Your Skin Diet

There are many reasons that we make the effort to watch our diets: weight management (taking the weight off or keep it off), lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, or simply to live healthy .

But we rarely hear people say they are trying to eat well to promote healthy skin.

We used to think that eating chocolate outs would break the skin, but in recent years we have learned that eating dark chocolate is good for your skin. (Thank you God) dark chocolate contains antioxidants that help increase the natural protection against UV that creates our skin.

Our skin is thin clothing

Mark Twain once shared this bit of wisdom: “The finest clothing made is a person’s skin, but, of course, society demands something more than that.”

Most of us make the effort to take good care of our clothes so it will be nice when we wear it, and because it is an investment, we want it to last longer.

Should we think of our skin the same way? We want it to be beautiful when you wear it (still) and we want it to last longer.

How our skin is important, but how healthy it is, is even more important. As the principal organ of our body, his job is to protect our vital organs and help filter out toxins that build up inside.

What to feed our skin

We can use all the great skin care products created, but if we fail to nourish our skin properly, everything else is wasted.

One of the most important things we can do to keep our skin hydrated, which means drinking plenty of water, allowing it to do its job of eliminating those things that could make us unhealthy. Coffee, tea or soft drinks are water sources, but are not a substitute for the real thing.

Eat whole grains, they are not only sources of fiber, good to help prevent acne causing inflammation, but also contain a large amount of antioxidants.

Another great source of antioxidants, especially berries are blueberries, blackberries and strawberries that help our skin look younger.

Our skin needs good sources of omega 3 fatty acids (good fat), you can get from eating fish, especially fatty fish like salmon, anchovies, mackerel or sardines. These fatty acids help keep skin blemish free.

Walnuts, flaxseed and canola oil are also good sources

To help your skin in its natural renewal process, you need vitamin A, which can be found in carrots.

A good source of vitamin E, to help keep your skin hydrated is almonds.

If you need to soothe the skin red and blotchy, lawyers act as an anti-inflammatory.

Taking good care of your skin is not just about beauty and vanity, is health on the property.

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