Winter might cause changes in your skin, the dry cold air can leave your skin itchy, dry, and irritated. Nutrition can play a role in maintaining healthy skin during the winter season
These are some tips that can help you combat the dry winter skin and maintain its healthy moisture:
Drink a plenty of water.
It is easy to get dehydrated in the winter as the body tends to lose water with each breath when it is cold and dry. Drink more water even if you do not feel thirsty.
Drinking hot herbal teas is a good way to increase your water intake in winter, keep you warm, and they are low in calories if you are following a weight loss diet.
Eat more fruit and vegetables, especially those high in vitamin C content.
Vitamin C is a critical factor for collagen synthesis, which is necessary for a healthy skin.
Some of the high vitamin C sources that are widespread in winter are orange, guava, broccoli, sweet potatoes, kiwi, etc.
Focus on healthy fats
A preliminary evidence suggests that omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids help keep your skin hydrated. Fish, vegetable oils, nuts, seeds, and avocados are good sources of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
Consider green tea.
Green tea is full of antioxidants that help protect your skin against environmental aggressors.
Lina’s and Dina’s diet center always aims to help you maintain a good health, healthy lifestyle, and takes into consideration the symptoms you might have due to seasonal changes, that is why we focus on providing a wide variety of options in our menu that help you enjoy your diet.
Our menu in is loaded with vitamin C rich fruit and vegetables, and with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids source, thus maintaining your skin health in winter will not be an issue.
If you are aiming to live a healthy lifestyle, having a premium nutrition, and enjoying delicious food. Lina’s and Dina’s diet center offers you The Lifestyle Program.
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