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Top Ten Foods for Glowing and Healthy Skin

Healthy skin is not only a sign of youth and beauty; it is also an important indicator of a person’s overall well-being. The foods that we ingest have a direct impact on our skin’s health. It is rightly said that you are what you eat. So without further ado lets dive in the world of top ten foods for healthy skin.

1. Pumpkin (حلوه کدّو): 

       Pumpkins might have an association with a fairy tale of Cinderella, but they are no less than a real world magic food when it comes to their benefits for skin. Cooked pumpkin is a great source of vitamin A precursor- beta-carotene. It helps in improving cell turn over, thereby making skin healthy with a youthful glow.

2. Fruits (پھل):

Fruits are all packed with nature’s goodness, picking only one fruit seems nearly impossible, therefore I would say fruits in general have been known to improve complexion and make skin youthful.
All types of berries especially blue berry, raspberry and black berry are rich in anti-oxidants, which help in reducing the effects of free radicals on skin. Anti-oxidant rich food reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Carrots and citrus fruits contain carotenoids and vitamin C respectively, which are vital for a healthy skin.

3. Eggs and yoghurt (انڈے اور دہی):

Eggs form a vital component of a healthy breakfast. They are a great source of protein and healthy fat, especially egg white helps in tightening the skin pores and reduce saggy skin. Yoghurt contains lactic acid which clears out the dead skin cells, tightens skin pores, lighten dark circles and gives an even toned youthful skin.

4. Nuts and seeds:

Walnuts, almonds and brazil nuts are more than just healthy snacks of winter. Walnuts are a great source of vitamin E and B They fight free radicals and reduce the signs of aging along with combating the harmful effects of UV light. Applying Ayra Walnut oil can also make skin healthy and problem free.
Almonds are rich in fibre, omega 3 and 6, vitamin E, calcium, potassium, magnesium and zinc. It reduces oxidative stress in the cells, protects skin barrier and keeps it moisturized. Ayra sweet almond oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles and gives healthy looking skin.
Brazil nut is a great source of selenium- a trace mineral, omega 3, vitamin E and zinc. Selenium boosts elasticity of skin thus reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Zinc content treats acne prone skin.

5. Sweet potatoes (شکر قندی):

Sweet potato is not only delicious, it is also rich in carotenoids and vitamin C. Carotenoid rich foods are known to give a youthful glow to skin while vitamin C, on the other hand stimulates collagen production and delays the signs of aging.

6. Bone Broth (یخنی):

Bone broth not only makes a tasty meal, it is in fact an ultimate source of collagen and healthy fat. It reduces signs of aging, stimulates cell turn over and improves skin’s overall appearance.

7. Figs (انجیر):

Figs are a great choice of food for healthy skin. They are full of anti-oxidants that fight stress related skin issues. They also help in reducing inflammation owing to its proteolytic enzymes.

8. Salmon:

Salmon is rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which helps in protecting elastin and collagen found in skin. Astaxanthin found in salmon reduces inflammation and the effects of aging.

9. Oats, flax seeds and Soy ( جو, السی اور سویابین پھلیاں):

Oats are a popular option of healthy breakfast for a reason. They are rich in fiber and possess anti-inflammatory properties that soothe irritated and sensitive skin. Flax seeds are rich in omega 3, which keeps skin moisturized by locking in the moisture. Soy contains isoflavons, which help in boosting collagen production for healthy skin.

10. Water and other fluids:

Water is the number one food for healthy, youthful and hydrated skin. Green tea and coconut water also play an important role in keeping skin hydrated and supple. A hydrated skin is less likely to wrinkle and show signs of aging, moreover water helps in detoxifying the skin by eliminating toxins from the body.
Let’s reach out to mother nature for healthy skin and Go Herbaganic.

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