Diet Recommendation Dermatologist to Have Beautiful Skin
- It's never too late to do a diet to maintain the beauty of the skin. Foods rich in sugar and high glycemic index turned out to accelerate skin aging.
A study published in the British Journal of Dermatology found the effects of skin aging such as the reduction of collagen and skin thinning occurs around the age of 35 years. Foods rich in sugar and high glycemic index carbs such as white bread, pasta, sweets shown to cause inflammation in the body that makes skin aging faster, said Dr. Stefanie Williams, dermatologist and founder of www. eudelo.com.
A study from Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands was first to prove the amount of sugar circulating in the body and a person's appearance. The higher the sugar and glycemic index carbohydrates are eaten, they seemed to get older.
When blood sugar is continuously are in a high-low cycle resulting from foods rich in sugar and carbohydrates (eating too often between meals also lead to the same thing), the sugar molecules are permanently attached to the protein. Including collagen in the skin.
This process is called glycation, and produce compounds called AGES (Advanced Glyvation End Products). As a result, the network becomes rigid and not flexible. The skin becomes rough, loose and wrinkled earlier, he added.
Diet consume lots of milk and milk products may also raise levels of hormones and cause acne. Said Prof. Nicholas Lowe, a dermatologist from London. Although never a dermatologist who say there is no connection between diet and acne, there is evidence of food rich in sugar, milk chocolate and carbohydrates with an increased incidence of acne, he said.
When he asked the patients with skin diseases such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema to reduce the intake of sugar and dairy products, their condition improved. Changing your diet will reduce the severity of skin disorders, said Lowe.
Forward a low glycemic index diet and avoid sugary foods according helped beautify the skin. But if we want to maintain a stable blood sugar and reduce acne and prevent premature aging, Dr. William advised to avoid all starchy foods. He recommends eating lean proteins such as beef, lamb, chicken, fish, tofu and lots of vegetables.
Avoid sweet fruits and fresh fruit to taste the food, he said. He recommends eating berries are rich in antioxidants. This antioxidant effect preventing skin aging.