The Best Foods for Your Skin

Posted on Mon, 13 Jun 2016 in: Tips and Tricks 0

At Bella Aura, we believe that good skin care is a part of a holistic health regime. Your diet can greatly impact the condition of your skin. Poor eating habits can lead to excess oil production, blemishes, and wrinkles. A healthy and natural diet can improve your skin’s elasticity and prevent blemishes and signs of aging. Here are some of the best foods to eat to maintain healthy skin.

Dark Chocolate

Satisfying for your sweet tooth and your skin? It sounds too good to be true, but dark chocolate contains high levels of cocoa, which helps keep skin hydrated. Dark chocolate also contains flavonol, which is a potent form of antioxidant. This helps to keep skin supple and radiant by eliminating dry, rough skin. This is good news for sweet lovers everywhere, but remember: everything in moderation. The daily recommended amount of dark chocolate is 100 ounces, or about one square of a bar.

Walnuts

Walnuts are the only type of nuts that contain omega-3 fatty acids, which help to improve skin’s elasticity. Omega-3 fatty acids are usually found in fish, so it’s especially important for vegetarians to get this essential nutrient by eating walnuts. Walnuts also contain copper, a mineral that increases your skin’s collagen content. Walnuts contain a specific omega-3 acid called alpha-linolenic acid, which helps to prevent eczema. Who knew a little nut could do so much?

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower seeds are a great source of vitamin E, which has many benefits for your skin. Vitamin E helps to reduce pimples, and protect your skin against sun damage. Sunflower seeds also contain essential fatty acids that keep your skin hydrated. Choose sunflower seeds as a summertime snack and keep your skin glowing all season long.

Your diet and skin care regimes go hand and hand. The right diet will help your skin stay radiant and healthy. Finally, to complement a healthy diet, take care of your skin using only all-natural skin care products.

 

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