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The Relationship Between Food and Skin Health


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As junk food goes in your body, your body forms itself from the junk food. Do you want your skin health to reflect junk food? If you will eat a healthy diet, including such foods as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and nuts, your skin will maintain its youthful look when others your age are starting to show their age.

Studies are finally catching up to what dermatologists and vegetarians have been telling us for years. That is, the more years you spend eating healthy foods, the slower you and your skin will age. The more years you spend eating junk foods and drinking alcoholic beverages, the more accelerated your aging process will be.

Even before the days of science, your great grandparents were likely telling their children not to miss any meals, especially breakfast. The more science catches up to our ancestors wisdom in this area, the more we see that lifestyle diseases such as diabetes can result when we intake unhealthy foods at irregular times in irregular quantities.

Another advice of our ancestors was to drink water regularly. Although our ancestors may not have correctly understood the effects of water, this has proven a healthy habit for overall health and skin health. Your body cannot function at ultimate health and make quick repairs to itself unless you are properly hydrated.

Just as fatty animal foods can destroy your skin health, polyunsaturated and mono unsaturated fats found in such foods as walnuts and avocados are essential for great skin health. If you have had an inconsistent diet or been on antibiotics, you could also receive a skin health benefit with an injection of bacteria from yogurt.

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