Best Foods for Glowing Skin


Every woman wants to have fair complexion. A fair complexion means that a person is healthy inside and out.

Many factors have influence on the our skin – proper nourishment, good sleep, obeying the three rules of basic skin care which involves cleansing, moisturizing and sun protection. The skin is the largest organ in our body and it reflects our health from the outside.

Hence, a fair skin diet comprises correct nourishment and making some choices in our lifestyle which help us to develop a natural and healthy glow.


Antioxidants are foods that prevent cell damage and instead enhance the skin’s capability to heal and nourish fair skin. Our diet must consist of fresh fruits and vegetables because they are full of Vitamins A and C. Include lots of mangoes, carrots, berries, watermelon, coconut, bell peppers, greens into your daily diet.

Vitamin A contains beta carotene that protects the skin against damage caused by the harsh rays of the sun and other environmental factors like dust, pollution and so on.

Fruits such as avocado contain vitamin A, D and E and other foods such as yogurt, cereals, eggs, poultry, whole-grain breads and mushrooms contain high quantities of Vitamin B. Therefore, such foods that are high in selenium must be added in our daily diet like sesame seeds, asparagus, garlic flakes, cashew nuts and asparagus too.

Read the list below to see which are the foods that contribute to having healthy and glowing skin:

Green Tea 
Green tea has the ability to prevent acne and gives a glowing skin if taken regularly. It is best to drink around three or five cups of green tea everyday for you get the full benefits for your skin. Green tea is also full of antioxidants and these aids in giving your skin a healthier and youthful look. Hence, green tea not only provides many health benefits but also makes you look and feel younger and beautiful. Green tea also contains Vitamin B and C. Vitamin C is needed for the production of collagen that aids in firming our skin and also repairing it.


It is important to eat all foods that are tomato based such as tomato ketchup, tomato juice and so on. Hence, tomatoes in any form must be eaten at least three and five times in a week for gaining full benefits to get a fair skin. The lycopene in tomatoes also help in defending our skin from the harsh rays of the sun and also improvise the skin’s antioxidant condition.


Dark Berries

Berries are full of antioxidants and these aids in warding off any kind of blemishes on our face. Blueberries contain many antioxidants which protect our skin from aging faster. It is best to add one cup of blueberries in our cereal or yogurt every day.


Fish and seafood
A recent study revealed that people who ate a diet which is high in fish and seafood had very less wrinkling of skin. Fish contains omega-3 fatty acids and this helps in slowing down the aging process of our skin. Omega-3 fatty acids also help to ward off acne and pimples and are beneficial in regulating our moods and stress levels. Those who do not eat fish can take some fish oil supplements for reaping the benefits of fish and seafood.


Spinach is full of nutrients and antioxidants and is also packed with lutein. Lutein present in spinach keeps our skin sparkling and our eyes healthy. Spinach is also a good source of Vitamin B, C and E, iron, Omega-3 fatty acids along with calcium and magnesium. Hence, we must incorporate spinach in our daily diet in any form such as salads or soups or simple sauté/ them for reaping great benefits for your skin.

Brown Rice
Ceramides present in brown rice help maintain the moisture of our skin. So when we eat some brown rice regularly, the ceramides get integrated into the skin’s outer layers and aid in maintaining its hydration or moisture levels.


Garlic must be included in our daily diet. If you eat garlic on a daily basis, your skin cells will have longer life span and will look much healthier too. It also prevents cancerous skin cells to grow in our body. Hence, it must be eaten in any form such as including it in soups, or gravies and so on. It is considered as nature’s gift to us and has many curative benefits too. It is a germicidal and purifies our blood, controls our cholesterol too. It is an excellent source of phosphorus, zinc, potassium and iodine.
Our body needs Vitamins such as Vitamin A, B and C. Hence it is very important to consume lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and also take some vitamin supplements on a daily basis for preventing any vitamin deficiency in our body. Orange juice also has lots of Vitamin C and it helps in making our skin look fair, young and silky. 


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