A weekly nutritional plan for spiked skin

A weekly nutritional plan for spiked skin

The effect of your diet is not only visible on your body, but also on the skin. If you change your diet and eating habits, the difference in skin tone starts immediately. Like the body, the skin needs nourishment, care and rest. If you want beautiful skin, take some time for your skin.

For healthy skin, eat a diet that contains vitamin A and vitamin C, perform skincare, drink enough water and sleep comfortably. According to dermatologists, the role of nutrition means that nutrition is important for 70 percent of skin problems and diseases.

Diet plan for healthy skin

1 day

Breakfast: orange and oat juice in a small glass

Lunch: Roti rice (small amounts), green vegetables, salad, and yogurt.

Dinner: pumpkin, vegetables, and bread. Don't eat red meat if you're not a vegetarian. Chicken can be eaten instead.

2 day

Breakfast: a small glass of orange juice. Whole wheat banana oatmeal

Lunch: Roti rice (small amounts), green vegetables, lettuce, and yogurt. Tomato soup and a fresh slice of pineapple Dinner: Fried broccoli with vegetable bread

3rd day

Breakfast: a small glass of orange juice and fruit salad. Lunch: curry fish and rice.

Dinner: bread - vegetables and salad

4th day

Breakfast: oatmeal

Lunch: lightly roasted vegetables, lentils, rice, and yogurt. Dinner: bread and vegetables and salad.

5th day

Breakfast: orange juice and egg.

Lunch: chicken and sandwich or salad, yogurt

Dinner: bread and vegetables and salad.

6th day

Breakfast: a small glass of fruit juice.

Lunch: Roti rice (small amounts), green vegetables, salad, and yogurt.

Dinner: curry fish and rice.

7th day

Breakfast: oatmeal and orange juice

Lunch: Roti rice (small amounts), green vegetables, salad, and yogurt.

Dinner: roast chicken, vegetables with broccoli

Include them in the diet too.

• Drink juicy fruits like orange, lemon and lime juice to get vitamin C.

• I can eat papaya, orange, and protein to get vitamin A.

• Eat green fruits and vegetables to get vitamin B.

• Eat peanuts to get vitamin E.

• Eat tomatoes, beta-carotene is in there. This does not cause skin aging.

• Antioxidants are also found in papaya, guava, grapes, and watermelon.

• Drink plenty of water, remove all toxins from the body and make the skin glow.

• Eat fish, chicken, milk, yogurt, cheese, soy and lentils regularly. It supplies proteins and proteins to produce skin cells.

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