Want to shine? But avoid such foods

Want to shine?  But avoid such foods

The healthier the skin, the brighter it looks. So some foods should be avoided especially for the skin. Eating these foods can cause skin problems and reduce beauty. Let’s know what foods to eat for skin beauty and what not to eat. Most people in our country like spicy food. Loves spicy food. From biryani to meat, all the spices are spicy food. Many people are eager to eat them. But eating such foods can lead to skin problems. Also the skin looks poor. This does not make it look beautiful. If you want the skin to look bright, you should eat less spicy food.

Eating hot and spicy food can lead to high blood pressure. Because they are high in salt and spices. High blood pressure can also lead to heart problems. It is not enough for people with BP to reduce salt, they should also eat very little chillies and spices. This makes the skin look dry. Dry skin can cause many problems besides itching. Skin does not look radiant. So take gentle food for the skin. Remember that the brighter the skin, the better you look. Also, eating spicy food can increase weight quickly. Because they are high in calories. No matter how much spicy food you eat, you will still grow hungry and not satisfied. So you are likely to gain weight by eating too much food without realizing it. So it is necessary to reduce it.

People who like spicy food often have a higher risk of piles in the future. Some studies have shown that eating very spicy food can increase the problem of piles. So to avoid this problem in the future, you should eat foods that are less spicy.

For skin beauty, you should eat foods that are rich in vitamin A. Greens are rich in vitamin A. Vitamin A is also found in carrots, milk, pumpkin, tomato, beans, fish and peas. Eating these regularly will make your skin glow. Foods made with mint, kakarakaya, apricots, amaranth, and gourd should also be eaten frequently. But if they are converted into spicy food and eaten, there is no benefit. It is better if it is cooked and eaten as a curry with mild pepper and salt. 

Note: The information collected from various studies, researches and health journals is provided here as usual for your understanding. This information is not a substitute for medical care or treatment. If you have any doubts regarding health, you should definitely consult a doctor. For the items mentioned in this article, “ABP Country”, ‘ABP Network’ Note that no liability is assumed. 

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