If you want to get beautiful and radiant skin then here are a few different ways. You can get it from the foods you eat, if you eat the right foods for beautiful skin, you definitely improve your skin.
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Creams & Moisturizer helps to keep your skin healthy and beautiful, protecting it from the outside in—but there are certain foods that can shield your skin from damage from the inside out. A study published in March 2010 in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology supports the idea that certain vitamins do help to protect our skin. Many of the same foods that can boost your defenses against skin cancer will also help keep your skin looking younger, smoother and ward off wrinkles. Here we rounded up 7 foods that are good for you and fantastic for your skin.
Olive oil contains Antioxidants which may help to protect the skin from premature aging. It also prevents free radical damage to the skin. Researchers found that a higher consumption of olive oil (2 teaspoons a day) was associated with 31% fewer signs of aging compared to people who ate less than 1 teaspoon. Olive oil beat out the other oils tested because about 75% of the fat in olive oil is monounsaturated fatty acids, which may play a role in the youth boost.
According to UK study, People who ate 5 tablespoons of tomato paste daily, along with a tablespoon of olive oil for 12 weeks, had 33% more protection from sunburn. If you consume tomato and tomato products abundantly, the antioxidant in Tomato (lycopene) improves skin’s natural SPF and your skin will naturally be like a baby's skin.
Eating Strawberries (Vitamin-C rich foods) may help to ward off wrinkles and age-related dryness. It has ability to mop up free radicals produced from ultraviolet rays and also it is essential for collagen production.
Drinking a single cup of coffee daily may lower your risk of developing skin cancer. According to European Journal of Cancer Prevention, those who drank one cup of caffeinated coffee a day reduced their risk of developing no melanoma skin cancer by about 10%.
Dark Chocolate is rich in cocoa flavones and has Anti-Oxidant Properties. It helps to less skin roughness and scaliness.
According to Researchers from the University of Arizona, People who ate orange peels had a 33% decreased risk for squamous cell carcinoma. A compound found in the peels, offers the UV-protective benefits.
Papaya is an excellent source of vitamin C—and research suggests that vitamin C may help protect skin cells against sun damage by promoting the repair of DNA that’s been harmed by UV rays.
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