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Show me your skin and I'll tell you if you are eating healthy

We know that eating healthy is important. Media bombards us with new diets every now and then, all very different and extreme. Some forbid carbs others forbid fats and so on. Truth be told, a well balanced diet that includes a mix of everything plus physical activity seems to be the way to go in the long term.

Our skin is a reflection of our nutrition. That's right. Our skin and hair need healthy nutrients to shine and glow and even make you look younger without expensive creams!

Here is a list of some foods that will help keep your skin looking healthy and make you feel better in the process.

  1. Fatty Fish: Salmon, mackerel and herring are know to be excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which are important for maintaining skin health. Omega 3 helps keep skin thick, supple and moisturized. It also reduces inflammation which can cause redness and acne. As a good source of Vitamin E, it can also help protect your skin against damage from free radicals.

  2. Avocados: They are high in healthy fats that help keep skin flexible and moisturized. Some preliminary evidence also shows that avocados contain compounds that may help protect your skin from UV damage, which can cause wrinkles and other signs of aging.

  3. Walnuts and sunflower seeds: In general, nuts and seeds are good sources of skin-boosting nutrients.

  4. Sweet potato and carrots: Beta Carotene is a nutrient found in plants. It functions as provitamin A, which means it can be converted into vitamin A in your body. Carotenoids like beta carotene help keep your skin healthy by acting as a natural sunblock.

  5. Broccoli: Is a good source of vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids that are important for skin health. It also contains sulforaphane, which may help prevent skin cancer and protect your skin from sunburn.

  6. Tomatoes: They are a good source of vitamin C and all of the major carotenoids, especially lycopene. These carotenoids protect your skin from sun damage and may help prevent wrinkling.

  7. Red Grapes: Red grapes are famous for containing resveratrol, a compound that comes from the skin of red grapes. Resveratrol is credited with a wide range of health benefits, among them is reducing the effects of aging by impairing harmful free radicals that damage your skin.

All an all, what you eat can significantly affect your skin health and your the way it looks.

Make sure to include on your diet all the nutrients that are essential to protect your skin and help you look and feel beautiful from within.

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