17 Good and Evil Foods for Beauty

Keeping skin and beautiful hair are also depends on the foods that you take. Learn which foods help in beauty.

When seeking tricks and resources to improve the appearance, then you probably consider all sorts of creams and solutions available in the market. But beauty also comes from the inside and out. Right foods can guarantee the healthiness of the skin, the shining hair and strength of your nails. Or, depending on what you eat can also affect the speed up of aging process and even cellulite get more worse.And now you will find out which foods are the best allies for beauty, and which can harm your skin, nails and hair.

The 7 Foods that are Bad for Your Beauty

1. Drinking Alcohol
Alcohol causes the loss of body water, and thus leaves the dehydrated skin without softness and older looks. This dehydration sometimes result cracks in the skin, the hair becomes brittle and weakened the nails.


2. Coffee
This is another drink that is best not to over-drink. The excess caffeine can promotes the increased levels of cortisol hormone in the body, which leads to skin aging and dryness. The nutritionist says that coffee is a vasoconstrictor, it decelerates the condition of the arteries that usually tend to a poor circulation, which contributes to the formation of cellulite.


3. Sugar
Sugar raises the level of glucose in the blood and this reduce the proteins which is responsible for maintaining the softness and firmness of the skin, this prevents the proteins to fully fulfil their responsibilities. Additionally sweets may also aggravate acne . Nutritionist already warning that sugar - refined or crystal - can cause dependence. Furthermore, it may cause imbalance in the intestinal flora. It inhibits the uptake of nutrients such as vitamins and minerals; attacks the intestine, increasing the number of bacteria and fungi in the body; and may cause inflammation.


4. Fats
Foods like salami, mortadella and ham are high in saturated fat and sodium nitrates. These substances promote skin inflammation, fluid retention and even intoxicate the body, accelerating the aging.


5. Salt
Salt makes the body retain fluid, causing swelling and may worsen cellulite. Nutritionist alert to the iodized salt, which is not good for the skin. The tissues swell, creating bags under the eyes, aggravate acne and even speed up the aging.


6. Soda
Rich in sugar and artificial coloring. The result is a less firm skin.


7. Industrialized Foods
The combination of dyes, preservatives, trans fat and saturated fat, Ingredient used so that food will last longer, does not help at all in your appearance and also increase blood pressure and the risk of myocardial infarction. They also contain a large amount of salt, which is harmful to the skin.

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10 Foods That are Good for Your Beauty

1. Water
This is one of the main elements for healthy skin. The reason is hydration, which prevents the appearance of wrinkles. Furthermore, the water helps to eliminate toxins which may contribute to earlier aging. It is best to drink about 8 to 12 glasses of water a day.


2. Berries
The strawberry, pomegranate, blueberry, raspberry and blackberry are rich in antioxidants, which are good for strengthening hair and nails. Antioxidants also protect the skin against the action of free-radicals, a molecules that help speed up the aging.


3. Leaves and Green vegetables
These foods are also rich in antioxidants, beta carotene, folic acid and magnesium, which fight skin aging. The darker greens are richer, and the more raw the better, in order to avoid the food losing vitamins monitor the heat temperature when cooking.


4. Milk
Calcium, found in dairy products, in dark green leaves and sardines. It is another essential minerals for the proper functioning of skin cells. Due to the fact that it helps minimize the sagging in skin and signs of aging. In addition, milk is rich in amino acids, essential for strengthening the bones.


5. Tomatoes
The fruit fights free radicals and helps to prevent aging as it is rich in lycopene (the substance that gives red color to tomatoes) and beta-carotene. The more mature and concentrated the more richer in nutrients.


6. Fruits, yellow and orange vegetables
Beta carotene (a precursor of vitamin A) have also positive benefits for beauty. The consumption of foods such as pumpkin, carrot and orange is essential for healthy hair. In addition to antioxidants, beta-carotene control sebum production, reducing excessive oiliness of the scalp. Also contributing to the softness of the hair and regulate cell proliferation. "


7. Cruciferous Vegetables
The name may be unfamiliar, but the foods are common: cabbage, kale, turnips, cauliflower and broccoli can also be allies for healthy hair. They contain iodine and sulfur, which help in the growth and strengthening of hair.


8. Flaxseed
Flaxseed is a source of minerals omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, vitamins and fiber. As a result, this food helps in moisturising the dry skin, particularly in higher conducive to drying and cracking in possible areas or spots that includes the feet.


9. Soybean
The benefits of soy for controlling menopause are already known. But the food is also good for the skin. Soybeans clso contain arginine, which has immunostimulant action, which is responsible for activating collagen.


10. Garlic and onion
Seasonings that abound in many different cuisine also do good for the skin because they have antioxidants. They also help block inflammation in the body.

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