Two Steps To Make Your Skin Glow Naturally
As you age, you develop quite a large amount of wrinkles, and hair turning gray. There are various other aspects of aging from muscle degeneration to slower heart beat and decrease in bone density. Skin glow, anti-aging, everlasting wrinkle free skin, and looking younger are the hot topics of cosmetology as well as science for a whole lot of centuries now. This is no surprise that humans have a strong urge to live forever or at least … longer than ever before. There has always been an exacting bunch of research ongoing all the times, at all points of history we see back from now.
Cosmeceutical companies have launched millions of products and are doing so each progressing year. Each new product comes with a new slogan, and intense glare, compelling people to try the one-more-chance-to-live-forever product.
Medicinally, nutritionally and scientifically, there is no magic wand or elixir discovered till date having ability to reverse or stop the aging process. Yet, studies show that your diet makes a big difference to how your aging process proceeds. What you eat decides how you age. There are several foods that are found quite effective in slowing down the aging process and may be helpful enough to make you look younger and make your skin glow forev.
So here are the things you can pay attention in order to have younger looks in your older age:
Good Fats are necessary
Not all fats are bad. It is widely mistaken among the people that all fats are forbidden and one shouldn’t take fats at all. The fact on the other hand is utterly different. Some fats are good just as others are bad. And you should be making a wise choice for taking enough of good fats in order to maintain a healthy physiology in your body.
Omega-3 and omega-6 are the subjects. They are essential fatty acids (EFA) required by your body and you need to take them in your diet. They play a variety of important roles for your good health. Skin impairment, dryness and wrinkles are some of the several problems you may face once you are EFA deficient.
Foods rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are fishes, nuts (walnuts, cashew, almonds, pistachio etc.), egg yolk, avocado and berries like blackberry, blueberry, raspberry and strawberries. Seeds like tukumaria (tukhm-e-balangoo or basil seeds) and chia have a good amount of omega-3. You can also have omega-3 fish oil supplements if you have a poor diet or bad nutritional routine.
Antioxidants are vital to make skin glow
Oxygen is one of the most essential parts of life processes. Yet there are several injurious aspects of it that are consumed to harm your health. Oxygen is a highly reactive atom and thus is capable of becoming a part of potentially damaging molecules commonly called “Free Radicals”.
These free radicals cause many diseases. Cell-damage by these free radicals is widely accepted to be the main cause of aging…and other fatal diseases too.
Our body has a natural mechanism to get rid of these harmful molecules called “Antioxidants”. The deficiency of antioxidants may lead to several problems. There are various natural sources to overcome this deficiency and you can attain a valuable amount of antioxidants in order to boost your young-looks.
Common antioxidants are Retinol (beta-carotene as a precursor), Vitamin C and Vitamin E.
Retinol (also called Vitamin A) is a powerful antioxidant. Foods rich in retinol are carrots (of course for beta “carotene”), sweet potato (shaker qand), Tuna fish, mangoes, red pepper (quite unease), peas, peach…and…beef liver (yuck!! But it is a good source of retinol and vitamin C)
Vitamin C also has a role in producing collagen (a skin protein). It also acts as an antioxidant. Some Vitamin C-rich foods are kiwifruit, berries, papaya, orange, pineapple, lemon, lime, all citrus fruits, broccoli, okra (bhindi), cabbage, cauliflower, tomato and green leafy vegetables.
Vitamin E is, again, of great importance. You normally get the needed amount of it from your diet. But taking natural fruits and vegetables are of greater good. Almonds, Swiss chard, Mustard Greens, hazelnuts, avocadoes and olives are some of the high-Vitamin E things you may proceed for.
Well, there is no SEVERE need to waste your hundreds of thousands of rupees on cosmetic stuff. You may use sunscreens, though. Sunscreens will protect your skin from sun-attacks, and will also maintain skin glow and the smoothness of it for a longer time. But they work more effectively when you have taken adequate amount of dietary essentials mentioned above.