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Food To Include In Your Diet For A Glowing Skin By Health Coach Preety Tyagi

Want a soft and glowing skin? We have a list of things you need to include in your diet for soft glowing skin.
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Published -11 Oct 2021, 13:56 ISTUpdated -11 Oct 2021, 16:00 IST
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The best feeling for any girl is to have glowing skin without makeup and guess what! It is not super hard to get amazing glowing skin. In a conversation with Preety Tyagi; she taught us about some foods that we need to take for a naturally glowing skin. To make sure you have a glowing skin and overall health, include the foods mentioned below in your daily diet.

Foods Rich In Antioxidants

 Foods with Antioxidant

Environmental pollution, stress and usage of preservatives or contamination in foods, increases the production of free radicals in our body. Free radicals are the charged by-products of metabolism which have the ability of damaging cells, leading to wrinkle formation. Antioxidants are required to stop this free radical damage in the body. Green tea, highly pigmented fresh fruits, vegetables, raw turmeric etc. are good sources of antioxidants.

Protein Rich Foods

 Rich in Protein

The firmness of skin is maintained by a component known as collagen which is mainly a kind of protein. Insufficient protein intake may hamper the collagen formation leading to the development of patchy and dark skin, wrinkle and fine lines. Keep a good amount of high quality protein like – eggs, meat, fish, dairy products, poultry products in your diet to meet the daily protein requirement.

Vitamin C

 Vitamin C for you

Vitamin C plays a dual role in keeping your skin healthy. It works as a potent antioxidant to fight against free radical damage and prevents the production of fine lines, wrinkles and dead cells. On the other hand, along with protein it takes parts in collagen formation and helps in keeping skin firm and youthful. Gooseberry, guava, papaya, orange, lime etc are some of the richest sources of vitamin C which must be included in diet.

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Water Is Lifeline

 Stay Hydrated at all times

To keep the skin hydrated, it is essential to drink around 3 liters of water on a daily basis. Incorporate detox water, fresh juice, soup in your daily routine so that the skin can get enough water and make you look flawless.

Vitamin A

 Vitamin A for you

Vitamin A is associated with epithelial health maintenance so it is of no wonder that it would be essential for skin health also. Lack of vitamin A can make skin really rough. Consume stuff like egg yolk, Carrot, Green Leafy Veggies to keep the vitamin A intake steady in your diet.

Vitamin E

 Vitamin E For You

Vitamin E works to block free radicals from the body, which play a large part in the aging process. If we can fight off free radicals, then we can reduce wrinkles and keep the skin youthful-looking. Wheat Germ oil, Nuts and seeds are rich in vitamin E. Introduce them in your diet to get the benefit of the elixir.

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 Preety Tyagi Quote

While incorporating these foods in your daily diet, also make sure to reduce the intake of certain foods from your diet too. 

  • Refined Flours and Sugar: People with higher consumption of sugar and refined flours are likely to be 30% more at the risk of developing acne. The refined carbohydrates have adverse effects on the insulin lent blood sugar which leads to the development of acne.
  • Fast Foods: Most of the fast foods have low nutritional value and are high in carbohydrates leading to the increased risk of acne. These foods are responsible for altering the hormone levels and the regular consumption of fast food is linked to acne development.
  • Omega-6 fatty acids rich foods: Omega 6 fatty acid in moderation is beneficial to the skin. However, excessive intake of Omega-6 fatty acid leads to an inflammatory state and acne severity
  • Increased intake of dairy products: Milk is associated with increasing the insulin levels of the body. Hence the people with higher intake of dairy products are more likely to develop acne than those who don’t.

Along with the dietary factor one must keep a check on their hormonal imbalances, cosmetic usage and stress factors. All of these play a very important role in maintaining proper skin health and giving you the glowing skin, you’ve always dreamt of!

Preety Tyagi is a certified Health Coach from Institute of Intergative Nutrition, New York. She is the recipient of Distinguished Service Award and Sashakth Nari Samman from government And recipient of Smart Global City Entrepeneur Award. She is also the Wellness Ambassador for Fortis Escorts. If you love articles like these then stay to to HerZindagi for more.


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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