Eating for Healthy Skin

 In Anti-Aging, General Health, Nutrition

Part of your desire to retain a youthful and fit look, no matter your age, is to have a long and disease-free life. Keeping your youth alive is largely based on healthy eating and exercise, plus getting the right supplements to enhance your health, such as a multivitamin and taking Human Growth Hormone, such as a Deer Antler Spray. It all works together to help you stay healthy, vibrant, and youthful when many around you are looking their age, or even older than their age! But your healthy eating could have more of an impact than you realize . . . especially on that most visible of surfaces, your skin.

People as young as their 30’s start to find wrinkles, age spots, and skin losing elasticity, sure signs that age is having an effect on their health, and that the levels of natural HGH in their system are decreasing. As the years progress, most people take this to be an inevitable fact of life, but with the right combination of skin care, supplements, exercise, and maybe most importantly, healthy eating, you can combat this visible sign of aging with noticeable results. If you are interested in preserving your skin’s youthful and vibrant glow, or if you’re already facing fine lines and wrinkles, you can use some of the healthy eating tips below in your battle for great skin.

Maintain a healthy weight and eat healthy fats. As you age, or if you consume too few calories, your skin (especially on your face and neck) will lose elasticity and begin to look thinner and papery. If you don’t consume enough calories, or if your diet is too low in healthy fats or skin-boosting antioxidants, your skin will be dehydrated and the layer of plumpness that makes skin look smooth and youthful disappears, and you begin to see bags, sagging skin, lines and wrinkles. Eat healthy fats, drink plenty of water, consume fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins and antioxidants, and use skin care products that are for anti-aging and contain beneficial ingredients to help reduce lines, boost collagen and infuse skin with moisture.

Eating foods that are known to be beneficial for skin. This includes fish and seafood high in omega-3 fatty acids, or if you don’t eat a lot of fish, flax-seed oil and walnuts offer beneficial omega 3’s too. Fruits and vegetables high in vitamin C are also good for your skin because they help your body produce collagen. Choose citrus fruits, tomatoes, and hot or bell peppers for a good boost of C.

Healthy eating goes with exercise. In addition to your skin-boosting diet, getting plenty of exercise also helps your skin. In fact, exercise can actually slow down the aging process. In addition to helping your body produce more Human Growth Hormone naturally (a great way to increase lean muscle, improve organ and tissue function, and also benefit the skin), exercise brings nutrients, oxygen and more blood to the skin, helping you achieve that rosy glow, and also helping to reduce the stress hormone cortisol so your body is less prone to inflammation and the effects of stress.

Taking care of your skin is one part of your plan to stay youthful and vibrant in any decade. You can easily do this with the help of a healthy diet featuring key skin-boosting foods, regular workouts and a smart skin care routine.

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