SunstarTV Bureau: Happy skin is a reflection of a healthy body and mind. During busy schedules in life, you may be a pro to maintain your daily chores but somehow you forget to maintain your beauty and always take it for granted. However, at the age of 25-26 your soft skins started to create wrinkles and you also develop dark circles under your eyes. Is not it a bit stressful for you? Using cosmetics is out of budget for sure. Then here inside the home, you can be benefited from some healthy food diet which will help you to obtain a youthful skin.
Let us look around the ingredients within your kitchen which can really assist you to maintain healthy glowing skin.
Ginger: Ginger is best known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that are found in the root of the spice. Not to mention studies show ginger can have a soothing effect on the skin, so don’t be surprised when you see it on facial menus, too.
Chia seeds: These tinny seeds containing omega-3 fatty acids. “Omega-3 fatty acids help provide building blocks for healthy skin cell function and new collagen production to keep the skin foundation strong and wrinkle-free.
Tomatoes: The salad is one of the best sources of lycopene, an anti-aging antioxidant that may also help prevent heart disease. But some research suggests that lycopene is more easily absorbed by your body when it’s cooked, so go nuts on those comforting stews and soups this season.
Avocados: High levels of healthy oils and vitamin E, both of which are found in avocados, provide the building blocks for healthy skin cell function. They may also help improve barrier function and hydration.
Egg whites: Another reason not to skip breakfast: “In addition to giving your body a dose of healthy protein that it needs, egg whites are high in the lysine and proline (amino acids), as well as collagen itself. So adding egg whites to your diet could help support your body’s natural production of collagen to help fight fine lines. Vegans and vegetarians can also try nuts—peanuts, in particular—since serve up a hefty dose of lysine.