SHAFAQNA Türkiye – Noting that the choice of food affects many organs and systems of the body, and the relationship between skin and nutrition is of curiosity, nutrition and nutrition specialist at IAU VM Medical Park Florya Hospital Uzm. dit. Ege Ramadanoglu stated that every food has an effect on the skin and drew attention to the foods that we should consume for the health and beauty of the skin. exp. dit. Ramadanoglu made statements about which vitamins can be obtained from which foods.
COLLAGEN FOR FIRM AND FLEXIBLE SKIN
Claiming that vitamin C plays a role in the production of collagen required for our skin, Dr. Dit. Ramadanoglu stressed that collagen is essential for our skin to be strong, firm and elastic.
exp. dit. Ramadanoglu said: “Vitamin C, which we take with food, thanks to its antioxidant role, contributes to the health and rapid regeneration of our skin and protects it from harmful sun rays. Vitamin C makes our skin bright and youthful. Research shows that a diet rich in vitamin C can make skin look younger and more beautiful by fighting wrinkles. With a deficiency of vitamin C, the structure of the skin deteriorates as a result of impaired collagen production, the skin becomes rough. We can list foods rich in vitamin C like orange, tangerine, grapefruit, pomegranate, apple, lemon, pepper, broccoli, kale and spinach.
LACK OF VITAMIN B COMPLEX MAY CAUSE HAIR LOSS
Emphasizing that the first vitamin that comes to mind when it comes to skin health is biotin, vitamin B, Uzm. dit. Ramadanoglu stated that vitamin B can cause dermatitis or sometimes hair loss if not taken in sufficient amounts. Claiming that bananas, eggs, oatmeal, and rice are very rich in biotin, Dr. V. Dith Ramadanoglu stated that contrary to what is known, vitamin B does not provide energy to the body, but vitamin B deficiency can cause fatigue and lack of energy in the body.
VITAMIN E SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROTECT THE SKIN FROM EXTERNAL FACTORS
Expressing that vitamin E is a vitamin that has been used in skin care for a long time, dr. dit. Ramadanoglu said: “Vitamin E protects the structure of the skin from external factors due to its antioxidant properties. Prevents the formation of wrinkles by helping the skin renew itself and maintaining the structure of collagen. With a deficiency of vitamin E, the structure of the skin deteriorates, its brightness disappears. It helps make our skin brighter and healthier. Nuts, almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, peanuts, olive/olive oil, spinach, and broccoli are foods rich in vitamin E.
PLATES FOR SKIN WITH VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY
Claiming that vitamin A has been used effectively to treat acne since the 1980s, Dr. Dit. Ramadanoglu said: “Vitamin A promotes the health of our skin by regenerating skin cells. It balances the production of sebum and thus prevents the formation of acne. Vitamin A also protects our skin from external factors due to its antioxidant properties and makes it firm. With vitamin A deficiency, our skin becomes flaky and hard. Dark green leafy vegetables, carrots, pumpkin, apricots, red peppers, egg yolks, red meat, fish, milk, yogurt, kefir, and ayran are foods rich in vitamin A.
WOUNDS CAN HEAL QUICKLY WITH ZINC
Noting that zinc has a direct impact on the rapid regeneration of the skin and the rapid healing of wounds, Uzm. dit. Ramadanoglu said: “Zinc, with its antioxidant properties, protects our skin from harmful sun rays. Many studies show that zinc can reduce acne just as effectively as antibiotics used. Zinc also contributes to the improvement of our skin by maintaining the effectiveness of vitamin A. Zinc supplements increase the level of vitamin A in our body and thus protect the skin from acne. Studies show that people with acne have low levels of zinc. Meat, chicken, fish, eggs, pumpkin seeds, hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds, and legumes are zinc-rich foods.
SELENIUM TO PROTECT YOUR SKIN FROM THE SUN
Speaking of which many scientists claim selenium plays a key role in preventing skin cancer, Uzm. dit. Ramadanoglu said: “Selenium protects the skin from the harmful effects of the sun. Selenium can be obtained from whole grains, seafood, garlic and eggs,” he concluded.
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