5 Foods for Skin in Winter

 “You are what you eat” is true!

Winter is now coming and we can say that winter can be a brutal time of the year for your skin. A healthy diet with sufficient ballast substances gives good digestion so that the skin is permanently made toxic-free. It’s important to try to get vitamins from foods every day to protect the skin from the cold season. To maintain healthy skin, we should eat nutritious food. Today MCSARA will introduce 5 foods for skin in winter below:

  1. Avocado:

There’s a good reason we can’t stop singing the praises of avocado even if you’re afraid of becoming fatter. As we can see, the blend of healthy fats, proteins, and vitamins make it a powerhouse for your body inside and out. Alpert said that the protein helps support the structures of collagen and elastin in your skin, while the fat keeps your skin moisturized.

Let’s eat avocado every week to have smoothie skin!

  1. Sweet Potatoes:

According to studies, sweet potatoes help lock in moisture, give your skin a healthy glow and protect it from damage thanks to their abundance of vitamin A. Dr. Jennifer Lee, Board-certified Dermatologist, Medical Director REN Dermatology, and USANA Consultant showed that Vitamin A can help with skin renewal and decrease dry, flaky skin. Sweet potatoes are a great option in the winter.

Sweet Potatoes has good effects on losing weight.

  1. Carrots:

We should know carrots are rich in beta-carotene and lycopene that protect skin from UV damage. Although the sun is not too bright in winters, UV rays are still present all around us and harm for the skin. Moreover, Carrots are also packed with Vitamin A, potassium and antioxidants that keep dry skin and uneven skin tone issues at bay.

Vitamin A in carrots is also good for the eyes.

  1. Broccoli:

Broccoli is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help keep your skin healthy. Vitamin C and vitamin E protect against cellular damage. Vitamin B gives skin an enviable glow.

Broccoli can cook with pork, beef to provide vitamins.

  1. Eggs:

Studies have found that eggs are high in protein, promote cell regeneration and supply sulfur and lutein, which hydrates skin and elasticity. Egg yolks have important benefits of containing the carotenoid lutein, which like lycopene protects skin from UV damage.

Eggs are popular and delicious.

All the above are 5 foods for skin in winter that you must consume in your regular diet to have healthy and beautiful skin. If you have the others, please let us know by your comment below! Thanks!

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