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Fruits to take for a healthy and glowing skin

There are wide varieties of fruits that can benefit your skin due to their multiple nutrients and properties that promote collagen generation, hydration and delay of the natural aging process.

Adding these essential fruits to your diets is prerequisite to having a healthy and vibrant glowing skin.


Below are the 5 five types of fruits that makes your skin glow and healthy.

1. Strawberry

Strawberries are characterized by being red, juicy and heart-shaped. The fruit contains vitamins C and K, antioxidants, alpha hydroxy acids and flavonoids. Integrating them into the diet makes the skin healthier, smoother and resistant to diseases.

2. Lemon

It is also used in natural remedies for its decongestant and antiseptic properties. However, it is fruit very rich in vitamin C, which is necessary for the synthesis of collagen. It is also responsible for the flexibility and texture of the skin. You can include it in to your diets not only by making lemon-based dishes, but also by adding some slices to the water you drink daily.

3. Banana

Banana is a tropical fruit recognized for containing a high amount of minerals necessary for the body such as iron, potassium and magnesium that help reduce muscle aches and prevent conditions ranging from cramps to sunburn. In addition to having these benefits for your body, they are also essential in removing excessive oil from the skin.

4. Avocado

Although it may sound strange, avocados are fruits and one of the most important for skin care. They contain a high amount of fats, also known as "good fats". They posses emollient properties that hydrate the skin.

5. Pawpaw

Pawpaw contains an enzyme called papain, which has the ability to remove dead cells and stimulate the regeneration of a new layer of skin. It also contains anti-cancer and antioxidant elements, beta-carotene and vitamin C, which makes it an excellent fruit to consume.

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