Glowing Spring Skin Healthy Diet

Spring is here, and it’s high time we took care of that dried-wintery skin again. Now it’s a whole process, and while we try to keep it fresh and simple here at Ja’s Lifestyle, we are sharing some of the best food to add to your diet, that can help boost your skin glow, and get ready for spring!

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Fatty fish

They’re rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which are important for maintaining skin health.

Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary to help keep skin thick, supple, and moisturized.

also a source of vitamin E, one of the most important antioxidants for your skin.

Getting enough vitamin E is essential for helping protect your skin against damage from free radicals and inflammation

fish provides zinc — a mineral vital for regulating inflammation, overall skin health, and the production of new skin cells

Avocados

Avocados are high in healthy fats. These fats benefit many functions in your body, including the health of your skin.

Getting enough of these fats is essential to help keep skin flexible and moisturized. 

Avocados are also a good source of vitamin E, which is an important antioxidant that helps protect your skin from oxidative damage. 

Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds are good sources of skin-boosting nutrients.

One ounce (28 grams) of sunflower seeds packs 49% of the DV for vitamin E, 41% of the DV for selenium, 14% of the DV for zinc, and 5.5 grams of protein (Source).

 Sweet potatoes

Beta carotene, which is rich in vitamin A, is found in oranges and vegetables such as carrots, spinach, and sweet potatoes 

When consumed, this antioxidant is incorporated into your skin and helps protect your skin cells from sun exposure. This may help prevent sunburn, cell death, and dry, wrinkled skin.

Broccoli

Broccoli is full of many vitamins and minerals important for skin health, including zinc, vitamin A, and vitamin C.

It also contains lutein, which helps protect your skin from oxidative damage, which can cause your skin to become dry and wrinkled.

Broccoli florets also pack a special compound called sulforaphane

Sulforaphane is a powerful protective agent against sun damage. It works in two ways: neutralizing harmful free radicals and switching on other protective systems in your body.

Red grapes

Red grapes are famous for containing resveratrol, a compound that comes from the skin of red grapes.

Resveratrol is credited with a wide range of health benefits, among them is reducing the effects of aging. 

Studies suggest it may also help slow the production of harmful free radicals, which damage skin cells and cause signs of aging.

Green tea

The powerful compounds found in green tea are called catechins and work to improve the health of your skin in several ways.

Like several other antioxidant-containing foods, green tea can help protect your skin against sun damage.

Green tea also improved the moisture, roughness, thickness, and elasticity of their skin (study found on: Source).

You should avoid drinking your tea with milk, as there’s evidence that milk could reduce the effect of green tea’s antioxidants

Home Remedy For Immune boost.

Coronavirus has made us all paranoid and scared about our immune system’s strength. Vitamins, a healthy diet, and exercises are the most common ideas and practices to come to mind.

While vitamins and medications come in handy with boosting your immune system and keep you safe from viruses, homemade remedies and foods are essential to boost your immunity and fight off bacteria stronger.

Most of our vitamins are taken from food normally, but adding a few smoothies of different fruits and vegetables to your diet is essential for your immunity boost.

The first one on the list: Citrus fruits.


Go ahead and squeeze that orange, beat that lemonade, and drink it as an addition to your breakfast. Fresh Vitamin C is highly recommended.

Second addition: Garlic.


Adding garlic to your diet is highly recommended. Garlic has a variety of strong immune-boosting properties. It is antimicrobial, antifungal, and antibacterial. If you hate garlic as raw, there are supplements that you can use but, one important ingredient that should be available is the allicin.


Third addition: Lemon Ginger tea


This “magical’ soothing tea has so many benefits. In addition to the benefits provided by the lemon, Ginger is known for its medicinal properties, including a high level of antioxidants and antimicrobial elements. A warm cup of lemon ginger tea is effective for boosting your immune system and keep you feeling healthy.


Fourth addition: Stay active

Staying active can help your immune system gather some energy and fight germs and viruses. Adding regular workouts to your day is essential in improving your wellbeing.


fifth addition: Sun


Sun is one of the Universe’s great gifts. Getting sun regularly and, if possible daily, can help boost your immune system big time.

Sixth addition: Essential oils


Especially: eucalyptus, peppermint, tea tree, lemon and, rosemary. This combo of essential oils is helpful when it comes to boosting your immune system:
Eucalyptus, peppermint, and tea tree will purify the air while lemon and laurel leaf eases breathing and opens airways, reinforcing your immune system.