Beauty Lifestyle

Seeds to Boost Your Beauty Immunity

Your skin will thank you for a consistent skincare routine but it will thank you even further for a healthy diet. Getting all the nutrients and vitamins in your daily diet is a taxing task. To complete your daily intake you can introduce these small seeds which are not only calorie conscious but are jam-packed with all nutrients that your skin loves. Read on to know all the seeds that you need to add in your diet now.

Avocado seeds

Be it guacamole on a toast or blended in a smoothie, avocado is the most Instagrammed foods of all times. The green fruit scoops a lot of benefits but a whole lot lie in the core of it which is usually tossed away in the bin. The brown seed is a powerhouse of antioxidants and soluble fiber. Not sure how to use the inconvenient counterpart? Grind it into a powder and mix it into smoothies, oats and all things yummy.

Sesame seeds

Sesame seeds are a huge part of Indian dishes and should be for all the right reasons. They are high in zinc amounts and promote elasticity. Fight premature signs of ageing. They contain essential fatty acids like omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 that stimulate hair growth. A regular massage with sesame oil can help revive your locks.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are extremely potent in solving all your skin woes. Fiber, protein, calcium, and potassium, you name it and the tiny seeds have it. They soak a lot of water and that is the best way to consume them. Though small they deliver a lot of benefits, they also make a healthy snack as they are full of fiber.

Pomegranate seeds

The round red fruit consisting of Vitamin C and K that your skin adore. It is a perfect fruit to boost collagen and fights ageing.  The seedy fruit is also a sweet delight to add in your smoothies, desserts or simply relished in it’s original form. It is also full of water making it a savior to the dry skin souls.

Pumpkin Seeds 

Usually thrown in to the bin, pumpkin seeds have a lot of zinc which improve skin elasticity and promote healthy hair growth. Toss them into the oven and roast them with some olive oil.