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Top 5 Skin-Friendly foods for your skin


Top 5 Skin-Friendly foods for your skin
There are a lot of products on the market that markets you that they can keep your skin glowing and beautiful, But by this marketing, we forgot the main course for our skin, The food, many foods that are good for your skin more than you know,
Basically, these are the things that your foods must contain that are of great benefit to your skin health,
• Omega-3 Fatty Acid
• Omega-6 Fatty Acid
• Vitamin E
• Antioxidants
Research suggests that these and other nutrients and compounds in certain foods can benefit the skin. Also, hydration is as important for the health of the skin as it is for the rest of the body.
1. Fatty Fish,
Cold-water fatty fish, including herring, sardines, and salmon, contain an abundant amount of Omega-3 Fatty Acids, which from the study of 2016, has shown that omega-3 fatty acids help reduce the risk of non-melanoma skin cancers, especially in people who have the highest risks.
2. Walnuts
Nuts provide mostly the same benefits as that of the Fatty Fish, These can be easily added into the diet and this is more suitable for vegans or vegetarians.
Maintaining a balance between these two fatty acids is essential. And Walnuts are among the richest sources of both omega-3 and omega-6 unsaturated fatty acids.
3. Flax Seeds
Flax seeds are rich in an omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). a study from 2011 found that female participant with sensitive skin who took a flaxseed oil supplement for 12 weeks experienced:
• reduced skin sensitivity
• reduced roughness
• reduced scaling
• increased hydration
• smoother skin
4. Olive Oil
Among cooking oils, olive oil may be the most healthful choice for the skin.
This effect on monounsaturated fatty acids in the oil, as well as other compounds, such as squalene, may protect your skin from skin dryness and damage from free radicals.
5. Avacado
Avocados are rich in healthful fats and vitamin E, which support the health of the skin. The fats that are present in Avacado are the fats that can be produced by our body and it helps in preventing the skin from the environment.
So the Takeaway,
Always learn to value your food and eat to your health, So that you feel good from inside and outside.

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