As much as we like sugar on so unfriendly is with the silhouette and the skin. A high consumption brings a few extra numbers to not only clothes but also many skin problems. We say to you why sugar is bad for the skin and how to control consumption.
Although not happen to notice any changes in skin appearance whenever I eat chocolate or anything with sugar, I have a friend who abstains from everything that means sweet with lots of sugar. Otherwise the skin would get an unpleasant aspect.
The problems that generate sugars for the skin are different from person to person
How to reduce sugar consumption without creating frustration.
1. Eliminate sugar from your diet as much as possible. It is not easy to cut all sugar from the menu, but when you’re craving something sweet, try to eat fruits, vegetables, whole grain cereals. Keep added sugar to the diet at a rate not exceeding 10% of total daily calories.
2. Pay attention to sugar “hidden” in some products. Sugar can “disguise” under other names: dextrose, maltose, molasses, etc.. Before buying a product, read the label, see what contains and be careful not to consume it in industrial quantities!
4. Get a daily supplement of B1 and B6 (consult your physician before). These vitamins act as inhibitors of unstable molecules. If you’re afraid to take supplements, you can eat foods rich in B1 and B6: grains, legumes (peas, beans, chickpeas), tuna, spinach, chicken, garlic and bananas.
5. Use cosmetics that protects skin from sugar. These must contain specific ingredients, which helps block molecules formed. Find these compounds in sunscreen creams!