To be truly, perfectly, beautiful, the beauty should not be only skin-deep, it should also radiate from within. The foods we eat have a very big impact on how we feel and how we look.
We can use the best quality skin and cosmetic products to look good on the outside. Maybe hide an impurity or two. But, to have truly beautiful hair and skin, eyes and smile, you need to eat nutritious, healthy food.
Advice on What to Include in your Nutritious, Healthy Diet:
For Beautiful, shiny, lusciously thick hair locks:
Your hair needs important nutrients and minerals to be shiny, luscious and thick. The protein, keratin, which hair is made of, gives every strand of hair its structure and strength. A high-protein diet will help prevent damage to hair and also help with the repair of already damaged hair.
Protein-rich food includes; chicken, fish, particularly salmon for its omega-3oils, eggs and nuts. To help iron absorption, (because iron assists a healthy flow of blood, which carries the nutrients to the hair) eat iron-rich food in combination with food that contains vitamin C. Omega 3, Vitamin B and Zinc are all important for Health of your hair and scalp. It will ward off dandruff and keep your hair shiny and soft. Also eat lots of broccoli, leafy greens, carrots, avocado, pumpkin and blueberries.
For Beautiful Skin:
Drink water, lots of water, and some more water! Dermatologists and Nutritionist, alike, agree that you need lots of water to flush out toxins and then also to keep the skin hydrated from the inside. Omega-3 helps to make skin supple and soft, and vitamin A is used by the skin to grow and repair skin tissue.
Eat carrots, pomegranate, pumpkin, mango, avocado, Salmon, nuts, broccoli, leafy greens, capsicum and drink green tea.
For Sparkling Eyes:
The windows to your soul, your eyes, should have a little sparkle. Lutien will protect your eyes from ultraviolet rays’ damage and will make eyes brighter and clearer. Vitamins C, A, E and Zinc are also important in the maintenance or your eyes.
Eat oranges, mangoes, eggs, papaya, spinach, yoghurt, carrots, strawberries, chicken and nuts.
For a Radiant Smile:
What you eat have a direct effect on your teeth. You should avoid any drinks and food that contains high amounts of acid and sugar, such as soft drinks and chocolates. Foods with vitamin D will help keep teeth strong, malic acid will help with whitening, and crunchy vegetables will help with the neutralizing of bacteria.
Bromelain, in pineapple, acts as a stain remover and breaks up plaque. Eat, cheese, milk, yoghurt, pineapple, celery, carrots, salmon, eggs, nuts, strawberries and raisins.
The best advice, eat a healthy diet.