Diet & your skin
A diet rich in protein and essential fatty acids is a good place to start. Nuts (especially almonds and hazelnuts, rich in Vitamin E), whole-grains, and soy-based products are all excellent sources of many of the important building-blocks for healthy skin.
Also, foods such as broccoli, spinach, carrots, and sweet potatoes are extremely rich in beta carotene, nature’s most easily assimilated source of vitamin A. A powerful antioxidant, beta carotene is capable of binding up reactive oxygen — a free radical produced by exposure to UV light, which has been shown to contribute to premature aging by interfering with the development of our skin’s collagen. Plenty of fruits and vegetables, as well as things like antioxidant-rich green tea, help to form an effective diatary regimen invaluable for maintaining your overall health, as well as that of your skin.
Complex B vitamins, such as those found in brewer’s yeast (often sold as nutritional yeast in health food stores), have long been recognized as having a powerful, healing effect on skin. Brewer’s yeast has a complex, nutty taste and gives great depth of flavor to soups, stews, and sauces (it also, incidentally, is great on popcorn!).
There is no doubt that healthy skin begins with a diverse diet rich in unprocessed, natural and organic ingredients and healthy preparations. With these working for you from the inside, your external skin-care regimen becomes much more effective.
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