Top 7 foods that perfectly protect the skin

Top 7 foods that perfectly protect the skin
Using healthy foods prevents itching, inflammation of the skin and allergies. For example, almost a third of people with diabetes have a skin problem due to damaged nerve endings and blood vessels. People who have the privilege of living near the sea can often use sea water (which is very beneficial to the skin due to the precious minerals it contains). Sea salt dispersed in the air is especially beneficial for nerve endings in the skin. Swimming in the sea strengthens circulation, encourages proper heart function and cell renewal, and relieves pain and inflammation. The effect of sea salt on the skin can be enhanced by using water and some foods.

  1. Paprika is a powerful antioxidant due to its high content of vitamin C. Vitamin C protects skin cells from the harmful effects of free radicals, maintains skin firmness, elasticity and beauty. Peppers reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. They contain vitamin E, flavonoids and 5 different carotenoids. Peppers and tomatoes are the healthiest ingredients in salads. Eat peppers in salads, soups and stews. Take out the seeds and then stuff the peppers with various vegetables, cereals and spreads (like hummus). Nutritional value: 100 grams of paprika contains 20 calories, 5 grams of carbohydrates and 2 grams of fiber.
  2. Walnuts-prevent inflammatory processes of the skin. Protect your skin from harmful sun radiation. Walnut acids stimulate the proper functioning of the heart and lower blood cholesterol levels. Walnuts are rich in vitamin E and selenium. These vitamins are powerful antioxidants. Zinc is necessary for the production of insulin in the blood. Walnuts are a calorie bomb so you should be moderate in consumption. Snack on nuts between meals. Add walnuts to cereal dishes and salads. Use walnuts as a filling for fish. Nutritional value: 100 grams of walnuts contain 691 calories, 3.2 grams of carbohydrates and 3.5 grams of fiber.
  3. Fish-fatty fish (such as mackerel and salmon) is the best source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are often not enough in the body (and are important because they promote cleansing and detoxification of the skin). Fish is excellent in the prevention of heart and blood vessel diseases and the preservation of the nervous system. Look for wild salmon because pond salmon is often rich in harmful metals. Fish can be a main dish with rice or cooked vegetables. Season the fish with nuts, a pinch of basil or lemon juice. Nutritional value: 100 g of salmon contains 206 calories, no carbohydrates or fiber.
  4. Pomegranate is a protector of the whole organism and rich in antioxidants. Polyphenols improve blood flow in the skin cells, which give a yellow color. One pomegranate is enough for the recommended daily intake of vitamin C. Pomegranate helps control blood sugar (diabetes 2) and stimulates the proper functioning of the pancreas. Pomegranate is best eaten fresh. It can be used to prepare juices and beverages. Chicken breasts in pomegranate marinade are a great choice for people who like experiments in cooking. Nutritional value: 100 grams of pomegranate contains 83 calories, 19 grams of carbohydrates and 4 grams of fiber.
  5. Hummus-delicious chickpea spread provides the skin with a lot of nutrients. keeps skin smooth and firm. Protects against harmful UV radiation. Neutralizes the effects of sulfites that can damage the skin. Chickpeas are rich in fiber that strengthens blood duos and controls blood sugar levels. Breakfast can be a slice of wholemeal bread coated with hummus with the addition of fresh tomatoes. Hummus can be served in a bowl with fresh vegetables. Sprinkle with ground sweet pepper and add a little olive oil. Nutritional value: 250 g of spread contains 408 calories, 35 g of carbohydrates and 15 g of fiber.
  6. Grapes-Black grapes contain a lot of antioxidants that help fight inflammatory skin processes and infections. It regulates the level of histamine in the blood and thus alleviates allergic skin reactions. Resveratrol lowers blood sugar levels. It stimulates the function of insulin in patients with type 2 diabetes. It increases the ability of cells to use sugar for energy production. Eat grapes between meals. Add to the fruit salad. Cooked grapes can be served with chicken. Nutritional value: 100 g contains 69 calories, 18 g of carbohydrates and 1 gram of fiber.
  7. Tomato is rich in lycopene which stimulates collagen secretion. It gives the skin firmness and natural radiance, while protecting the skin from harmful solar radiation. Tomato prevents the occurrence of cardiovascular and eye diseases. It is an excellent source of vitamins A, B6, C and K and potassium. Tomato is an indispensable ingredient in salads and a side dish with chicken. Tomato soup is a great choice especially because cooking releases more precious lycopene from tomatoes. Nutritional value: 100 g of fresh tomatoes contains 18 calories, 3.92 g of carbohydrates and 1.2 g of fiber.

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