Diet for clear skin

having clear skin, is not as difficult as we think and healthy or clear skin has a different meaning for each one of us, some people are happy with freckles on their face, and I think that is the best kind of beauty one can have.
still, because everyone wants to know about this, I have tried to write this article with all the best possible tips for clear skin, I won’t be telling you anything about applying on your skin for getting clear skin, instead, we will talk about how to retain a healthy skin, which for me is the clear skin.
before I start, I want to explain the reason for writing this article.

Recently, my niece came up to me and she asked me about some tips for clear skin, I asked her why is she so obsessed with clear skin and she told me that because every other girl she watches on t.v or social media has got the best skin.
I just want to use this platform for people to know, that those who are on tv or social media have got a lot of makeup layers on their faces, clear skin is possible with diet but some scars and marks are your identities, and one must not try to abolish his/her marks.

However, we need to tell our generations, that they have to accept what they are otherwise they will end up hating themselves which will not be very good for any of us.


Diet for having clear skin

You may have heard that your body is a sort of ecosystem. Whatever you put into your body, it will ultimately become part of your body. Your skin is the ultimate organ that will tell you that you are not doing good for your body.
Before we start let us check what sort of skin is clear and healthy skin.

What is healthy skin?

Healthy skin is a smooth surface, with no breakages. In my case, I believe that healthy skin is supple, glowing, and clear skin.

Clear skin means, skin without any sort of spots which can be because of various causes such as pigmentation or blemishes.  Such skin is clear skin and I think that sometimes, having clear skin is a miracle. You need to do a lot of struggle for clear skin. That is to say, Let us see what are those tips, which you need to follow in order to get clear skin?

Is your diet important for the skin?

Yes, you cannot expect healthy skin without a good diet. Your liver, which is known for processing your food for extracting iron and vitamins, is always looking for some material that is rich in these.
Your liver is the powerhouse and just like every other powerhouse, it needs resources your food and diet are the ultimate resources.
Make sure that you are providing enough food.
If somebody is not going to agree on this, then they can simply consider this acne the situation, which is known for the ultimate connection between skin and stomach, whenever you are continuously taking oily or spicy food, you will notice acne on your cheeks and chins. This is because of the increasing concentration of androgens in your blood.

Androgen production is increased in your blood, because of the stimulation-induced by your food. Similarly, because of dry skin, which is caused by less intake of water, you can have pigmentation.

Impacts of diet on skin

whatever you take into your body, you ought to expect an impact of that thing. Sometimes, the effects are diluted and we claim ourselves to be very immune to some foods, but it is not the case. it is maybe because of the last good diet or food you had. 
for instance, if you had so many juices last week, then in the coming week you will feel very light your skin will be glowing, so if you will jump up to having two drinks of cola in the coming week it will have minimum effects on you. 

Which food is bad for your skin 

Here in this section, we will see what foods are not good for your skin. 
so, as we all know the first one is refined food. 

1.     refined food is bad for our skin 

Here I have two reasons which are making refined carbohydrates bad for your skin.
The first reason is their inflammatory nature, they can cause severe eczema and acne, which can be very serious if you do not keep a check on your diet.
A second reason, for dumping them is the increased amount of growth hormones, which are not essential for us and will ultimately affect our health.

   2. fast food

If you want clear skin, say no to all kinds of fast food.  Fast foods are rich in pro-inflammatory omegas, such as omega 6s. Secondly, they have got free radicals that can destroy your healthy skin cells.

3. Dairy Products

We have found a link between milk products and acne severity in teenagers.


We also found that young adults who regularly consumed milk or frozen dessert were fourfold more likely to suffer from acne.

However, the studies conducted thus far haven’t been high-quality.

The research so far has focused mainly on teenagers and young adults. It has only shown a correlation between milk and acne, not a cause and effect relationship.

Milk is understood to extend insulin levels, independent of its effects on blood glucose, which can worsen acne severity.

Cow’s milk also contains amino acids that stimulate the liver to supply more IGF-1, which has been linked to the event of acne.

Although there’s speculation on why drinking milk may worsen acne, it’s unclear whether dairy plays an immediate role. More research is required to work out if there’s a selected amount or sort of dairy which will aggravate acne.

4. Chocolate

Various informal surveys have linked eating chocolate with an increased risk of developing acne, but this is often not enough to prove that chocolate causes acne.Why chocolate might increase acne is unclear, although one study found that eating chocolate increased the reactivity of the system to acne-causing bacteria, which can help explain these findings.

5. Coffee

It opens the door for several potential skin problems. Caffeine can dehydrate skin, magnifying the looks of fine lines. You can take your coffee with an abundance of cream and sugar certainly won’t help. Finally, if an excessive amount of caffeine is interrupting sleep, the consequences will show abreast of skin. While coffee does contain antioxidants, there’s such a thing as an excessive amount of, putting hard-core java drinkers in danger.

6. Sweetened Teas

Sugar-laden tea beverages can contain more than 10 teaspoons of added sugar per serving. Collagen may be a substance that helps keep skin tight and radiant. When you intake too many high-sugar and pro-inflammatory foods can damage collagen production, leaving your skin more saggy and flat. Instead, choose foods that promote collagen-like berries and brightly colored vegetables.

7. Mayonnaise

In mayonnaise, foods are high in omega-6 rich oils (like soybean, corn, and safflower) found in mayo and a few salad dressings can stimulate inflammatory processes, making skin but stellar. Many of those plant-based oils are good for you carefully. For best results eat omega-6 fats together with inflammation-fighting omega-3s from foods like salmon and tuna.

8. Energy Drinks

Another double-punch to your face, this point from caffeine and sugar. The fizzy drinks promise that they give energy, but really only hop you abreast of sugar, caffeine, and other stimulants. Don’t believe the hype.

What to eat for a healthy diet for clear skin?

·        Add sunflower seeds to your diet

Seeds are rich in fatty acids and omegas which can help in making your skin look plump and clear. You must add sunflower seeds or flax seeds to your diet for clear and healthy skin.

·        Dark vegetables

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When you go out to buy vegetables, make sure that you are buying the darker ones. Dark vegetables are rich in iron. Which helps in oxygenating our skin.
Further, there is beta-carotene in them, which helps in the regrowth and reproduction of skin cells, ultimately making your skin clear just through diet.

·        Cereals and porridge

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You need to have a balanced diet otherwise, your face is the most exposed book. The reason for having fortified milk, porridge, and cereals is the amount of zinc in them.

·        citrus fruits

these foods are rich in vitamin C, which can give a supple and smooth look to your skin. Moreover, vitamin c is a catalyst in improving the collagen production of your skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.  
Diet for Clear Skin