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What foods do you eat for healthy skin?

  • 6 years ago

I have heard a lot about foods that promote healthy skin. what dietary changes have you made to get better skin?

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Food for healthy skin: 1. Low-Fat Dairy Products. One the most important components of skin health is vitamin A. One of the best places to get it is low-fat dairy products. In fact, experts say that the health of our skin cells is dependent on dietary vitamin A. 2. Blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, and plums. The common link between these four foods is their high antioxidant content. 3. Salmon, Walnuts, Canola Oil, and Flax Seed. These seemingly unrelated foods all deliver essential fatty acids, and thus are key foods for healthy skin. 4. Healthy Oils. These contain more than essential fatty acids. Eating good-quality oils helps keep skin lubricated and keeps it looking and feeling healthier overall. 5. Green Tea. This beverage deserves a category all its own in any article about foods for healthy skin. The skin-health properties in this beneficial drink just can't be beat. 6. Water. While the exact amount you should drink each day varies, no one disputes the role good hydration plays in keeping skin looking healthy and even young. When that hydration comes from pure, clean water -- not liquids such as soda or even soup -- experts say skin cells rejoice.
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Tropical fruits, broccoli, whole grains, nuts and seeds like almonds and pumpkin, carrots, basically a healthy diet of real/whole foods and of course some great skin care! Since I changed my diet and started using Monsia skin care my skin has never looked so good :)
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Berries and yogurt are also good for the skin. There are many kinds of berries that are rich in antioxidants which help our skin to become glowing and brighter. Berries are also rich in Vitamin C which is also good for the skin. Yogurt can be also used as a skin moisturizer to hydrate the skin well.
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All green vegetables are necessary to get beautiful skin and healthy body. Avocado, blueberries, kale, broccoli, green tea all these foods are good for skin. Also eat more fruits daily. Avoid junk food. Drink 10 glasses of water in a day.
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The best foods to get healthy skin are: nuts, tomatoes, water, fennel, oat milk, red grapes, brown rice, kale. avocado, broccoli, eggs, cottage cheese, green tea, sweet potato etc. All these food you should eat to get glowing and beautiful skin.
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According to "Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Daily Food Guide".

* Eat at least three ounces of whole grain in your daily diet.

* Try to eat variety of fruits and vegetables, including more dark green and orange vegetables.

* Always eat calcium-rich foods, such as fat-free or low-fat milk and other dairy products.

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I'm a big fan of Dr. Perricone's meal plan, which by the way is also prescribed by several other published doctors. The short answer to this is: Salmon or other fish high in omega 3 oils Fruits high in antioxidants such as blueberries and pomegranates Foods rich in minerals and B vitamins Greens Nuts Brown rice I'm not a doctor but I have read these books and tried these meal plans and they work if you are consistent. This is not rocket science, just common sense.
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It's well documented that a proper balance of healthy protein complex carbohydrates and good fats with fist-size portions is the combo for not only healthy skin, but healthy heart, bones, hair, nails.... in short your whole body! Your meal ratio should be ½ vegetables (complex carbs), ¼ protein (preferably fish and grain fed chicken), and ¼ simpler carbs (potato, brown rice, rice pasta, etc). Avoiding the whites (sugar, flour, salt) and packaged and snack food(?) does a lot to keep everything running right. It's also wise to replace condiments with fresh spices. Good nutrition, along with proper rest, exercise and stress management is the best beauty regimen there is. Makeup, hairstyling and wardrobe are the almonds on the salad (replacing that old term “icing on the cake”). If you have unusual or excessive problems with your skin then consult with your doctor or dermatologist. And a final note – cleaned and gently exfoliated and moisturized face each evening and sunblock, sunblock, sunblock during the day will retard wrinkle development, discolouration and general aging, and will minimize skin cancer potential. It's the simple and proven approach to radiant skin and graceful aging.
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As for me I have drunk pure chimp super tea to have no problems with my skin as well. I like the way they work.
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