Dry skin and eat more of these foods

Many people are prone to dry skin problems. The India Times website recently recommended five kinds of fruits and vegetables to help you grasp the moisture.

Mango. Mango contains a lot of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A, which is good for normal skin renewal and improves the skin texture of patients with acne. Eat 3~4 slices of mango per meal to help the skin refresh and moisturize.

Pomegranate. Pomegranate is one of the most abundant foods in polyphenols. Polyphenols are antioxidants that have a moisturizing effect. In addition to eating fresh fruit, you can also add pomegranate to yogurt.

Avocado. This kind of sticky fruit does not seem to have any hydrating effect. In fact, it contains potassium, dietary fiber and healthy fat to help the body “lock” the water. You can pick it up from the peel or sandwich the avocado slices in the bread.

Cucumber. The crispy cucumber has low calories and its main component is water, so the hydrating effect is very good. In addition, the content of silicon in cucumber is high, and this trace element helps to increase the strength of skin connective tissue and store moisture. Cut the cucumber into small pieces and put it in the salad, or cut into strips for the afternoon meal.

Broccoli. Broccoli is a good source of alpha lipoic acid. This water-soluble and fat-soluble antioxidant helps the skin resist free radicals, accelerates skin tissue renewal and keeps the skin moisturized. It can be fried with tomatoes and steamed for 5 minutes.