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Super Foods for Healing Skin

There is a multitude of healthy, natural foods that can offer effective healing and preventative powers to cure a wide range of skin problems. These super foods can dramatically improve skin health. Previously we have discussed the Top 5 foods for healthy skin, and here we extend the list of super foods for healing skin:

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Water

Drinking adequate plain water will help to keep your skin young, smooth and healthy-looking. Remember to drink pure, clean water, which rejuvenates skin cells and ensures detoxification. Actually, water hydrates the skin cells moves toxins out of them, letting nutrients come in. When the body is appropriately hydrated, it sweats normally, which helps keep the skin clean and clear.

Carrots

Vitamin A found in carrots is a required nutrient for a healthy glowing skin, also is responsible for developing and maintaining of the skin cells. The deficiency of this essential vitamin can cause skin drying. Carrots also contain high amounts of powerful antioxidants, which prevent free radical damage of skin cells. Carrots are also an excellent source of vitamin C, K and B6, biotin, fiber, potassium and thiamine.

Salmon

Salmon along with other fatty fish such as tuna, sardines, mackerel, as well as walnuts and flaxseed — is high in healthy fatty acids that are essential for attaining healthy skin. Salmon is rich in omega-3s that help to keep skin cell membranes healthy, allowing nutrients to come in cells and exit the waste products. Omega-3s also reduce the production of inflammatory agents that can cause damage to the skin. Enlarging consumption of omega-3 fatty acid-rich foods actually can help keep the skin supple and young-looking. Salmon is also an excellent source of vitamin B12, protein, potassium and  selenium.

Green Tea

Green tea is a miracle beverage and a storehouse of polyphenols, especially EGCG that reduces inflammation and protects cell membranes, also eliminate the cancer-causing free radicals. Green tea protects from sun and exposure to UV rays, which can actually help to reduce the risk of skin cancer.

Oysters

Oysters are high in zinc, a mineral which is essential for healthy and glowing skin. Along with other foods rich in protein, such as meat, sea food, dairy products, poultry, beans, wallnuts and whole grains, can help in healing of skin, protein synthesis, production of the collagen and inflammation reduction. To keep your skin healthy, it is also very important to stick to simple daily skin regimes, to quit smoking, to exercise, to have an adequate sleep and remember that perfect skin emerges from the gut!

For natural skin healing, we highly recommend this: Healing skin smoothie recipe 


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  1. Bill Madison September 24, 2014 Reply

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