Diet For Pigmentation on Face

Diet chart for Skin Pigmentation

Diet For Pigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is a skin disorder where your skin appears to be darker as compared to normal texture and color.

Diet to be followed:

  1. Omega 3 fatty acids should be consumed at a higher amount such as fish
  2. Beta carotene also helps to promote good skin like carrots and sweet potatoes
  3. Vitamin c products also add a boost for healthier skin which is present in oranges, grapes and lemons
  4. An excessive amount of water consumption mainly 2 liters per day also helps to flush out toxins causing skin hydration
  5. Zinc also plays a good role in controlling oil production which is present in pumpkin
  6. Legumes, lentils, beans should be consumed in a higher amount
  7. Papaya which is rich In vitamin A, C and vitamin k, folate and magnesium also acts best for good skin.

Avoid:

  1. Dairy products to be restricted such as milk cheese especially when you are facing hyperpigmentation
  2. All types of candies, ice cream, chocolates should be avoided
  3. Bakery products such as cakes, pastries donuts that have a high content of sugar should be lessened.
  4. Fast food like pizza, burger should be avoided
  5. Fried fries or fried chicken to be avoided
  6. Alcohol intake and smoking to be stopped
  7. Foods that contain excessive carbs such as white rice, white bread, maida should be kept at a standstill
  8. It’s also said that sometimes too spicy and salty food also causes more chances of Inflammation so it should also be consumed in lower amounts
  9. Caffeine products should be prohibited because it has a direct impact on hormonal imbalance worsening skin disorders.

DR. VASEEM CHOUDHARY – HOMEO CARE CLINIC, PUNE

Dr. Vaseem Choudhary and his team have treated many patients successfully with his expert knowledge and mastery skills and all patients have shown outstanding results with positive feedback on Pigmentation so if you are looking for your cure please visit our center for treatment at Homeo Care Clinic, Pune.