The right nutrition for beautiful skin

The right nutrition for beautiful skin

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The right nutrition for beautiful skin

The right nutrition for beautiful skin

With the right nutrition to a beautiful skin

The choice of food not only determines how we influence our body weight, but also how the food affects our skin.

These foods will help you to get a beautiful and radiant skin.

Carrots

Carrots

For beautiful skin you often do not need expensive creams. Natural foods can also help you to improve your skin texture, add a shine to your face and fight wrinkles. Carrots can protect your skin from cell damage, such as that caused by too much UV radiation. They contain beta-carotene – a precursor of vitamin A – which is also known as a skin protection vitamin and is responsible for the formation of new skin cells. Since beta-carotene is fat-soluble, it should always be taken with a little oil for optimal absorption and utilization.

Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds

In order for new skin cells to form, you can also take advantage of the properties of pumpkin seeds. In addition to a high proportion of vitamin E, which provides the skin with moisture, and omega-3 fatty acids, they also contain zinc. This trace element promotes wound healing of small injuries as well as collagen formation. Collagens are proteins located in the middle layer of the skin, where they ensure that it remains elastic and firm. Zinc also helps to reduce excessive sebum production, which can be beneficial for acne-prone skin. Another ingredient in pumpkin seeds is iron, which transports oxygen to every cell in your body and helps to keep your skin beautiful.

Citrus fruits​

Citrus fruits

Oranges, limes, grapefruits and lemons – they are all full of vitamin C. This promotes collagen production and fights against damage to skin cells. If you are exposed to many environmental influences in your everyday life, such as sunlight, electro-smog and stressful situations, you can make additional use of vitamin C. It has an antioxidant effect and fights the free radicals caused by these influences. If these are released more often, cell damage can occur as a result. If you pay attention to regional foods, you can switch to cabbage for your vitamin C supply in winter.

Tomatos

Tomatoes

The red nightshade plants contain high amounts of the secondary plant substance lycopene. This is an antioxidant that can fight free radicals in your skin and render them harmless. This reduces cell damage, for example caused by sunlight, and prevents your skin from aging.

Fish

Fish

With regard to animal foods, the right diet for beautiful skin can also consist of fish. Herring, mackerel and salmon, especially oily species, have a positive effect. They provide essential omega-3 fatty acids that moisturize the skin. They also have an anti-inflammatory effect on skin impurities and early wrinkle formation.

Water

Water

Again and again water is praised as a miracle cure for skin. One of the reasons for this is that it provides sufficient tissue tension and thus prevents small wrinkles. The skin also receives more oxygen, as it is better supplied with blood due to a large amount of water. In the course of life, the water content in your body decreases and wrinkles can form more easily. A drinking amount of about 1.5 litres ensures that all metabolic processes of the skin can run smoothly. Depending on physical strain and weather conditions it can rise up to three litres. If you find normal water too boring in the long run, you have the possibility to drink green tea. This offers more taste and contains additional anti-inflammatory substances.

Avoid sugar

Water

In addition to all the foods that help you to have beautiful skin, there is also something you should avoid if possible. Excessive sugar consumption can not only have a negative effect on your figure and health, but also affect your skin. During the so-called glycation, the tissue fibres of the skin are attacked. Sugar that has not been metabolized is deposited in the skin and can attack the collagen there. This leads to a loss of elasticity and resilience and thus to increased wrinkle formation. Your skin is also closely connected to your intestines. If you consume too much sugar, this can damage the intestinal flora, which ultimately results in skin impurities.

Learn more about nutrition

In our free nutrition guide you will learn how to create your own nutrition plan.

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