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LUMINOUS SKIN? DISCOVER WHICH FOODS TO AVOID AND WHICH FOODS TO PRIVILEGE 🥑

We have just passed the most excessive time of the year, something that also affects the health of our skin . Discover how to get it ready from the hand of our dietitian-nutritionist, Inmaculada Galdeano : from foods that promote luminosity to those that you should avoid or moderate.

Of course, don't leave aside your cosmetic habits with the cosmetics that best suit your needs. Remember that OhMyKoko offers you multifunctional, natural and vegan cosmetics so that your skin can enjoy the good things of nature. without any risk of its balance being altered by the presence of unnatural ingredients for it.

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Inmaculada Galdeano López , from Inma GALO Nutrición (www.inmagalonutricion.com), is a dietician-nutritionist specializing in sports nutrition and eating disorders .
Online consultations. e-mail. inmagalonutricion@gmail.com
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POWER THESE FOODS AND DO NOT MISS THEM IN ANY OF YOUR MEALS

  1. Fruits rich in antioxidants:

All fruits will provide us with nutrients such as vitamins and, above all, water . However, we can take advantage of those with the highest antioxidant content such as blueberries, pomegranates, strawberries, pineapple ... They will help us combat the negative effects of free radicals , helping to keep the skin fresh and radiant .

  1. Vegetables and vegetables, mainly green leafy vegetables

Include them in salads as starters or appetizers to obtain a nutritional bonus .

  1. Avocados

Packed with good fats , such as those in olive oil, avocados hydrate the skin from within, providing a natural glow .

  1. Green Tea

Known for its antioxidant properties, green tea can help fight inflammation and improve skin health . Always include it in your after-dinner meal!

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AND AVOID THESE OTHERS OR CONSUME THEM IN MODERATION

  1. Sugars

Maintain a moderate consumption of sweets and desserts rich in sugars and fats. Excess sugar can contribute to inflammation and affect the elasticity of the skin.

  1. Foods or dishes with high salt content

Excess salt can cause fluid retention , causing swelling and dullness in the skin . Control your intake of processed foods and overly salty snacks . A good option is to include homemade sauces in our dishes and use different spices to add flavor.

  1. Trans fat

Moderate the consumption of these trans fats present in fried and ultra-processed foods . Prioritize consuming healthy fats like those found in nuts, olive oil, and avocados to keep your skin nourished .

Beauty always starts from within . By combining a healthy diet with the right cosmetics, like the one offered by OhMyKoko, the leading activist brand for your skin, you will be able to get the most out of it . Food and beauty go hand in hand and are needed to obtain the best results in your natural balance .

Remember that each skin is unique and your personal care routine may also vary .

So this year , don't forget about your skin . Your beauty and health will depend a lot on what foods you eat and what cosmetics you use .

Remember, balance is important, take care of your skin from the inside and outside .

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and any other ingredients that are unnatural for your skin


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