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5 Foods You Should Eat For Glowing Skin According to Dermatologists

Want to achieve glowing skin? Eat these foods and see the difference!


Taking care of one’s skin normally takes a back seat when it comes to eating the right diet. But what you might forget is that eating the right types of foods actually has a big impact on the development of acne and even wrinkles. It’s not enough that you know which types of food to avoid, it is also essential that you know what to digest for clear, glowing, healthy skin.

#1. Whole Grains

Whole grains

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Whole grains such as oats and brown rice are low-glycemic food that don’t spike up your blood sugar. Sadly, white bread, white flour, high-fructose corn syrup are high-glycemic which can cause a bad breakout. Avoid high sugar foods and increase your intake of low sugar foods if you want to decrease the number of zits on your face.

#2. Carrots


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We already know that carrots are a good source of beta-carotene that helps prevent certain types of cancers and aside from this, they are also awesome in preventing wrinkle formation. The beta-carotene found in this vegetable can be converted to retinol that avoids the start of wrinkles.

#3. Oranges


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Vitamin C that is found in oranges greatly combat sun damage that may harm your skin. According to dermatologist, Dr. Nagler:

“Vitamin C is required for the synthesis of collagen. Collagen and elastin maintain the skin’s structure and resilience, but UVA [radiation] causes the degradation of collagen and elastin, probably due to reactive oxygen species, which modify the collagen.”

#4. Olive Oil

Olive Oil

This kitchen staple has been found to decrease photoaging in some patients. Photoaging is skin damage because of light. Olive oils helps prevent the effects of photoaging, aka wrinkles, and it also keeps your skin looking young and fresh.

#5. Fish


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Sardines and salmon that contain omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids help reduce inflammation and swelling of the skin. Omega-3 may also reduce therisk of certain cancers.

Now that you know what you can eat to attain perfect skin, it’s easier to accept the foods you have to avoid.


The Debate is Over: Coffee is Healthier Than Tea

The battle is now over. Coffee has been declared healthier over tea.

The age old debate on which beverage is better than the other has finally been settled. Of course, coffee lovers will tell you that it's coffee hands down.

Tea drinkers will refute that and say tea is the best there is in the world. But when it comes to health benefits however, coffee wins this round. Joseph Rivera of Coffee Chemistry weighs in on the issue and gives us the lowdown:

Coffee helps in the prevention of depression


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These Are The Most Toxic Places On The Planet

You don’t want to visit these places.

Living in the most toxic places on earth is a dilemma many people are facing today. They seem to be helpless and forgotten by the world’s elite society. It is a sad reality that needs to be changed as soon as possible before it’s too late.

The world must unite to keep the environment healthy and safe for the generation to come. We must learn to contribute even in the littlest way possible. The world will be a better place to live in if humans abusing nature stop.

Here are seven of the planet’s most toxic places.

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Video Explains What Those ‘Tiny Floating Things’ In Your Eyes Are

Turns out they’re called Muscae Volitantes!

Ever noticed those tiny worm-like specks floating in your eyes? Those ones that escape your sight when you try to follow them around? Well, I’m pretty sure we’ve all experienced that.

According to the video below, they actually have a name and they go by the scientific name Muscae Volitantes which literally mean “flying flies” in the Latin language.

Fret not, however, since contrary to their name, they are not real flies or any type of bug.

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