Adding these Vitamin-E foods to your breakfast can do wonders to your hair, skin during winter

First Published 8, Nov 2020, 3:37 PM

Start your daily beauty regimen with a skin-friendly diet. Include these vitamin E-rich foods in your breakfast and say goodbye to skin problems in winters.
 

<p>Winters can cast its dry spell on our skin making it itchy, dry and flaky. As the cold weather sets in, it's important to take care of your skin and hair, and enrich them with moisture and skin-benefiting oils.<br />
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Winters can cast its dry spell on our skin making it itchy, dry and flaky. As the cold weather sets in, it's important to take care of your skin and hair, and enrich them with moisture and skin-benefiting oils.
 

<p>Vitamin E oil is commonly used in cosmetic products to stave off dryness from the skin, but it is usually flanked with other artificial ingredients and chemicals too.<br />
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Vitamin E oil is commonly used in cosmetic products to stave off dryness from the skin, but it is usually flanked with other artificial ingredients and chemicals too.
 

<p>The best way to provide plenty of vitamin E to the skin is through diet. Vitamin E carries the ability to fight free radicals and cleanses it while protecting it from common skin problems and ageing-related symptoms, including dryness, patchiness, sunburn and dark spots.<br />
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The best way to provide plenty of vitamin E to the skin is through diet. Vitamin E carries the ability to fight free radicals and cleanses it while protecting it from common skin problems and ageing-related symptoms, including dryness, patchiness, sunburn and dark spots.
 

<p>Start your daily beauty regimen with a skin-friendly diet. Include these vitamin E-rich foods in your breakfast and say goodbye to skin problems in winters.<br />
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Start your daily beauty regimen with a skin-friendly diet. Include these vitamin E-rich foods in your breakfast and say goodbye to skin problems in winters.
 

<p>Peanuts: Here's another reason to slather your bread with peanut butter. Other ways to use peanuts in the morning is by adding them to upma and poha, or blending them with other foods to make shakes and smoothies.</p>

Peanuts: Here's another reason to slather your bread with peanut butter. Other ways to use peanuts in the morning is by adding them to upma and poha, or blending them with other foods to make shakes and smoothies.

<p>Spinach: The green leafy vegetable can be used to make a number of morning meals. Add boiled and chopped spinach to eggs to make an omelette and scrambled eggs. You can also make spinach ravioli or make a nice filling of spinach and paneer to stuff inside your sandwich.</p>

Spinach: The green leafy vegetable can be used to make a number of morning meals. Add boiled and chopped spinach to eggs to make an omelette and scrambled eggs. You can also make spinach ravioli or make a nice filling of spinach and paneer to stuff inside your sandwich.

<p>Almonds: Health experts suggest soaking up to 5 almonds overnight and having them in the morning after peeling their skin. You can either have almonds along with your bed tea or add them to your breakfast cereal.</p>

Almonds: Health experts suggest soaking up to 5 almonds overnight and having them in the morning after peeling their skin. You can either have almonds along with your bed tea or add them to your breakfast cereal.

<p>Avocado: This savoury fruit has become the latest breakfast sensation. You can make plain avocado toast or mash avocado with other foods like eggs, meats and veggies to top your bread with. Another way to use avocado is by making its dip and pairing it with your meals. Avocado's creamy texture makes it an excellent breakfast food option.</p>

Avocado: This savoury fruit has become the latest breakfast sensation. You can make plain avocado toast or mash avocado with other foods like eggs, meats and veggies to top your bread with. Another way to use avocado is by making its dip and pairing it with your meals. Avocado's creamy texture makes it an excellent breakfast food option.

<p>Sunflower seeds: These tiny seeds are big on vitamin E content. Roasted sunflower seeds can make for a great munching snack to pair with your morning tea. Or, you can simply sprinkle the seeds on your oatmeal, cereal, pancakes and other meals.</p>

Sunflower seeds: These tiny seeds are big on vitamin E content. Roasted sunflower seeds can make for a great munching snack to pair with your morning tea. Or, you can simply sprinkle the seeds on your oatmeal, cereal, pancakes and other meals.