10 Foods That Ruin Your Skin

Having a beautiful, bright and smooth skin is not easy, however, good habits help us reduce premature aging, acne and other skin problems. But what about the harmful foods that have a negative impact on our skin?

Although a balanced diet helps us keep good physical and mental health, there are some products, that when consumed in excess, generate damage that is reflected directly on the skin.

Reduce your Intake!

Sea Food

Seafood
According to information published by The Huffington Post, shrimps and lobsters are rich in iodine, which, in excess, can trigger acne outbreaks. Therefore, it is recommended to restrict your intake if you suffer from this disease.

Bread and Pasta

 

Bread and Pasta

Products rich in starch and high-glycemic generate acne. An Australian study shows that a diet low in these foods reduces the appearance of blemishes in young people.

Sugar

Sugar
Excessive consumption of this food weakens the skin and reduces the production of collagen, which aids in the appearance of wrinkles or other infections such as dermatitis.

Alcohol

Alcohol

Alcohol is a natural diuretic, so their intake can lead to dehydration and loss of skin moisture and can increase the expression lines in the face.

Salt

Salt
This harmful food for our body causes fluid retention, which causes inflammation. Salt damages the skin cells and promotes the reduction of elastin.

Milk

Milk

An Italian study reveals that increased dairy consumption generates acne, because there is a higher amount of hormones that stimulate the production of the seborrheic glands.

Fried Foods

Phen 8

Such products increase your cholesterol levels, accentuate heart problems and slow down your metabolism; It also damages blood circulation and does not allow oxygen to reach the skin cells correctly, so it loses elasticity and promotes the appearance of fine lines.

Coffee

Phen 9

Various researches shows that drinking more than four cups of coffee a day causes increased levels of cortisol (stress hormone), which accelerates aging, dehydration and opacity of the dermis.

Meat

Meat
When an animal is not fed with natural foods, chemicals that are used to feed them can harm us. Chemicals that remain in the animal tissue create hormonal imbalances that trigger acne and skin inflammation.

Processed Foods

Meat
They contain a lot of saturated fats and sugars that generate skin dehydration and promotes the appearance of wrinkles.

According to the Mexican Foundation for Dermatology (FMD), the skin is an organ that is constantly being updated, so it is necessary to maintain a healthy and balanced diet that provides the nutrients needed for good hydration.

What about you? How do you keep a smooth and healthy skin?

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