Advice 1: Fighting acne with proper nutrition

The problem of formation of acne on the skin is not only teenagers but also quite Mature people. Neglect basic rules of hygiene, stress, an unbalanced diet contributing to the problem.
Fighting acne with proper nutrition

 

Very often, especially women half companies try to disguise the pimples, using a variety of cosmetics. However, the use of creams and powders clog the pores of the skin, thereby worsening the condition of the latter. Of course, this begs the question of how to fight acne in this situation? The answer is quite simple - diet from acne.

Clear skin

There is a misconception that the consumed food does not affect acne formation. However, the reality is fundamentally wrong. Of course, simply refuse to consumption of junk food is far from enough, but thanks to this diet, the chances to overcome the acne on the skin significantly increase.

So that the skin on her face was pure, must adhere to the following rules:

The rejection of oily and fried food. Such food increases the production of subcutaneous fat that contributes to clogged pores. Of course, a complete rejection of fat is also contraindicated. It is better to switch to vegetable oils, particularly useful is olive oil.

No fast food. Not only that, no one can be sure of the quality of such products, so they also adversely affect the skin. After all, not always fried in fresh oil potatoes not only harmful to the stomach, but hardly useful for the skin.

Worst of all have a sweet tooth. If the main goal of the diet is clean skin on the face, the refusal to sweet this is the main point. Will have to replace candy and cookies for fruit and low-calorie jams instead of sugar use fructose.

 

You need to completely abandon gassy drinks: Coca-Cola, Fanta and similar drinks adversely affect the stomach, and as you know digestive problems directly affect the condition of the skin. Drinking green tea not only quenches thirst, but also thanks to the antioxidants contained in it, tones and moisturizes the skin.

A categorical no to alcohol and Smoking, which reduce the barrier properties of the liver, poor performance which contributes to the accumulation of fatty acids. Also, for anybody not a secret that Smoking contributes to premature aging of human skin.

 

The variety of the daily diet of healthy food with lots of vitamins and minerals. Will include in its menu of cooked lean meat, poultry, fish, dairy products, cereals from whole grains and of course fruits and vegetables that should always be on the table. While all of this is quite good.

Together with the diet, eat multi-vitamins, especially group B. it is Also effective in the fight against disease minerals containing different metals - zinc, copper, etc. and if all of the above informed to diversify properly chosen cosmetics, the result will be just stunning.

Advice 2: A detailed diet for a teenager

In the period of active growth of teenager should eat foods that contain optimal amounts of protein, carbohydrates, fat, minerals and vitamins. The preparation of the diet should be under the supervision of parents.
The basis of healthy nutrition of a teenager - an abundance of fruits and vegetables

General guidelines for preparation of diet for a teenager



A child aged 13 to 17 years old needs a balanced diet no less than a preschooler. In adolescence, the body undergoes significant hormonal changes that need strength and resources. If the child is not getting enough of the required nutrients and vitamins or, on the contrary, uses them in abundance for the body, it is fraught with development of various diseases of the musculoskeletal device, cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal tract.

In adolescence, the teenager is inclined to question the recommendation of friends, including in relation to nutrition. Parents need to find a suitable in this situation, methods to motivate the child, to monitor what he eats. The teenager must eat fruits and vegetables, dairy products, meat, legumes, eggs, nuts, grains.

The right for teenagers is the distribution of meals to four times. Tomorrow should be 25% of the required calories per day, lunch – 35-40%, afternoon snack – 15%, dinner – 20-25%.


What nutrients must be present in the diet of a teenager



Calcium. Calcium is a natural "building" material for bones and teeth of man, and also contributes to stress. Adolescence is the most active growth of the child. In order for the teenager to receive the necessary amount of calcium, regularly on the dining table should be present dairy products and the milk, hard cheese, cabbage, walnuts, beans, rice, and broccoli.

Protein. Proteins are the basis of muscle tissue, promote regeneration of muscles and internal organs. To a teenager was an energetic and physically strong, one must have in your menu lean meat, fish, poultry, seafood, eggs.

Fats. It is important to distinguish good fats from harmful, limiting consumption of the latter. Unsaturated fats vegetable oils, fish and various types of nuts not only provide the body with energy, but also help to maintain the health of skin and hair. Saturated fats are found in butter, fatty meat, whole milk, palm oil, can harm the cardiovascular system, clog the blood vessels. Heads the rating of unhealthy fats, TRANS fats, high concentration which contains all sorts of buns, cookies, cakes, potato chips, margarine and fried foods.

Iron. This trace mineral promotes proper development of muscle mass in boys. For girls iron is useful from the point of view of replenishment of blood loss during menstruation. Trace mineral can be obtained from fish and seafood, beef, peas, buckwheat, cabbage, potatoes and spinach.

The desire to please the opposite sex encourages both girls and boys decide to go on a strict diet. Restriction in food can harm a growing body. If the diet is required - consult your doctor.


Detailed diet balanced diet of a teenager



Recommended in the daily menu of the adolescent to include a number of products:
- milk – for boys, 600 g, for girls, 500g;
- cheese 60-50 g;
- sour cream – 20-15 g;
- cheese – 20-15 g;
- meat - 220-200 g;
- fish - 70-60 g;
- egg - 1 PC.;
- rye bread - 150-100 g;
- wheat bread - 250-200 g;
- cereals, pasta – 60-50 g;
- sugar - 80-65 g;
- pastry – 20-15 g;
- butter - 40-30 g;
- vegetable oil - 20-15 g;
- potatoes - 300-250 g;
- vegetables – 350-320 g;
- the fruit – up to 500 g.
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