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Foods That Make You Wetter

We are constantly seeking out new foods to try – trying different recipes, experimenting with ingredients, and finding ways to eat more of some foods and less of others. This is totally normal!

Many people start exploring food trends by looking at how popular certain foods have become. These foods may be completely unique products that only exist as culinary creations, or they could be similar to other well-known foods.

Some diets promote the inclusion of specific foods or categories of foods, so people often to compare their effects on their skin. A natural next step is to determine which foods work best to make your dryer than average or wetter than average skin.

Certain foods can actually increase water absorption into the skin, helping you feel slightly heavier and moistened. This is particularly helpful if you like your skin to seem tight and dried out. Here are the top five skin watering foods!

1. Broccoli

Broccoli is one of the most famous health foods in the world. It’s rich in many vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, zinc, and potassium, but what makes it special is its high content of sulforaphane, an antioxidant that helps reduce inflammation and aid in detoxification.

Studies show that eating six servings of broccoli per week will improve oral health due to the bioactive compounds it contains. Because it also raises growth hormone levels, broccoli has been linked to increased bone density and reduced risk of obesity.

Red or yellow bell peppers

foods that make you wetter

One of the most popular vegetables is the pepper! Bell peppers are rich in minerals such as potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus. Potassium helps regulate blood pressure and makes water more soluble so that it can be absorbed from the body. Minerals help keep your bones strong and healthy.

Bell peppers are also full of antioxidants like lutein and beta carotene. These antioxidants work to protect your health by helping reduce oxidative stress in the body. Oxidative stress occurs when there is an overproduction of free radicals which can damage cells and the immune system.

Overall, eating enough fruits and veggies has been shown to promote good cardiovascular health and weight loss. Besides red bell peppers, other delicious veggie options include carrots, tomatoes, and green leafy vegetables.

Egg yolks

 

When eating an egg white, there’s an important factor that makes it more likely to cause you to wet your pants: The yolk. A small amount of yolk (one or two pieces) will always contain some fat. This fat can slowly seep out when the eater eats, making them feel bloated and heavier than normal.

When someone with this problem goes to take a bath or shower, their body doesn’t dry out as well because they are still slightly moist from all the water they lost due to the bloating.

Sweet potatoes

foods that make you wetter

Many people know sweet potato as a side dish or cooking ingredient, but did you know that it can make your skin wet? Consuming one half of a baked sweet potato will help remove some of your dry, tight skin layers to expose healthier, softer skin.

Many people describe feeling refreshed after eating a cooked whole sweet potato. This may be due to the fact that the starch in the vegetable absorbs water, leaving you with slightly more hydrated skin.

To try this recipe for soft and moist skin, eat at least one ½ cup of cooked sweet potato per serving. Yours could also contain other ingredients suchas olive oil and milk which both contribute to healthy skin.

Red or yellow cherry tomatoes

foods that make you wetter

When eating these little gems, do not spit them out! Keep them in your mouth and chew them slowly so that they can soak up all of your saliva, which is what makes you wet.

This will also help preserve the acidity of the tomato, as it does not need to dissolve in your digestive system. If you have to quickly speak, use a spoon to put some of the cooked tomato into your mouth and then talk with this new tool.

Also, make sure to wash your hands after eating any food, especially if you are using a utensil like a knife or fork. Tomatoes are known to contain acidic residues, and although most people are familiar with this effect from drinking glasses of milk, saying goodbye to this liquid can have unexpected consequences for your health.

Another way to enjoy a delicious red tomato is by slicing it and dipping it into olive oil or butter. Then, season with salt and pepper and bake in an oven or broiler until warm and crispy.

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Dayna Bass

Dayna Bass

I came to Email via the Customer Product team, which means I’m always considering our readers' experience, beyond the content, and thinking of ways to connect product experiences across The Cumbernauld.

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