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    Diet for Healthy Skin and Hair

    There’s no magic that will keep us looking forever young, but diet (and lifestyle and attitude) does affect how your hair skin looks and ages. There are numerous tricks involving food that can enhance your natural gorgeousness.

    Foods for Healthy skin

    • Vitamin C – As skin ages it loses collagen. Vitamin C is essential to make collagen, the structural cement of the body.Foods include Red peppers, strawberries, papaya, kiwi, oranges, blackcurrants, curly kale, Brussels sprouts, and broccoli.
    • Vitamin A – Foods include Oily fish, liver, carrots, sweet potato, red peppers, spinach, butternut squash, watercress, apricots and mangoes.
    •  Vitamin E – It helps the body to regenerate vitamin C, they are a crucial anti-ageing double act. Foods include olive oil, hazelnuts, almonds, other nuts, seeds and tomatoes.
    • Essential fatty acids – It help to keep the walls of the skin cells watertight and the skin well hydrated.  Foods includes cod liver oil, egg yolk, flaxseed oil, hazelnuts, oysters, prawns, salmon
    • Betacrotene – Large doses of beta-carotene improve its resilience and to a certain degree helps protect skin from sunburn. Foods include Carrots, fresh apricots, tomatoes, pink grapefruit and spinach.

    Foods for healthy Hair

    • Vitamin A – It helps to produce oil to lubricate the hair and scalp, keeping it healthy and shiny. Foods include Oily fish, liver, carrots, sweet potato, red peppers, spinach,butternut squash, watercress, apricots, and mangoes.
    • Zinc – Insufficient zinc can result in hair loss, increased fragility and colour loss. Foods include Seafood (especially oysters, crab and shellfish),
      lean red meat, chicken, liver, eggs and nuts.
    • Vitamin B5 – it stimulates cell growth and repairof the hair. Foods include Liver, yeast extract, kidney, nuts, brown rice, eggs, and pulses.
    • Biotin – It is critical for hair strength, growth rate and reduces hair loss. Foods include Liver, yeast extract, nuts, brown rice, eggs, and dairy produce.