Make-up may help but to ace that bridal look, your skin needs to glow inside out.
All set for D-Day? If you’re wondering about getting your diet right, here is some help. The key to that is your diet and how you manage it in the run-up to the big day. Ensure you include these in your regular diet for a soft, smooth and glowing skin. For optimum results, it is necessary to plan your bridal diet well in advance.
Choose whole grains
Pick on whole grain foods  like wheat, jowar and bajra or any millets and forgo refined flour products. Whole grains are rich in fibre, which helps with regular bowel movements and prevents constipation and breakouts. This thus  helps with detox and gives you healthier skin.
Munch on nuts
Instead of opting for calorie-laden cookies, opt for nuts that help overcome cravings and keep your sugar levels in control. Nuts like walnuts, pistachios and almonds are rich sources of Omega-3 fatty acids it keeps soft and supple, regulates the skin’s oil production, improve balanced hydration, subdue breakouts and minimize signs of aging. Magnesium can help to protect your skin from external damage, as it regulates cellular regeneration and repair and Zinc may protect skin from UV damage and also acts like an antioxidant.
 
Drink more water
The most common mistake that we make is forgetting to drink water. While six to eight glasses are recommended every day, one should make sure to have at least 12 glasses of water for healthy-looking skin. Water helps moisturizes the skin and is also known to suppress your appetite so that you don’t overeat. Also, water flushes out toxins and clears out acne, marks and blemishes from your face. Hydrating foods such as soups and fruits can also be counted in your daily water intake.
Raw and colourful veggies  can help your skin health.
Raw vegetables like carrots, beetroot, cucumber and Indian gooseberries are known to provide nourishment to the skin and make them rosy pink. Have these veggies raw as a salad or blend them together to make a smoothie. Also add lot of dark green leafy veggies like spinach, kale, amaranth leaves etc
Dark chocolates (in limit)
A major portion of dark chocolates contain cocoa that has antioxidants and a substance called flavonoids, which help in diminishing stress hormones that entail less collagen breakdown and lesser wrinkles.
Chia seeds water
Chia seeds are great for your skin. They are one of the best sources of Omega-3 fatty acids that keep cells nourished and make the skin glow. Omega-3 fats are known to strengthen the cell membranes that help flush out toxins. Omega-3 fatty acids also help in lowering stress hormones in the body.
Yogurt
Since yogurt is rich in both calcium and protein, it can help provide benefits that are wonderful for gut health and promote weight loss. The unpasteurised varieties of yogurt have a great concentration of good bacteria or probiotics like bifidobacteria and lactobacillus, which are known to improve gut health.
Mustard leaves( sarson ka saag)
Mustard greens are packed with energy-boosting, heart-healthy, disease-fighting nutrients. These greens are a delicious source of calcium, magnesium, folic acid and vitamin K, important for bone health. Raw mustard greens have a tasty, peppery bite, but you can mellow it by cooking them.

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