Firstly, aliments are the main elements for a beautiful skin. Once you eat the food, it becomes vitamins, minerals and amino acids that are good for your body health. If you crash diet or eat highly processed foods, your skin won’t be as strong and supple as it could be. For example, if you don’t eat enough protein, you are depriving your skin of the amino acids that go into making collagen (which makes your skin strong) and elastic tissue (which makes it supple).
The most important step is to avoid sugar. Low-glycemic diets have been shown to be beneficial to acne-prone skin. The sugar will quickly get into your bloodstream, making your insulin levels spike, which can aggravate acne, wrinkles and rashes. If you need a quick, portable snack in the middle of the day or after a workout, it’s better to have a handful of almonds and a piece of whole fruit. You’ll be eating better for your skin, and you’ll feel more satisfied.
It is recommended to eat an avocado everyday as part of your salad, or even throwing a half of an avocado into your morning smoothie. It supplies the skin with healthy fats and phytonutrients.