Seven tips for beautiful and smooth skin and shiny eyes and hair

Seven tips for beautiful and smooth skin and shiny eyes and hair
With certain types of foods, acne, dark under-eye circles, lifeless hair and the first signs of aging are successfully treated because beauty comes from within.

  1. Acne-supplementation of vitamins A and B helps against acne. Green leafy vegetables (containing vitamin B6) affect the withdrawal of pimples. Zinc and potassium are the most effective minerals against acne. The richest sources of zinc are turkey, shellfish, eggs and milk. Calcium is mostly found in lean cheese, skim milk, yogurt and sesame seeds.
  2. The wrinkle-human body contains 70% water so one should drink enough fluids. Otherwise, the skin remains dull and loses elasticity, which causes the premature appearance of wrinkles. Fruits rich in vitamin C are the best anti-wrinkle remedy. One kiwi a day is enough for daily needs. Vitamin C helps the body create collagen (essential for a more beautiful appearance of the skin which gives it radiance and tone). The skin is elastic and premature wrinkle formation is prevented if there is enough collagen in the body. Vitamin A, which is increasingly used in the cosmetics industry, has also been proven to help fight wrinkles. The first signs of aging will be easier to prevent if you nourish your face both inside and out. Therefore, foods rich in vitamin A (cheese, eggs, fish oil, milk and yogurt) should be included in the diet. The body can also produce vitamin A from foods rich in beta-carotene (spinach, carrots, apricots).
  3. Cellulite – the so-called “orange peel” with appearance on the thighs, abdomen and back of the body but can be corrected with diet. Adhering to some rules for a long period of time helps to solve cellulite. These are the rules:
    a) It is advisable to avoid the following foods: cured meat products, red meat ready industrial dishes, snacks, sauces, mayonnaise, butter, fried foods, biscuits and cakes.
    b) Recommended foods are: fresh fruits and vegetables, cold pressed olive oil, wholemeal rice and pasta, wholemeal bread, mushrooms, honey, fresh fish, white meat, whole grains, yogurt and skim milk.
    c) Foods to be dosed: salt (soup cubes and sauces should be avoided because they contain salt in large quantities), sugar, coffee.
    Cellulite is solved primarily from the inside. An important cause of cellulite is the accumulation of harmful substances and water that settle next to fat cells. Three elements that are often missing in the daily diet help to eliminate cellulite. Sulfur because it prevents the expulsion of accumulated toxins that are the result of improper diet. Sulfur is found in foods rich in animal protein (meat, fish, milk, cheese and eggs). Potassium helps to remove excess fluid, which alleviates swelling. Potassium is found in milk, fruits, cereals, tomatoes, bananas and potatoes. Vitamin C increases collagen production. It prevents the accumulation of fat cells in the tissues. Vitamin C is found in southern fruits, tomatoes, pepperoni, parsley, onions and garlic, horseradish, sprouts, soy sauce, fresh fruits and dried fruits. Fruits and vegetables cleanse the body. Bananas, citrus fruits, watermelon, melons, potatoes and tomatoes are extremely rich in potassium. Forest fruits (for example, blueberries) are rich in bioflavonoids that help in microcirculation. Pineapple is a great choice because it contains a lot of fiber. Water intake should be increased, ie intake of 2.5 liters per day, counting water from food, in order to eliminate toxins from the body. It is important to prepare meals properly. Vegetables and fruits are eaten raw or steamed without fat. The meat is baked with a little olive oil on the grills of an oven or grill pan. A good investment is quality utensils in which food can be stored with little or no fat and which will last a long time.
  4. Redness (or Rosacea) – Redness on the face or rosacea most commonly affects women or people with lighter complexions. The real cause has not yet been found, but in addition to the hereditary factor, heat and exposure to sunlight play a role, Fish on the menu will solve unwanted redness on the face as often as possible. Refreshing salads with plenty of fresh cucumber are a good choice. Foods with vitamin E (sardines, egg yolks, green leafy vegetables, nuts and whole grains) should be included in the diet.
  5. Dark circles – are most often a sign of insufficient sleep but can be the result of kidney problems or anemia. Increase your intake of foods rich in vitamin c and potassium (bananas, apricots, peaches, oranges, tomatoes, potatoes) and sulfur (asparagus, bitter vegetables) because these foods encourage the removal of harmful substances from the body. Avoid too salty and spicy foods because salt retains water in the body.
  6. Tired skin – for healthy skin you should eat enough protein (chicken, beans and fish). Healthy fats should be used without which the skin is dry and lifeless. These include olive oil, blue fish, seeds and avocado. It is important to take enough B vitamins (cereals, liver, dairy products, brewer’s yeast and green leafy vegetables). The skin will be protected by vitamin C (berries, i.e. blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and currants), which has a significant role in wound healing and protects the skin from harmful sun rays. Vitamin C is present in citrus fruits (orange, lemon and grapefruit and tomatoes, pomegranates, strawberries, broccoli. Red and black pepper. Grapes are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that have been proven to help fight the first signs of aging.
  1. Tired hair without shine – for healthy and shiny hair you should eat enough protein (chicken, beans and fish). Healthy fats should be used without which the hair is dry and lifeless. These include olive oil, blue fish, seeds and avocado. For healthier hair, it is good to eat oats, spring onions, legumes, milk, eggs and green leafy vegetables. Signs of iron deficiency in the blood are paleness, fatigue and increased hair loss. The best sources of this mineral are liver and red meat, lentils and beans, dark green leafy vegetables, eggs and dried fruits. It is also recommended to use vitamin C or foods with this vitamin, because that way iron binds faster in the body.

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