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5 Vegan foods for great skin
5 Vegan foods for great skin

5 Vegan foods for great skin

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Dr. Batra’s™

As a health consultant, we know that our diet has a direct effect on our overall health and the appearance of our skin and hair. There are many creams available in the market to help you get rid of that eruption on your skin but it does not help to stop its recurrence. But there is even an easier way which can help you not only to get rid of that eruption but can bless you with a flawless, beautiful, glowing skin and glistening hair.

Now you are surely thinking about what is that shortcut? It is off-course the food we eat. Food is fuel; food is energy and food is nourishment for our body. You can glow from the inside out with the right foods. It is our best attempt to help you get to a glowing, spotless skin by including the following 5 vegan foods in your diet for a great skin.

  1. Almonds

Almonds are considered as a “superfood” due to the presence of high amount of nutrients within it. Almonds contain a range of vital nutrients in the form of soluble and insoluble fibre, proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E, potassium, zinc, calcium and magnesium. All these nutrients are highly essential for our skin health. Aging can easily be prevented with soaked almonds. Vitamin E and the other antioxidants present in almonds can help to eliminate the harmful free radicals in our body and hence it delays the aging process of the skin and you can look younger for a longer period. Best ways to consume almonds are by soaking them overnight and then eating them raw. It can also be added to fruits with some water, blended together and can be consumed as a protein shake post exercise.

      2. Carrots

Carrots not only have a delicious flavour but are also packed with good amounts of beta-carotene, vitamin A, minerals and antioxidants. Carrots offer many health benefits especially for organs like the eyes, skin, digestive system and teeth. Due to its essential contents like vitamin A, beta-carotene and antioxidants, carrots are highly beneficial for getting a glowing skin, getting rid of blemishes / scars, sun protection, preventing skin dryness, quick wound healing and delaying skin from ageing. It can be consumed by consuming it just the way they are or as a juice. Best way to consume carrots is raw. Cooking it would destroy its nutrient values.

      3. Sweet Potatoes

Collagen controls the strength, firmness, and flexibility of the skin. Sweet potatoes are packed with carotenoids and vitamin C which boost collagen production. Best way to consume it, is to roast and eat it with a dash of lime juice and black salt.

     4. Lemons

Lemons are packed with vitamin C, vitamin B and phosphorous. Lemons make your skin glow. The natural acids of lemon gently remove dead skin cells and lighten age spots. Lemon cleans the pores without stripping the skin of its natural oil balance since it contains citric acid in high amounts. Best way to consume lemons is to either have it with just water without sugar or else sprinkling it on your salad or fruits. Lemon also helps to make your body alkaline in nature and helps to keep your immunity at par.

     5. Papaya

Papaya contains papain enzyme in large amounts which help remove blemishes and black spots. This enzyme also helps to treat other skin complications like acne when applied topically on the skin. Papaya also contains chymopapain which is known to relieve inflammation. Papaya is rich in vitamin C which plays a major role in strengthening the skin collagen. Combining all these properties, eating papaya will help achieve a youthful and glowing skin. Papaya is best consumed ripe and with a dash of lime.

Start eating right by including these foods in your daily diet. To glow externally, your body has to be cleansed internally. Fruits and vegetables help you to cleanse your body and remove toxins. A clean blood circulation would bless you with a youthful skin.