Eating Your Way To Wrinkle-Free Skin

15:11' 28-05-2018
Instead of using creams and lotions to get rid of wrinkles, you can achieve smoother skin by making small changes to your daily diet.

    Tiêu thụ nhiều chất xơ Các loại rau xanh, hoa quả hay các thực phẩm họ nhà đậu rất giàu chất xơ. Tiêu thụ chất xơ là cách điều chỉnh lượng đường trong máu hữu hiệu, chống lại quá trình glycation dẫn đến lão hóa sớm.

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    Whole grains

    Instead of starch, eat more whole grains. Because they are low in calories, but rich in protein, fibre and vitamins, they are very good for your skin and body shape, as well as general health.

    Fibre

    Fibre consumption is an effective way to regulate the blood sugar level and prevent glycation, the main cause of premature aging. Increase your fibre intake with vegetables, fruits and legumes.

    Carnosine

    Carnosine, which is concentrated in the brain and muscle tissues, not only helps fight aging but also prevents type 2 diabetes and improves exercise performance. The best source for it is eggs, meat, poultry, and fish.

    Green tea

    Green tea is rich in antioxidants, so it is the most effective drink to prevent signs of premature aging, reduce wrinkles and brown spots, and protect the skin from sun damage. You should drink two cups of green tea a day.

    Tomatoes

    The high content of lycopene in tomatoes prevents glycation. This fruit is also rich in nutrients and vitamins. In addition to cooking dishes, eat raw tomatoes to nourish your skin.

    Healthy fat

    Healthy fat is essential for wrinkle-free skin. It is found in avocados, mackerel, nuts, beans, pumpkins and green leafy vegetables.

    Citrus fruits

    Collagen binding is what keeps your skin firm and wrinkle-free. Citrus fruits are rich in fibre, antioxidants and vitamin C, all helping to boost collagen binding.

    Spices

    Sugar and salt are the “quiet enemies” of the skin. Try to use less sugar and salt when cooking. Instead, you can use spices which are good for your skin, like ginger, garlic, turmeric, or cinnamon. These spices are capable of inhibiting the production of advanced glycation end products because they are anti-inflammatory, boost the immunity system, and balance blood sugar.

    Phung Nguyen

     

     

     

     

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