Many of you already know that the things we eat play a decently significant role in our skin’s health but many of us are often flustered and confused at what to eat with all the choices we have. Some of you may even take multivitamins and while that may work for some, I personally don’t believe that it's very effective. One of the biggest reasons is that most multivitamins are not biologically accepting, meaning that your body may not absorb it well and use it for the purposes claimed on the bottle (also remember multi vitamins are not regulated by the FDA, it even says it on the bottle). Also, as a lover of food, I would much rather take my vitamins through eating than through a pill. Think about it this way, sure we could survive through being liquid fed through IV on a hospital bed to keep us alive, but would you rather be hooked up to this IV or eat food and drink? I’ll let you answer that.
Now, onto the actual food. Let me tell you first that please, please don’t obsess over food and what you eat every single meal of the day. I myself being a fitness geek and skin care enthusiast finds myself spoiling with not so healthy food, aka milkshakes and burgers because eating one burger or drinking one milk shake will not destroy your skin. The goal is to eliminate most of the bad foods while replacing them with healthier options but still giving room for the not so healthy stuff. Food is hard to recommend because there are so many different ones but let me recommend simple beverages.
The first, carrot juice. I buy mine from a company called Bolthouse farms. Carrots contain plenty of vitamin A (as much as 630% DV), an essential vitamin for skin, eyes, and hair. I drink a cup of this stuff every day and I have seen great improvement. It also contains potassium thought to regulate cell activity.
Another beverage is a kale smoothie. Let me tell you one thing, I do not like kale, but its vitamins C, D, K, and A is amazing. They deliver almost all of the above in 100% DV and higher. How do I manage to eat it? Through a smoothie. I cut up a whole banana, which also contains potassium and is an overall healthy choice, and it virtually eliminates that bitter kale taste. The great thing about smoothies is that you can add almost anything you want. Feel free to add some flaxseed for your omega 3’s and fiber.
Lastly, water. I don’t need to elaborate much on this, water is simply the basic beverage everyone needs Be sure to drink the required amounts a day and a little over for good measure.
There you have it, the beverages of life. I invite you to try them out or at the very least take something from the article to help you. Always remember that we put in our body very much affects what is on the outside of our body. Many miss this concept and the fact that our skin is a fairly accurate representation of what goes on in our body. If you’re breaking out all over your body, it is almost always systematic. If it is only on your face, then perhaps your products may be doing you more harm than good or you need to eliminate a few things in your diet that really aggravate your facial acne. When in doubt, always stick to the basics and don’t fall for gimmicky tricks that many skin care websites and companies try to sell you in.
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