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Yummy Superfoods For Optimum Skin Health And A Beautiful Glow

Updated on May 29, 2009

Skin Health Foods

Skin. Its the largest organ of the human body and its the first thing people see. So it only makes sense that your skin health deserves the same attention you give when eating to maintain and improve the function of your other body organs. When your looking for super foods to improve your overall health, it only seems right that your skin should be given all the nutritional advantages possible to stay healthy.

When it comes to your skin, Vitamin A is your best friend. It does so much more then just give your body clear skin. Some will say that Vitamin A is the most important nutrient for the health of your skin. Eating foods such as yogurt will not only provide the essential vitamin A you need, but it also contains acidophilus. Acidophilus is one of the good bacteria that aid in your digestive health.

Superfoods for skin health
Superfoods for skin health

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Skin Health: Vitamins and Antioxidents

Many times a body will shed what is unwanted such as toxins through the skin causing breakouts and overall poor skin health. For super skin heath, Yogurt can be considered a superfood not only for the Vitamin A advantages, but because when your digestive system is functioning properly, waste is removed from the body most efficiently. There is no need for the body to remove anything through the skin such as toxins because a properly functioning digestive system will get rid of what it does not want through the colon. Thus resulting in beautiful clear skin

For skin cell protection, you want to consume superfoods that are high in antioxidants. Skin beauty foods such as strawberry's, blueberry's and blackberry's. Skin cells are less prone to damage when the phytochemicals and antioxidants are present. Reducing the risk of skin damage is very beneficial to prevent the effects of premature aging of the skin, keeping you looking younger, longer. Other superfoods you can consume to get more antioxidants are prunes, pecans, pinto beans, and artichokes. If its Antioxident high, consider it your skin beauty food.

Another way to keep the skin looking younger and healthier is to consumer superfoods such as healthy oils that are high in essential fatty acids. Fatty acids aid in allowing nutrients to pass through the body and keeping cell membranes at their optimum health. Healthy oils also keep the skin cells lubricated, the suggest amount is just two tbls of healthy oils such as extra virgin oil that is cold pressed.

Remember, the fresher the better. If you are wanting superfoods for skin health, eating the freshest superfoods will help maintain their chemical makeup better retaining the highest amount of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

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    • LivingFood profile image

      LivingFood 

      6 years ago

      Now I got another reason to eat pinto beans. TFS!

    • apeksha profile image

      apeksha 

      9 years ago from India.

      nice hub

      what should be done for shiny skin ,,...

      good hub

      thanks

    • Guardian1 profile image

      Guardian1 

      9 years ago

      Awesome advice for eating your way to great skin. Good hub.

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