowing skin. These foods can also help in repairing of a damaged skin tone.

Almonds

Almonds are rich in mineral salts and vitamins A and B. They help in creating a smooth, soft and flexible skin texture. Other properties of almonds include skin regeneration, hydration, nourishing and anti-aging.

Strawberries

Strawberries contain vitamins C which is an effective anti-aging aid and anti-oxidants which fight toxins which can destroy the skin. Other uses of strawberry include exfoliation and skin lightening.

Walnuts

These are very close to almonds in their functions and health benefits. Including walnuts and almonds in your daily diet will leave your skin looking brighter, healthier and younger.

Dark Chocolates

Cocoa has amazing skin care benefits. Dark chocolates with 70% cocoa content improve* skin thickness and hydration. It also reduces* stress and improves* blood flow, both of which are important for a glowing skin.

Blueberries

Blueberries are known for their high levels of antioxidants. These antioxidants are important in getting rid of skin damaging toxins from our body. This keeps the skin healthy and young. Blueberries can also help in skin exfoliation, fighting acne, skin rejuvenation and as an anti-aging element.

Pomegranate

Pomegranates have anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging and anti-oxidant properties. Combined, all these properties have various skin care benefits such as young skin, sun protection, skin lightening and treatment of oily skin types.

Green Tea

Abundant with anti-oxidants, green tea protects cell membranes and reduces* skin inflammation. Green tea also treats* sunburns and corrects overexposure of the skin to the sun. Cancer causing free radicals are eliminated by components found in green tea. Recent studies have suggested that polyphenol, found in green tea, can rejuvenate dying skin cells thus acting like a ‘fountain of youth’.

Wild Salmon

Healthy fatty acids such as Omega-3 are found in salmons. These fatty acids are important in preventing entry of toxins into cells. They allow waste to be removed from skin cells and prevent the body from producing skin damaging inflammatory substances. Wild salmon maintains the skin’s youth and suppleness.

Spinach

Spinach contains antioxidants, iron, calcium, potassium and vitamins B,C and E. All these are important for a glowing skin and restoring a normal skin tone.

Oysters

Oysters are known for their abundant levels of zinc. This is an important component in the creation of collagen which aids in skin support. Zinc is also an antioxidant and thus good for the skin.

Tomatoes

Apart from being very good for the body, tomatoes are also beneficial for the skin. They contain healthy components such as potassium, iron and vitamins B1, B2, B6, E and C. They are ideal for treatment of oily skin and acne.

Kiwis

Kiwi is a leading source of vitamin C which is important in maintaining the youthful beauty of the skin. Kiwis can also help to reduce* puffiness under the eyes thus making the skin look generally beautiful.

Sweet Potatoes

A sweet potato contains loads of nutrients including potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, omega-3 and vitamins K, E, A, B and C. For skin care, it can be eaten or used as a face mask.

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