Who doesn’t want to look beautiful? Irrespective of one’s age and gender, each one of us desires radiant skin, healthy hair and strong nails. Though obvious but a very powerful fact is, we are what we eat. Poor dietary choices and unhealthy lifestyle makes us look more than our actual age, which obviously is unacceptable.
This season, go different and give your skin, hair and nails a new life by adding some wonderful food choices in your daily routine. Why wait then? Let’s get started now…
Great for skin and an essential ingredient of almost ever DIY tutorial and commercial skin products. Avocados are loaded with essential fatty acids and wonderful for maintaining & improving skin health. Also, they are rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and vitamin E.
Fish has omega-3 fatty acids and extremely good to maintain skin elasticity. Eating fish brings healthy glow to face as well as overall body.
Containing skin-beneficial vitamins and minerals, tomatoes are the way to go for flawless look. Besides, they are loaded with antioxidants which helps stay protected from sun damage and sunburn.
This amazing fruit has vitamin C along with enzyme bromelain, which softens the skin. It synthesizes collagen and plays essential role in repairing tissue and cells.
Eat this everyday to slow and prevent free-radical damage. Antioxidants present in it prevent the face from getting dull and make it young & glowing.
Deal with negative effects of sun by eating kiwi. Rich in vitamin C, this fruit has ability to undo sun damage and firm up the skin.
Oats contain biotin, zinc and potassium in high amount. Being deficient to these essential minerals leads to brittle hair.
If you are deficient in iron, not only you will turn anemic but also have thin hair. Eating red meat makes hair thick and stronger.
These nuts are not only tasty but also loaded with proteins and magnesium that are important for healthy, soft and shiny hair. Magnesium is anti-stress and very helpful for people who undergo lots of stress.
Oysters have plenty of zinc and proteins and boost hair growth like anything. Eating them regularly is an ideal way to maintain hair density.
Prevent scalp dryness with zinc and get the needed zinc by consuming pumpkin seeds regularly.
Strawberries are full of vitamin C and contribute in creating protein that makes hair strong and unbreakable.
If you have dull or uneven textured nails, lentils are meant for you. Eat them regularly and see these issues fading.
Keratin constitutes most part of the nails. To make keratin, proteins are needed by the body. Chicken is an excellent source of proteins; hence, don’t forget incorporating them in your diet.
Eggs are loaded with protein and biotin. Biotin is a B-complex vitamin which plays major role in the development of keratin. Eating eggs strengthen the nails and keep them healthy.
Though small but they are nutrient-rich. They make the nails strong and speed up their growth. Also, they are rich in beta-carotene and vitamin C. Anything else? Well, they are also full of vitamin K, B-complex and Omega-3 fatty acid.
Walnuts contain omega-3 essential fats that are essential for strong nails. Not just this but these also prevent splitting.
Coconut oil contains vitamins A, D, E, and K, which contribute to strong nails.
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