6 WAYS TO EAT YOUR WAY TO A BETTER SKIN

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Hello Dearies!

Food is just too good, especially when you eat healthy. The food you eat will definitely reflect on your skin, trust me!

Regarding the health of your skin, you don’t need to undergo expensive procedures or invest in pricey products to get smooth, healthy skin. To solve this, just hit up your local grocer to stock up on fresh food for a skin  glow. A skin glow depicts a better skin. Start integrating these nutrient-rich goodies into your diet and prepare to put your most beautiful face forward. Here are the six ways to eat your way to a better skin;

1. EAT FATTY FISH FOR DRY SKIN:

Go for fatty fish like salmon and tuna which contain good fats that help hold in moisture.

Fatty fish

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 2. EAT CARROTS FOR DULL SKIN:

These well known  carotenoid-containing veggies add subtle yellow tones to skin, giving it a healthy and natural glow.

Carrot

3. EAT SARDINES FOR ACNE-PRONE SKIN:

Sardines are high in DHA, a type of omega-3 which is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is a common cause of breakouts.

Sardines

4. EAT TOMATOES FOR PREVENTING SUNBURN:

Tomato fruit has a high level of the antioxidant lycopene which improves skin’s natural SPF. Eat this to prevent sunburn.

Tomatoes

5. EAT KIWIS FOR WRINKLES:

This little fruit is filled with vitamin C. People who eat diets high in vitamin C often see fewer wrinkles. Vitamin C has the ability to stimulate collagen production.

Kiwi

6. EAT WALNUTS FOR ECZEMA:

Walnuts contain an omega-3 called alpha-linolenic acid. A deficiency can result in dry and scaly skin so you need this as well.

Walnut

 The smooth journey to having a better skin starts with the aforementioned foods. Get them, eat them, and have your skin thank you now!
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