Tuesday, June 25, 2024

4 foods that spoil the glow of the skin

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Pollution and sunlight are harmful to our skin Which is why maintaining clear and healthy skin can seem difficult

Pollution and sunlight are harmful to our skin. Which is why maintaining clear and healthy skin can seem difficult. But not only external factors affect our skin, our diet also plays a big and important role in it. So it is equally important to take care of food.

Many times we don’t understand what kind of food to avoid to get perfect skin glow. Not keeping our food in check can worsen the skin condition. If you’re struggling to maintain clear skin, don’t fret! Nutritionist Deepshikha Jain shared a video on her Instagram. It says that if you want clear skin, you should avoid 4 foods.

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1. Dairy food
Nutritionists recommend avoiding dairy foods to get clear skin as it is an inflammatory food. Eating these foods can lead to more inflammation in your gut—which has a direct effect on your skin.

2. Processed foods and snacks
Avoid processed foods and snacks to get clear skin. Nutritionists say that processed foods contain refined sugar, artificial sweeteners and unhealthy fats that can create more inflammation in your gut and weaken the gut. This will directly affect your skin problems and acne.

3. Extra refined sugar
Nutritionist Deepshikha Jain shares that eating too much refined sugar can spike your insulin and your blood sugar. It can accelerate the aging process of your skin. That’s why eating foods high in sugar can make you look older at a younger age.

4. fried food
Fried foods produce free radicals that directly affect the aging process of the skin. It can cause inflammation in your gut and make the skin worse. So fried foods should be avoided as much as possible. It is best to avoid it completely.

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