5 Foods for Healthy Skin

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It is a well-known fact that the food and drinks we consume affect our bodies. Thus, if you eat foods rich in fat and sugar, this will reflect in the shape, size and texture of your body, and if you eat healthy and balanced food your body will be and look healthier.

This principle applies for all body parts and level, including the skin. The food we eat is extremely important for the way our skin looks like. Here are five foods and drinks you should consume if you want to keep your skin young and beautiful:

1)Water – it is essential for a good-looking and healthy skin. Water helps you get rid of all toxins accumulated in your body and makes your skin look healthier and younger. So, drink plenty of water every day.

2) Green tea – it is perfect for people who don’t drink plenty of water. Green tea has many different health benefits and it is extremely good for the skin. It can be drunk both cold and warm but it is recommended to avoid putting sugar or milk in it in order to not reduce its benefits.

cantaloupes for healthy skin3) Cantaloupe – this food is known to increase the level of antioxidants in your body and thus you have improved ability to absorb free radicals. All this reduces skin problems and help you achieve healthier and better looking skin.

4) Tomatoes – they contain high levels of antioxidants and function the same way as the cantaloupe, so include tomatoes in your menu for young and healthy skin.

5) Berries – the different types of berries, including strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, are rich in antioxidants and are very beneficial for the skin. You can consume them alone, added to cereal or combined with other dishes.

 

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