When you talk about a good skin care diet, a number of foods can be beneficial for you. However, some of us love being on a vegetarian diet, while some of us on a non-vegetarian diet. So, if you are one of those, who love to have non-veg foods. Then this article will help you maintain your love for non-veg food along with following a good skin care diet.
List of 5 Non-Veg Food Ingredients that can promise a great skin care diet
We all know Bengali’s have long hair all thanks to the fish-eating habits. So, apart from hair, fish-eating is great for glowing skin as well. Fish is a rich source of Omega 3 Fatty acids that provide the skin with a natural dose of healthy oils. The oil helps to prevent skin issues like acne, redness, inflammation, and redness. Consume fish like tuna, carp or salmon. But make sure you use the skin along when cooking. And, FYI make sure you consume it grilled, steamed or baked. Don’t fry it to add some extra calories to your body.
Oysters are a great source of Zinc. Oysters can provide over 500% of your zinc needs. Zinc is needed for the growth and proper functioning of the skin cells. People with oily skin can have a great advantage from zinc as the minerals help in reducing the amount of acne occurrence when consuming zinc.
Eggs, as we all know, are a great source of fats and proteins. The yellow or the yolk part is made up of fat, and the white part is made up of protein. The protein content in the egg breaks down into amino acids that help in collagen building, skin repair and skin tightening. While the yellow part when consumed gives the needed nourishment to the skin. But avoid consuming too much yellow part or the yolk has more fat means faster skin aging. It also has B 12, which helps in red blood cell formation that reduces iron deficiency.
Chicken is a great source of protein. When you talk about chicken, look for grilled or baked chicken. Protein means tighter and firmer skin. It helps in collagen-building, elasticity, and tightening. It is rich in vitamin B6 as well, which helps in avoiding skin rashes and dermatitis.
Beef contains both omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. Both of these fats are essential for skin care. The Beef also includes a protein that acts as a building block of collagen and elastin. This keeps the skin both glowing, firm and free from inflammation. Opt for cuts like the flank and sirloin tip, which is the richest source of protein.