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What you should know about diet and skin health for the summer

It is well known that our diet and skin health are closely connected. Especially during the summer, experts recommend not only drinking two litres of water per day, but also ensuring we consume adequate electrolytes, namely potassium and magnesium, since sodium is present in many foods.

Potassium can be found in fruits, vegetables, pulses, poultry, yoghurt and avocado. Good sources of magnesium include bananas, walnuts, dark chocolate, avocado and wholegrain cereals.

For a brighter appearance, skin needs vitamin E intake, which can be found in plant-derived oils, avocado, almonds and sunflower seeds, and carotenoids. Good sources of beta-carotene include red peppers, tomatoes, carrots, spinach, apricots, pumpkin, peas, broccoli, bok choy and endives.

Another vitamin that has strong antioxidant action is vitamin C, which is found in large quantities in most fruits and vegetables, such as citrus fruits, strawberries, peppers, spinach, apricots, pumpkin and broccoli.

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