Younger Looking Skin
Foods for Healthy Skin and Hair
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The consensus from medical professionals to healthy skin experts, spanning the globe, it is agreed that the secrets to healthy looking skin comes from the foods you eat. Healthy foods are by far your best alternative.
The appearance of your skin is your welcoming card to the eyes of the beholder so why not make it the best looking skin you can possibly achieve. After all, it is your first impression to those who meet with you on a daily basis and it’s the first impression that will last the longest in someone’s mind.
Healthy skin is important to everyone; we all want to look and feel our best. Yes there are many superficial products to enhance healthy skin but the best and only remedy are healthy foods.
In the early days we were taught personal Hygiene, it was an important facet of our school curriculum.
Your skin is the outer most protective layer of your entire body and it is nourished by nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Without the essentials, your skin will display age, wrinkles, slight discolor and an overall unhealthy appearance. There are many skin care products but these only affect the outside of the skin. The natural beauty and radiance your skin receives comes from a few select healthy foods that many of us do not even realize.
With just a little effort you can achieve health looking skin by following a consistent routine of eating healthy skin foods.
Its amazing how simple this can be but for some eating the right foods is not always that easy. A hectic lifestyle often contributes to poor eating habits and as usual we always find out these things when it’s too late. Often we go undercover looking for superficial remedies. Remember this that’s all they are, superficial and temporary.
The most important vitamin your skin can acquire is Vitamin A; your skin just absolutely loves Vitamin A.
Another great food for your skin are sweet potatoes ( or Yams ). The beta carotene in a sweet potato is rich with nutrients that help with dryness, skin ph balance, and cell rebuilding.
You can get Vitamin A from fish liver oils, egg yolk, liver, & fortified foods such as milk or margarine.
Other healthy foods include fresh fruits like carrots, yams, apricots, cantaloupe and fresh leafy green vegetables nuts and whole grains as well.
Eating healthy foods for your skin, your hair, is also good for your overall health in general. Striving to achieve a healthy diet takes time and discipline, if you don’t already have these qualities feel free to continue your quest for a healthy food plan that will enrich your lifestyle.
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