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Bridal Skincare Tips: Stay Away From These 5 Foods for Radiant a radiant amd glowing Skin

Bridal Skincare Tips: Brides need to avoid the 5 foods mentioned in the article for the better and glowing skin for your wedding day.

Bridal Skincare Tips: You surely want to look your best as your wedding day approaches, and clean, bright skin is an important element of obtaining that beautiful bridal glow. Acne may be a troublesome problem, but did you know that your food can have a huge influence on the health of your skin? This is especially crucial for future brides who wish to prevent unwanted pre-wedding breakouts. Nobody wants to go down the aisle with a rash on their cheeks, do they?

Experts say that changing your diet can help keep acne at bay. We spoke with experts to discover the foods to avoid if you want to prevent acne. Mahima Sethia, a nutritionist and health coach, recently released a list of five foods that may cause acne. She uploaded an Instagram post to warn brides-to-be before their wedding day so that they can enjoy their wedding to the fullest.

Avoid these 5 foods before your wedding

Whey Protein Supplements: Whey protein may contribute to acne because it raises levels of the hormone IGF-1.

Milk: Consider switching to plant-based milk if you have sensitive skin since dairy products might cause problems.

Corn Flakes: The glycemic index (GI) level of corn flakes’ primary constituents, which also include sugar, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), and malt flavouring, is high.

Refined grains: White bread and spaghetti are examples of foods that quickly raise blood sugar levels.

Sweets: Consuming sweets might cause your body’s insulin levels to rise.

Dr Seema Oberoi, a consultant in dermatology at CK Birla Hospital in Gurugram talked about this in detail with Indian Express and she said, “These foods can also contribute to excessive weight gain and insulin resistance, which can be a factor in conditions like polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and acne.”

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