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January 17, 2013
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We are what we eat, and that means that the foods we eat dictate our health. When people start to monitor their diet, they concern themselves with body fat and muscle building. But if you also spend some time focusing on the right foods to eat for healthy skin, then you can look younger and feel better.

Avocado

Many people are familiar with the long list of health benefits that avocados offer, but not enough people are familiar with how good the avocado can be for your skin. This is a fruit loaded with vitamins C and E, both of which are universally recognized as being very good for your skin. One of the knocks against avocados has been that it contains a high concentration of fat. But the truth is that the Omega 3 fatty acids in avocados are actually very good for your skin.

Fish

Fish oil is another substance we often associate with good health, and there are a lot of factual reasons for that. As far as your skin goes, seafood contains those Omega-3 fatty acids that have been proven to be helpful in maintaining skin health. To help out with your complexion and enhance the effects of your dark spot corrector, fish is also rich in zinc.

Mangoes

When you talk about foods that are good for the skin, mangoes do not usually enter into the conversation. However, mangoes are loaded with vitamin A, which is one of the essential building blocks for healthy, new skin cells. Vitamin A is also an antioxidant, which can help fight the effects of aging that can appear as spots and wrinkles.

Fiber

Whole grain breads and fiber-enriched cereals are great sources of fiber and effective ways for keeping your skin healthy. Fiber has nutrients such as zinc and vitamin B6, which help to keep the skin clear of blemishes and acne. You just need to make sure that you are eating whole grain fiber and not processed fiber, such as the kind that you can get in certain breads. Read the product labels and insist on buying products that are high in real fiber.

Broccoli

Few foods make childrens faces frown more than broccoli. But the truth is that broccoli is one of the foods you can eat to help retain that healthy skin glow. Broccoli contains high concentrations of vitamins E and C. Vitamin C is essential in creating new skin cells, and it also lends a hand in removing dead cells. Vitamin E is good for protecting your skin from the harmful UV rays of the sun. Together, these two nutrients do a great deal to help protect and rejuvenate your skin. Investing in creams to help keep your skin moisturized is an important part of acne-treatment and making sure that you have clear and healthy skin. But you can do even more good for your skin by making sure that you eat foods that are rich in the nutrients that your body needs to maintain glowing and radiant skin.

 
 
 
 
 
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