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These Food Habits Will Help You Get Rid Of Those Dark Under Eye Bags!

Your food intake could be a reason for your growing under-eye bags. Here’s everything that gives your body the hydration it needs! 
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Most of us resort to supplements and creams to get rid of dark eye circles, but that may not give everybody the desired result. It is your food intake that determines the body on the outside as well on the inside. If you have a healthier lifestyle, your skin will show, glowing skin. Bad habits tend to show a lot quicker and are hard to go unnoticed, like your under-eye bags. 

Having a conversation with our expert Dietician and Nutritionist, Mrs. Anupama Girotra, we came to find foods that will help you ease your under-eye bags. 

Watermelon 

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Watermelon is a great fruit that provides you with vitamins like B1, B6, and C as well as potassium and magnesium. The fruit contains about 92% water, which is a great source to bring hydration for your skin. 

Watermelon is rich in antioxidants including beta carotene which supports eye health.

Papaya 

It is the anti-aging properties that bring Papaya to our list. This fruit is a rich source of Vitamin A, which plays a major role in getting rid of your dark eye bags. 

It also boasts magnesium and vitamin C. It is popularly known as a natural bleaching agent that helps to remove dark circles and clear your skin.

Iceberg Lettuce 

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Packed with a lot of fibers, iceberg lettuce is a go-to leafy vegetable to add to your meals. It may be tasteless but it is said to contain 96% water, which ensures hydration to your body. 

This green vegetable is the lowest in calories as compared to other lettuce choices available in the market, making it a beneficial choice for people who want to lose weight

Tomato 

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Tomato is the best food item to protect delicate and sensitive skin. Skin being the outermost layer, is tough but sensitive at the same time. It requires an equal amount of attention while you choose to consume food. Tomatoes help keep your skin glowing and healthy as it is a rich source of Vitamin C, potassium, and Vitamin K. 

They are high in antioxidants and lycopene, which help to protect blood vessels and improve circulation to the eyes. 

You can add this food item to your salad or as a puree in your next meal of the day. 

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Cucumber 

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Cucumber is a summer favourite food item. It has a high level of water content, making it an ideal choice for summers as well as for your eyebags. Consuming cucumber will help boost collagen production and fight with neven skin tone. 

Cucumber is rich in Vitamin K, A, E, and C which improves coagulation, the elasticity of blood vessels, and blood clotting.

Sunflower Seeds

Low iron content in your body is one reason why you have dark circles under your eye. Sunflower seeds are a vegan choice to opt for if you are looking for an iron-riched source of food. 

When you’re suffering from an iron deficiency, your body will absorb as much as 35% of the nutrient from your foods, vs only 10% when no deficiency exists.

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Orange 

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Orange is rich in vitamins C and A, both of which help to increase collagen and remove free radicals from the skin.

You can easily add this to your routine by carrying one to your work or anywhere you travel. 

Looking for more? Connect with us over our official Instagram account and drop us a comment. Stay tuned to HerZindagi for more tips and tricks to a better and healthier lifestyle! 

Disclaimer

Your skin and body like you are unique. While we have taken all measures to ensure that the information provided in this article and on our social media channels is credible and expert verified, we recommend you consult a doctor or your dermatologist before trying a home remedy, quick hack or exercise regime. For any feedback or complaint, reach out to us at compliant_gro@jagrannewmedia.com