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(PRWEB) March 19, 2015
Proper Nutrition for Healthy Skin
Have you ever noticed how someone who has eaten garlic can have the garlicky aroma oozing out of their every pore for days? There is a reason this happens. Everything you put into the interior of your body will have an effect on the exterior in some way. The condition of your skin can be a direct result of the foods and drinks you are putting into your body, both good and bad. Here are a few ways to use proper nutrition to acquire healthy skin.
You may associate cucumbers slices with spa treatments where they’re placed over eyes to reduce puffiness. However, ingesting cucumbers is just as good for skin issues. This “cooling” vegetable can reduce inflammation and has high amounts of anti-oxidants and vitamin C, which can work wonders on skin irritations such as psoriasis, eczema, rashes and blemishes.
Trade in unhealthy fats for healthy oils like those made with coconuts or olives. Coconut oil contains properties that can eliminate Candida Albicans, a yeast that can result in skin infections. It also can fight bacteria and fungi. Olive oil is rich in vitamin E, which is extremely helpful in repairing damaged tissue and can increase smoothness of the skin.
Avocados are an extremely healthy food known for their high levels of nutrition. They, too, are rich in vitamin E, assisting in the restoring of connective tissue, but they are also quite high in the B vitamins. This helps in maintaining skin health and is conducive to creating a vibrant skin tone.
This vegetable has a solid place on the list of nutrition and is extremely high in folate levels. This can assist in anti-aging functions such as fighting wrinkles and not-so-fine lines. It is also effective in soothing skin conditions. The taste may not be pleasing to many, but adding a natural sweetener like apples can make it tastier while upping the vitamin C and anti-oxidant factor.
This may seem obvious, but many people can have difficulty downing the proper amounts of fluid needed by their body in a day. Increase your fluid intake along with water-heavy foods. This can result in more elasticity in your skin, less dryness, more vibrant coloring, and a diminishing of fine lines and wrinkles.
Good nutrition overall has a direct relation to the condition of a person’s skin. When highly processed or fast food is ingested regularly, the skin is quick to reflect this. Eating whole, preferably organic foods and staying well-hydrated can result in smoother, more vibrant looking skin that is supple and soft to the touch.
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