5 Foods To Eat For Better Skin #GOLDENUDE

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We often hear the phrase ‘You are what you eat’.  Nutrition is important factor for your health - An unhealthy diet can not only damage your metabolism and cause weight gain, but also affect organs such as your heart, liver, and surely, your skin. Certain foods have ‘magical’ ingredients that will help keep your skin feel supple-smooth, help fight age-related damage, and glow. Wondering what to feed your skin? Here are five superfoods you need to try:

  1. Dark Chocolate
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As if you needed one more reason to eat chocolate, now you have it. Dark chocolate contains high concentrations of antioxidants. Studies have shown that cocoa keeps the skin thicker and more hydrated, less rough, less sensitive to sunburn, and better blood flow to bring more nutrients to the skin. All just by eating 20 grams of 70% dark chocolate per day.

  1. Green Tea

Sipping a cup of warm green tea does a whole lot more than relax you. Green tea is filled with anti-inflammatory antioxidants called catechins. Similar to dark chocolate, regularly consuming green tea can help protect your skin against sun damage, reduce redness from sun exposure, and improve skin elasticity.

  1. Oatmeal
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Oatmeal provides you with a nutrient-dense diet that will brighten up your skin. It will help feed your inflammation-reducing bacterias, minimize spikes in blood sugar that can contribute to skin problems, and strengthen your skin, because of oats' high source of silicon, a mineral that also helps the skin retain elasticity, slowing wrinkles and other signs of aging.

  1. Soy
Soy contains isoflavones that can maintain estrogen levels in the body, which can improve fine wrinkles and skin elasticity. In postmenopausal women, soy may also help improve skin dryness and increase collagen production, keeping your skin smooth and strong. Not only that, soy also protect your skin from damage from harmful UV rays, helping prevent skin cancer.

  1. Sunflower Seeds
In general, nuts and seeds are good sources of nutrients that are important for healthy skin. Sunflower seeds is a good example. They are an excellent source of nutrients, including vitamin E, which is an important antioxidant for the skin. They also contain linoleic acid, a type of fat that may prevent dry and thin skin.

Above are just some examples of foods you can incorporate in your diet. Any food high in nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins are always good for your skin. Have a balanced meal, drink plenty of water, cut down unhealthy fats and sugar, and you’ll be on your way to a more radiant skin in a couple of months!
Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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