In the year 2010, a research proved that the food we eat affects the acne dramatically. Some of the observations are stated as under.
- Dairy, particularly cow’s milk can increase the severity of acne.
- A high-glycemic diet can trigger the acne and ruin your perfectly clear skin.
- A diet loaded with healthy grains, vegetables and fruits will keep your skin clearer and prevent future breakouts.
Now, you might be thinking that I have undergone an acne treatment In Abu Dhabi and I am perfectly happy with the results. I am enjoying my clear skin. Why do I need to care for it? Well, the answer is simple to preserve your clear skin and avoid acne.
What should I eat?
Just cutting out the highly processed food will help you immensely and will surely preserve the results of acne treatment in Abu Dhabi. But, if you want to go an extra mile, then you need to need to incorporate these foods into your diet. Believe me, your skin will start to sing with joy. Without further ado, let’s jump right straight into the food options:
Fish or flaxseed
A typical unhealthy diet contains too excessive amounts of omega-6 fatty acids which result in extreme inflammation of the skin. While omega 6 fatty acids cause inflammation, omega 3 fatty acids can help prevent it. Fish, flaxseeds and walnuts are the rich sources of omega 6 fatty acids. So, incorporate more of them into your diet.
Green tea is loaded with anti-oxidants. However, you shouldn’t go crazy with it. Drinking two cups of green tea, half an hour after your meals (lunch and dinner) is more than enough to show positive results on your skin. Even if you have already undergone an acne treatment in Abu Dhabi, incorporating green tea will have a positive impact on your skin.
Studies indicate that zinc is essential for beautiful hair and skin. It’s best to get it from your foods instead of a supplement. Oysters are loaded with zinc. Toasted wheat germ, roast beef, veal liver, squash seeds, pumpkin seeds and dried watermelon seeds also contain sufficient quantities of zinc in it.
Juicing is a great way to eat your fruits and vegetables if you are not a fan of eating them. Throw in a couple of greens and add any fruit of your choice. You can add a bit of ginger in it to make it even healthier. If you don’t like juices, go for smoothies. Add yogurt instead of milk, your skin will surely thank you.
The importance of prebiotics has been known since years. Most of the dermatologists consuming probiotics for a healthy body and glowing skin. Natural ways to incorporate more probiotics in your diet include consumption of the following foods; yogurt, sauerkraut, kefir, dark chocolate, miso soup, microalgae, pickles, tempeh, kombucha tea and kimchi.
Apart from foods, there are many other factors which can contribute to an acne loaded face. To learn more about the causes and possible treatments for acne, fill in the form below and we will arrange a free, no obligatory consultation with our dermatologists. Alternatively, you can get a quick answer to your question in our LIVE CHAT section.