A bride-to-be always dreams of looking slimmer and radiant on her D day. And to become the owner of that temptingly perfect body, we take rounds of gym and beauty parlours. But experts suggest that beauty comes from within, and there is only one way to attain that; eat healthy! We bring you the complete guide to attain a perfect wedding day look.
Vitamin C Rich Diet
Vitamin C is very vital for skin health as it helps in synthesis of collagen which provides integrity, tenderness and elasticity to skin. The antioxidant properties of Vitamin C and its role in collagen synthesis makes it a vital molecule for skin health. You should your day with a glass of lemon water. Orange, kiwi, pomegranate and guava are good source of Vitamin C.
Sprouts are the powerhouse of the nutrients. When the grain is soaked in water, it gets life. So eating a live seed definitely gives you better nutrition. Opt for moong, kalachanna, moth, barley and Alfa for sprouting. The sprouts are rich in Vitamin B Complex, Vitamin B6, Protein, Magnesium, Phosphorous and Potassium.
Drink a glass of vegetable juice every day. Add a rainbow of vegetables in it. It’s rich in antioxidants. It makes the system alkaline and gives a dewy complexion. The greener the juice the better it is as it is rich in chlorophyll, a component that helps increase the haemoglobin too.
All seeds should be a vital part of our diet. Seeds are high in fiber, Vitamin E and mono-unsaturated fats, zinc, minerals, B6 and folate that can keep our heart healthy, bodies disease free and skin glowing. They can be eaten as a pre workout food too.
It is again rich in antioxidants and iso-flavonoids. They bond with the free radicals in the body and helps throw them out of the system. Drink two-three cups daily.
Omega 3 gives good skin, shining hair, promotes anti-ageing, reduces belly fat, sets metabolism high, boosts memory and immunity. The list of the benefits is endless. Consume cold water fatty fish thrice a week. Eat two-three walnuts daily.