Twenty Best Recipes For Healthy And Clear Skin

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There isn’t a single person in this world who doesn’t look at anyone with perfect skin and wonder what went wrong with theirs. Funnily enough, it all boils down to the lifestyle, food and hygiene for most people. The other reasons might be due to imbalanced hormones and genetics, but all of this is changeable to a certain extent. Most common deficiencies causing skin breakouts are vitamin A, B, C and E and reduced consumption of antioxidants cause aging and dull skin..Here are few selected recipes for healthy and clear skin.

1.Jaggery Sweets

Swapping out overly processed sugar for jaggery is a good idea if you experience breakouts due to sugar spikes. Jaggery is also said to increase hemoglobin production as it is high in Iron.

2.Citrus Squeezed Salads

People miss out on vitamin C too much. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that fends off free radicals and reducing the signs of ageing. Squeezing some lemon onto your salads is a right call if you have rashes, who knows if this bit of lemon may prevent someone from getting scurvy.

3.Saffron Is Your Bestie

Saffron is the most expensive spice the worlds got to offer. It is not only hard to harvest, but it is hard to find because of its high demand. It used to be a popular skin remedy that descends from the folk-lores. A few strands of saffron allowed to bloom in warm milk for few minutes is said to increase the radiance of skin.

4.Green Tea With Honey

East Asian people consume green tea and matcha on a regular basis. It is extremely rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and it does boost metabolic rate as promised. It is a bumper drink that when paired with honey becomes undefeatable. Caffeine might also be the reason you maybe breaking out, so instead of having coffee, try out green tea.

5.Dark Chocolate For Dessert

Dark chocolate is a good cheat dessert you can have. It has a considerable amount of antioxidants and doesn’t have too much sugar to give you’re a sugar spike and break you out.

6.Avocado Toast Or Guacamole

Avocado has all the essential fatty acids that make your skin radiant and prevent premature aging. Guacamole is a simple dip made by squashing avocados with some spices for taste boosting. You can have Avocado toast for breakfast as it is simple and fast.

7.Stuffed Bell Peppers

Bell peppers have antioxidants, vitamin C and certain antibiotics phytochemicals that prevent you from having bacterial acne. Bell peppers can be sliced and filled with cheese and other ingredients like tomatoes and grilled till it cooks. It makes a good snack.

8.Homemade Tomato Soup

Tomatoes have a good amounts of retinods like lycopene, carotene and Lutein. All of them prevent premature aging with their antioxidant properties. These retinoids are also said to have anti-cancer properties. Unfortunately, store bought instant tomato soups are provide none of the benefits and in fact are counter intuitive.

9.Substitute Your Oil With Flax Seed Oil

Flax seed oils have vitamin E that is strengthens the skin barrier, that prevents breakouts. Vitamin E moisturises skin as well.

10.Chia Seed Pudding

One can’t insist enough of how good chia seed pudding is. Chia seeds are the ace foods that have all the necessary vitamins.

11. Yoghurt With Berries

Yoghurt isn’t an option for you if you can’t tolerate dairy. But, it yoghurt not only has a probiotic value, it also has a lot of good fatty acids and amino acids that rehydrate the skin. Berries on the other hand have a lot of vitamin C that enriches the skin.

12. Smoothie Bowls

Smoothie bowls are simple blends of frozen fruit, milk or yoghurt and honey. Frozen fruits like berries have antioxidants, bananas have essentail fatty acids and good sugars. These blends can be a good substitute of ice creams in this summer.

13. Apple Sauce

Boiling down apples at home can make you a delicious and healthy dessert that you can either drizzle on or have it by itself. Apples naturally have enough vitamins to keep you away from the dermatologist.

14. Grilled Fish

Fish have fatty acids which are omega 3 fatty acids. These fatty acids are essential for proper body function and skin the same. Fillet your fish and grill it on the stove top with some salt and pepper. You get both protein and omega 3 fatty acids from it.

15. Roasted Carrots

Carrots by themselves are a great source of vitamin A, simply put Retinol. The same retinol that you apply under your eyes in form of a cream. Roasting carrots might make them more appetizing for you.

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Sweet Corn

Sweet corn not only has a great amount of fiber but also vitamin C and B. Simply boiling it in water and eating off of a cob is appetizing and keep you wanting for more. It is one “not-a-junk-food” that you’d  crave for once you get to like it.

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Substitute Dairy Milk For Soy Milk Or Nut Milks

Dairy milk can’t be tolerated by most people as they lose the ability to digest lactose as they age. Even if they could, spike of lactose cause breakouts on the skin, and that’s the reason we have soy milk and nut based milks like almond milk and oat milk. Change your milk and check out what works the best for you in all your recipes.

18. Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon tea is a drink that introduces lot of antioxidants into your body and fends of PCOD, blood pressure and diabetes.

19. Orange Marmalade

Having a dessert shouldn’t be punishable by breakouts. That’s the reason why we prefer to have fruit based desserts that don’t make us guilty for having them.

20. Chicken

Collagen loss causes skin to drag and make it wrinkly. And the best way to regain collagen is through meats like chicken and fish. Not over processing the meat is essential to keep the properties of it. And that’s why, grill the meat with some spices for the best results.