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Wednesday, 06 December, 2017 | 11:42 WIB
4 Foods That Are Bad For Your Skin

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Everybody is dreaming of smooth and glowing skin. Some are even willing to buy expensive skin care products while others try to make their skin glow by eating particular foods.

However, some foods can adversely affect your skin instead of making it glow. Listed below are foods that are bad for your skin.

1. Red Meat

Red meat contains free radicals that cause oxidation in your body. Eating red meat too often can make your skin oily and looks unhealthy. Moreover, it may also affect your health due to inflammation.

2. Sugar

You must be wary of the dangers of high-sugar foods. Eating too much sugar can cause wrinkles and damage collagen.

3. Spicy foods

Anybody loves spicy foods. But eating too much of them may adversely affect your skin. Spicy food can cause uneven skin tone problems and irritation.

4. Instant foods

Instant foods have a high score on the glycemic index that may cause unhealthy skin.

 

TABLOID BINTANG

 



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