- Watermelon: Reddish fruits like watermelon tomato which are rich in beta carotene and lycopene increase your protection against harmful UV ray from the inside out. Both vitamins settled in skins outer layer where their antioxidant action helps repair cells damaged by sunlight.
- Hemp: Some people will shout: indian hemp yes indian hemp, the Omega-3 fatty acid in hemp helps skin retain moisture so that your skin look perpetually beautiful take a spoon each of lemon juice, pine juices and shelled hemp seed into a blender with a little cup of hemp-seed oil a chopped garlic(Scent Leaf). This mixtures tea in the morning will provide skin a healthy and beautiful skin.
- Pumpkin Seeds: Score your dose of vitamin with another powerful skin protector by snacking on almonds or pumpkin seed. “A lack of vitamin E can influence the quality and texture of your skin without it, your skin is at greater and risk of damage from free radical” if there is plenty of vitamin E in the membranes of cells exposed to free radicals, Vitamin E will take the brunt of the attack and protect the fatty acid that surrounds all the intricate working inside each cell.
- Cucumber: The peel of the supper-low caloric fruits is made of silica, a building block of skin pluming wrinkle preventing collagen. These are no recommended minimum intake for silica but experts suggest a least 5mg a day. The mount you will get in the peel of one cucumber.
- Citrus Zest: Eating as little as tablespoonful of citrus family each week may reduce risk of skin cancer by nearly 30%, lemons, limes , oranges, grapefruit, contains di-limonene. A potent antioxidant known to reduce skin cancer risk “says Imam Halan M.D, of the Arizine College of Public Health. Use a zester to scrape the peel(not the bitter-white pitch underneath) and add a pinch to salads, smooth or marinades.
- Fish: Fish is an abundant source of Omega-3 fats which helps prevent cholesterol build up in arteries and protect against abnormal heart problem hence make you look healthier.
- Olive Oil: Four decades ago, researchers from seven countries study concluded that the mono- unsaturated fat in olive oil were largely responsible for the low rates of heart disease and cancer on the Greek island of Crete. Now we know that olive oil also contains polyphenols, powerful antioxidant that help to prevent age-related disease.