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9 Antioxidant Foods For Your Hair And Skin Protection

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How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Ever thought of having more antioxidant foods for better hair and skin protection?

Come to think of this…

Do you ever find yourself looking at huge billboards and gawking at the flawless skin and hair of the models? Do you wonder how they acquire such spotless beauty? Well if you think it is only the magic of makeup then you are wrong.

Have you ever watched the diet plan and the workout routines of the supermodels like Victoria’s Secret models? They follow a strict diet plan to achieve such glowing skin and lustrous hair.

The fact is that you too can flaunt such glowing skin and silky hair, the treasure is in your kitchen and, at times, in your refrigerator itself.

Let’s get glowing with these:

9 Amazing Antioxidant Foods For Healthier Hair And Skin

1. Blueberries

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Yes it is costly, pricey and some also deem it as fancy, but it gets the task done. It is not that hard to find these days, if not in a market nearby you, then you will find these at your doorstep, thanks to online markets.

Packed with vitamin C, berries are your skin’s best friends. They make your skin firm and strong, you can bid goodbye to those wrinkles. It helps in the production of collagen which helps in the growth of cells and blood vessels.

All you have to do is include them in your diet every day. You can take it with your breakfast; it’s an amazing topping for your bowl of oats.

2. Spinach

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Well, Popeye’s favorite snack should be yours too. This leafy vegetable knows no limits when it comes to benefits.

This green vegetable is an excellent source of antioxidants. It is rich in vitamins B, C and E, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Remember when your mother tried to feed you spinach every day? Well, she was right.

Try to include some spinach into your diet to maintain healthy and glowing skin and hair.

3. Tomatoes

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Probably one of the stars in the world of homemade remedies for hair and skin. It is a rich source of lycopene which is an antioxidant that delays your aging.

Lycopene is absorbed in your body easily when a tomato is cooked. You can also apply tomatoes directly on your skin to lighten and even tone your skin.

4. Walnuts

You must have come across various face wash and scrubs with walnut in it, same goes for many shampoos and hair oils.

Have you ever wondered the reason behind this? It is because, walnut is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E. It helps to get a smoother skin, healthy hair and eyes.

The best thing is walnuts can be included in your daily intake quite easily, throw in some in your salad, some in your brownies or even top it on your dessert.

5. Kiwi

Again one of those fancy fruits. But no matter what, this little guy will get your skin glowing and your hair strong and silky. It is a rich antioxidant and packed with vitamin C.

It helps to combat heart diseases too, which is undoubtedly a plus point. So next time when you see these on the market pick some up and slice them up to add to your boring banana sandwich. Or maybe make yourself a fancy bowl of kiwi salad.

6. Dark Chocolate

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Yes let’s cheer up because we are going to explore the health benefits of dark chocolate. Sounds suspicious? Worry not, just read on. You will be surprised to know that dark chocolate contains anti-aging properties. Many models add a cube of dark chocolate to their daily diet. Mind you the size of the cube matters, so don’t go overboard.

Dark chocolate contains flavonoids which protect your skin from the UV radiations, fights wrinkles and fine lines too.

Related Read: How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Skin Health

7. Yogurt

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Okay, this is probably the most sort after home remedy. It is rich in calcium and protein. It has all the good bacteria that your body will appreciate because it will help you with your digestion, glowing skin. It will also help you lose that unwanted fat. Mix it with your granola or have it with some sliced cucumbers to beat this summer heat.

8. Avocados

Fancy, pricey, green and creamy. But adding this to your diet will give you a creamy skin, as creamy as its texture.

Avocados are a rich source of antioxidants, fiber, potassium, magnesium, and folate. It is a nutrient booster hence it helps the body to absorb nutrients from other food that your body takes in. Avocados are any fit person’s best friend. You can slice it up and make a sandwich, or just throw a few pieces in your salad bowl.

9. Quinoa

If you haven’t heard about quinoa salad then you were probably living under the rock. But it’s never too late to learn something new. Quinoa is a tiny grain-like seed.

A bowl of this and you are set to face a hectic Monday or any day. It is a powerhouse of energy and nutrition. Packed with proteins and amino acids, this will give you healthy skin and hair.

Quinoa is a new favorite of all the fitness freaks out there. Mix it with some green veggies, and sauté it and you have your healthy green lunch ready.

We all crave for healthy skin and healthy mane. So yes, the above doesn’t come with any gender so anyone and everyone can try them out (if you are not allergic to any of the above).

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A month of adding even a few of these to your diet will show the positive results and you will know how those models look so beautiful in cute cardigans and no makeup.

Healthy and glowing skin is also a sign of a healthy body which is free of toxins.

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How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

How Antioxidant Foods Are Necessary For Your Hair And Skin Protection

Well, these antioxidant foods are definitely be great for healthier hair and skin! Have you tried any of these delicious antioxidant foods? Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below…

Stay healthy!

Jess!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jessica is a new writer. She loves traveling and reading. She wants to explore everything in her life. She believes that fashion and trends inspire her to write an informative and interesting piece of work.

She believes that a healthy diet is a key to healthy living.

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Comments

  1. I was pleasantly surprised when I actually enjoyed some of the foods on your list! Usually healthy blogs mentioned so much of an edible stuff that I just give up from the get-go, but some of it sounds delicious.

  2. I appreciate posts like this that talk about the nutrition it takes to maintain those looks. If they have to maintain everything with makeup it would be too much work. Awesome writing.

  3. Totally agree. What you put inside your body has an effect on how you look from outside. Thanks for the informative piece.

  4. You have perfectly underlined how the health of our skin (and hair) does not pass only from the right cosmetic products, but also and above all from foods. The two things combined have great effects!

  5. Thanks for sharing this great post. Now, I have more reason to indulge spinach and dark chocolate.

  6. I had no idea! When my eldest child was a baby I got a great book that highlighted what nutrition was in each food, but it didn’t have any antioxidant information. This is good to know.

  7. This is really interesting to read – I have to admit I didn’t know about most of these! I am all for adding in some more of these to my diet, berries and kiwi for sure.

  8. I have heard Quinoa is healthy but I haven’t tasted it yet 🙁 I need to start eating Blueberrie. I had been avoiding them. This is a good information for me.

  9. So happy to see I eat most of them! I need to prepare more quinoa though. Love blueberries and avocados.

  10. This looks and sounds great. I am so much more concerned with my skin now than I used to be. So important to eat healthy foods like these.

  11. My daughter eats blueberries all of the time and you’re right, they are so expensive! But they are good for you. I also add spinach to all of my cooking because it is packed with goodness.

  12. There are so many great foods out there that we can use to our advantage. This list is really awesome!

  13. Such an informative post. I already love so many foods from this list, especially spinach and avocado! Thanks for sharing!

  14. Agree. One should be careful to maintain a balanced diet and consume enough antioxidant foods every day to stay healthy and enjoy all their great benefits.

  15. First off sis, your new blog layout is phenomenal! I feel like I’m reading a magazine!!! Congratulations it’s beautiful!
    Ok, so I never knew quinoa helps with the growth of hair, but after realizing it’s full of protein and amino acids, it makes total sense. I’m going to buy some and mix it with tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, avocado chicken and bacon. Thanks for the heads up sis!

    Natonya | https://justnatonya.wordpress.com/

    • Aaaw…thank you sis! I’m glad to hear that you actually love it. Anyway, after you get these healthy ingredients, do share your recipe too. I can’t wait to read it. It already sounds yummy!
      Xoxo!

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