With a few simple diet tweaks, you can help reduce signs of aging such as wrinkles, dryness and thinning skin. When people say, “you are what you eat,” it is especially true when it comes to your skin. In the same way that certain foods can ruin your figure, some foods will also ruin your skin—and, conversely, adopting a healthy skin diet can make all the difference in the world. What you feed your body dictates whether you have healthy skin or problem skin, so it is time to watch what you eat. Being food-conscious is officially not just important for helping you fit into your jeans. Your dermatologist can help you care for your skin by offering an effective diet plan.
By Central Park South Dermatology
March 27, 2018
Category: Skin Care
Here are some of the best foods you can incorporate into your diet to improve your complexion:
• Low-Fat Dairy products – one of the most important components of a healthy skin diet is vitamin A, which can be found in low-fat dairy products.
• Blackberries, blueberries, strawberries and plums – these foods contain high antioxidant content, which provide an array of benefits for healthy skin.
• Salmon, walnuts, canola oil, and flaxseed – these seemingly unrelated foods each deliver essential fatty acids, which are key elements in a healthy diet.
• Healthy oils – these contain more than essential fatty acids, which helps to keep skin lubricated and keeps it looking and feeling healthier overall.
• Water – while the amount needed every day varies, it continues to remain undisputed that it plays a significant role in good hydration, which is essential for your healthy skin diet.
Remember, many of the best foods for healthy skin also promote good overall health. Rather than focusing on specific foods for healthy skin, concentrate on a healthy diet in general. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, and visit your dermatologist for further diagnosis and advice on maintaining healthy, glowing skin.