Your Perfect Skin Diet Is Here

Nothing’s more true than the old adage, “You are what you eat!” Although there’s only how much control you have over skin concerns including pre-ageing, wrinkles, crowfeet and acnes, you must do your best to avoid/delay them. Beautiful skin starts from nourishment within, hence eating the correct balance of foods will nourish your skin to stay soft, firm, glowing and youthful. Here’s a list of five essentials so you can eat your way to a F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S and well-nourished skin!

Screen Shot 2016-08-26 at 8.01.17 PMEating the Essential Five

Eating the rainbow diet is must, at least five portions a day. The free radicals cause by smoking, pollution and the sun causes wrinkles, age spots and pre-ageing. The antioxidants and nutrients found in various fruits and vegetables are essential for skin rejuvenation/development and a heathy skin tone.

Screen Shot 2016-08-26 at 8.02.28 PMVitamin C

Vitamin C is the king of antioxidants. It strengthens the immune system and provides   radiant skin. Found in various fruits and veggies (blackcurrants, berries, broccoli, guava, lemon, sweet potatoes etc.) vitamin C produces collagen to boost the supply of blood to your skin.

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Losing and regaining weigh repeatedly? Stop. Today. Repeatedly indulging in crash diets causes sagging and stretch marks. Crash diets are more often short on essential vitamins and minerals too. Go on for a long period and crash dieting will reflect on your skin, and it won’t be good.

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The fats found in avocados, fish, nuts and seeds provide essential fatty acids – a natural moisturiser. These fats are also packed with vitamin E (many of us lack), which helps protect against free radical damage.

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There’s no way anyone can emphasise enough about the importance of water. In fact, even mild dehydration could make your skin look dry and tired. You need six to eight glasses of water a day. Although all fluids count, water scores the highest. And yes, avoid smoking and excessive alcohol consumption, both deteriorate your skin.

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