Since winter has bid us farewell, and the dreadful heat of the summer would soon be upon us, it is necessary to take proper precautions for the upcoming weather. The part of the body that literally takes the most beatings in the summer season, is arguably the most exposed one: our skin. And it is essential to know that sunscreens and other products that provide only external protection are not enough. So if you are one of the folks who are looking for a skincare routine to follow in this summer, you better prepare yourself your healthy eating patterns as well since an external skin regime without a proper diet won’t be much of a help. So, the wiring team of Pakistan’s largest online food network: your very own sooperchef is going to enlist some tasty and healthy 5 foods to have good skin this Summer that are going to aid you in the battle against summer-related skin problems!

Apples

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is an oft-quoted proverb, and everyone has heard it. That is because apples are great for health: they improve digestion as they are rich in dietary fiber, help in the reduction of diabetes, and reduce body’s weaknesses etc. But very few people are aware of the benefits that a crunchy, juicy apple has to offer for our skin. Apples are loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants which averts early signs of aging and wrinkles and keep the skin looking young and supple. Apples are also packed with vitamin A which helps in the healthy development of your skin cells while going a long way in the battle against UV rays. So next time you see an apple, grab it on the go or just add it to your favorite fruit salad and enjoy the taste and benefits altogether.

Beetroot

Beetroot is clearly not one the tastiest veggies to savor your taste bud with, but wait till you read about the health benefits and nutrients it carries. For starters, it’s an outstanding source of iron, vitamins like vitamin c which is great for immunity development and fortification, the dietary fiber that is great for digestion, and minerals like potassium and manganese which are great healthy nerve and muscular function as well as the proper functioning of pancreas, liver, and kidneys. If you suffer from breakout-prone skin, then consider adding beets to your diet for they have anti-inflammatory properties that will help you with your skin condition. Furthermore, it will make your lips look naturally pinkish and provide them with a soft and supple texture while helping in the elimination of dark spots and help with skin lightening as well.

Plum

The red and deep purple shades of a fruit are a natural indication that the fruit is high in anti-oxidants and plum happens to be one of those fruits which are known not only for their high antioxidant content but also, for their anti-inflammatory properties. Plums have a natural tendency to produce collagen and fight signs of aging like loss of elasticity and wrinkles. They help perk up the blood circulation and reduce inflammation which protects the skin from ailments like acne, wrinkles, and blemishes.

Pumpkin Seeds

When it comes to healthy choices to add to your diet, especially when a healthy skin is under consideration, Pumpkin seeds come second to none. These tasty seeds are loaded with various vitamins, minerals and fatty acids and a wide variety of nutrients like protein, manganese, copper, and zinc. These little seeds are a like a nutritional powerhouse and great for the skin as they provide you with vitamins like Vitamin A, which helps in the production of new cells. So, if you suffer from a skin related problem, eating pumpkin seeds might sound like a very good idea. It will also help regeneration of new skin to replace the old, dead skin cells. Furthermore, they are full of Vitamin E, which helps in the achievement of an improved skin tone as well as the softening of your skin. Presence of minerals such as zinc and selenium promote the collagen levels and provide the skin an extra layer of protection against environmental pollution and UV rays. Last but not least, the crucial fatty acids play a key role in the maintenance of oil production and sustaining the moisture level of the skin.

Kiwi

Kiwi is not only an incredibly delicious fruit but it also packs extraordinary nutrients which are a very good source of antioxidants, and vitamins C and E. It is the ideal amalgamation to keep your skin moisturized and have just the right amount of collagen to keep it soft and supple. Furthermore, the dietary fiber content of kiwi fruit helps in the elimination of the waste and toxins from the body.

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