Promote Healthy Skin From the Inside, Out

Spring is on its way and now is the time to be prepping our skin for shorts and tank tops season. Maintaining healthy skin is a job better done from the inside, out. Our experts have shared with us their tips regarding the importance of using a healthy diet to promote good skin health. Learn how to use your diet to give your skin a healthy glow.

Lifestyle and Dietary Changes to Support Healthy Skin

Nutrients that are important for good skin include vitamin A, essential fats, and zinc. Here is some dietary and lifestyle guideline for healthy skin:

  • Limit alcohol, coffee, tea, sugar and saturated fat. Alcohol dehydrates the skin, and sugar hastens the aging process.
  • Increase intake of fresh fruits and veggies – they contain important vitamins and antioxidants to fit the aging process.
  • Stay hydrated with clean water and herbal tea. Caffeinated beverages can move fluid out of the body, worsening dehydration.
  • A good multivitamin and mineral supplement can help, as is vitamin C supplement. Vitamin C is essential in the manufacturing of collagen, a protein that is essential in keeping the skin’s elasticity.

ling wong, Holistic Nutrition and Wellness Coach, Thoughts For Foods Holistic Health

Plant Based Nutrition for Healthy, Beautiful Skin

A healthy plant-based diet, loaded in nutrient density, can replenish, hydrate and nourish your skin from the inside out.

The best way to improve skin quality is to bring living, fresh, organic vegetables and juice into your healthy lifestyle. Beautiful skin starts from the inside out, and those who switch to a healthful plant-based food regimen will see positive changes in their skin.

When food is heated above 105 degrees Fahrenheit, many of the vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and enzymes are destroyed. Just by increasing the amount of healthy, organic living foods in the family lifestyle, you should see important skin benefits. Research has shown that 50% of the protein and 70 to 90% of the vitamins and minerals are destroyed when food is heated.

Specific foods will improve the skin: Berries, especially blueberries, are potent antioxidants that promote skin health. Citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons and grapefruit help the body detoxify free radicals, and therefore benefit the health of the skin.

Karen Ranzi, Author, Lecturer, Living Foods Consultant, Super Healthy Children Publishing

What foods do you include in your diet that promote healthy skin?

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