5 Salad Ingredients for Healthier Skin

5 Salad Ingredients for Healthier Skin

April 18, 2019

Most people aren't blessed with flawless skin and it takes a considerable amount of effort for the unlucky ones to keep their skin looking younger and healthier. Skin blemishes can make some people feel less confident and have lower self-esteem. There are several ways to treat skin blemishes naturally at home and we've listed a few below.

Ingredients for healthy skin

Radishes - Vitamin C, zinc, and some members of the vitamin-B family, present in radishes are good for the skin. The high water content in radishes also helps to maintain healthy moisture levels and hydration of the skin.

Arugula - It has antioxidant properties and is good for the skin. Eating the raw leaves can also provide defense against UV skin damage and slow signs of aging skin

Walnuts - The vitamin E content in walnuts helps in maintaining and protecting the skin from harmful free radicals. It also helps in preventing wrinkles and dry skin

Spinach - Shown to protect the skin from the harmful rays of the sun, including UV rays. Not only protects but also repairs the damaged genes to some extent, thereby preventing skin cancer in the long run

Avocados - Packed with nutrients that are beneficial for maintaining healthy skin. It enriches skin that is dry, chapped or damaged.

There are plenty of recipes out there to give you ideas on how to incorporate these into your diet. Do you have a favorite? 



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