Tips for Radiant Skin



Diet is the first line of defense when it comes to our health. Before turning to supplements or skincare products, it's crucial to focus on a balanced diet. An unhealthy diet can cause various skin issues like redness, acne, itching, and dryness. But in today's world, diet alone may not meet all your skin's needs. So how can you supplement your diet to improve your skin? We'll explore that in this article. First, let's look at the foods that can make your skin oily and acne-prone: fatty foods, sugar, and dairy.

Fatty foods can cause difficult digestion and overload your intestines. Your intestines are supposed to filter out toxins, but an excess of fats makes this job harder. When this happens, your skin becomes a filter, leading to dull, gray, or yellow complexions. Sugary foods like candies and chocolates cause high blood sugar, triggering a process called glycation. This damages skin proteins and causes premature aging and acne.

Dairy-rich diets can cause skin and joint inflammation. Skim milk contains whey protein, absent in whole milk, which increases insulin levels and sebum production in the skin.

Quels aliments choisir pour une belle peau ?

Opt for foods rich in vitamins A, C, and E, as well as healthy fats like Omega-3 and Omega-6.

Vitamin A:

  • Sources: Tomatoes, carrots, melons, squash, and other colorful fruits and vegetables, eggs, butter, and offal.
  • Effects: Keeps the skin hydrated and boosts melanin production.

Vitamin C:

  • Sources: Mainly fruits and vegetables, especially citrus fruits and parsley.
  • Effects: Promotes collagen production, has antioxidant properties, and helps even out your skin tone.

Vitamin E:

  • Sources: Avocado, nuts, seeds (like chia and flax), and vegetable oils.
  • Effects: Anti-inflammatory, speeds up healing, and protects against UV rays.


  • Sources: Fatty fish (salmon, herring, anchovies, mackerel, sardines), vegetable oils, and nuts.
  • Effects: Drains excess water, lowers blood pressure, and improves kidney function.


  • Sources: Animal fats.
  • Effects: Improves skin elasticity and boosts the immune system. Note: excessive meat and Omega-6 can cause inflammation.

Comment se complémenter efficacement et sainement ?

How to Supplement Effectively and Safely?

Modern diets often fail to provide all the nutrients our bodies need, particularly Omega fats. Our food habits have changed dramatically—more processed foods, factory-farmed animals, and cheap vegetable oils. All of this affects our Omega balance and decreases our vitamin and mineral intake.

The Parantaga product line effectively addresses these issues. For optimal results, the Essential packs, made of Collagen Beauty and the glow booster day & night, offer deep hydration and repair for the skin. They promote collagen production, control sebum, and even assist in tissue repair.

Omega fats are crucial for rebalancing your Omega 6/Omega 3 ratio, strengthening your immune system, and enhancing your skin's elasticity. Plant-based Omega-3s, rich in alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), are known for their hydrating and anti-inflammatory effects.

Supplementing can boost your skin's quality from within. After all, your skin reflects what you eat. So, take care of your inner health for visible results on the outside.