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Eat right for that bridal glow

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While following a rigorous beauty regime can be blissfully beneficial for you in a myriad of ways, you need to conscious of the kind of food products you consume too. Your skin and hair demand to be nourished from inside out. Here are a bunch of foods that you should include, and exclude, in your diet to keep your skin glowing and those precious tresses shiny.

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Almonds: These tiny little things are power-packed with Vitamin E. As we’re aware, Vitamin e is nothing short of a boon for the skin. Soak a few almonds overnight and have them with your breakfast in the morning. Eating soaked almonds regularly will keep your skin soft and supple. What’s more? The abundance of magnesium in almonds promotes hair growth.

Tomatoes: Owing to the presence of lycopene, tomatoes can be undeniably qualified as beauty food. A type of anti-oxidant, lycopene aids in repairing damaged skin cells by eliminating free radicals. The presence of Vitamin A,B, and C helps in preventing hair loss thereby making your locks stronger.

Turmeric: Let’s admit it. Haldi or turmeric has been the flag bearer of good health for centuries now. Thanks to its amazing antibacterial properties, turmeric works as an effective weapon against skin problems. It aids in reducing the appearance of scars and blemishes. This yellow spice encapsulates everything that is good.

Dark chocolate: Apart from being a great stress buster, dark chocolate prevents the breakdown of collagen in your skin keeping it soft and young. Furthermore, the presence of zinc, iron etc enhances blood circulation making it an excellent stimulant for hair growth. Ladies, make sure to indulge in the beautiful creation by mankind called ‘dark chocolate’ on a regular basis.

Green Tea: An abode of antioxidants, green tea helps in repairing damaged skin cells caused by sun exposure. The antimicrobial catechins in it fight off acne. Apart from this, the catechins also aid in reducing hair loss and are particularly effective in getting in treating dry scalp.

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Carbonated drinks: Refined sugar is bad news for your skin. Consuming refined sugar damages your skin cells making you look older. Not just this, sugar is extremely drying for the skin which in turn can aggravate skin conditions.

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Fast food: sigh Resisting a big fat burger or a cheesy pizza can be torturous. However, the fleeting moment of joy after consuming fast food often gets overshadowed with a blanket of guilt. The ridiculously high-fat content in fast foods affects blood circulation and can make you look bloated.

Alcohol: While those precious weekend getaways with your gang are loads of fun, it is always a good idea to limit the number of drinks that you polish off ahem. Alcohol is extremely dehydrating for the body and it can make you look dull.

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Spicy food: It is best to stay away from spicy food if you are suffering from acne. Studies have shown that consuming spicy hot foods can worsen existing acne. Moreover, they can lead to skin inflammation making it more sensitive.

White sugar: White sugar and a majority of processed food products have been in cahoots for decades now. Refined sugar catalyzes the process of ageing by breaking down the collagen in your skin. Besides, high sugar intake can weaken your hair follicles causing your hair to fall out.

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Excess caffeine: We know how important that first cup of coffee is to you. 1-2 or two cups of coffee in a day are fine. However, excess caffeine consumption can have negative effects not just on your skin and hair but on your overall health. Drinking coffee in high amounts has also been known to heighten anxiety.

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