Top Foods that Heal Your Skin

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Top Foods that Heal Your Skin

A healthy diet is important for a number of reasons. It encourages your body’s overall health by ensuring it gets everything it needs and gives it the materials it needs to build itself up from exercise. Similarly, it means your body has the materials it needs to repair any injuries you take. The reason that is most important to OROGOLD though is that a healthy diet means healthy skin. There’s no reason to invent a new diet for you to adhere to encourage healthy skin though. A lot of foods you already eat may be helping your skin as is, and with a slight adjustment you can just eat a little bit more of them. Some of them you can even turn into a new snack food when you need to snack, but want it to be something healthy.

Leafy Greens
You should always eat your greens, and OROGOLD will remind you of why. Dark green, leafy vegetables are packed with vitamins crucial to your health. A good rule of thumb is that the darker the green is the more nutrients there are in a given vegetable. These vitamin-packed foods benefit your entire body, but one of the ones that will most benefit your skin is vitamin A. Kale, spinach, lettuce, and other vegetables are all surprisingly good for your skin’s health. Kale and spinach, in particular, are known for high concentrations of vitamin A and make a good addition to any salad as well.

Almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts.

Peanuts, pistachios, walnuts, chestnuts, almonds, and so on are actually all good food options for healthy skin. These are a food you’ll want to go easy on all the same. What benefits you about them is the same thing you can get too much of: fats. They may be the good kind of fats, but there is little sense in going overboard. Vitamin E is also available in many nuts and that vitamin, in particular, promotes skin health. There are other benefits within the natural oils of the nuts that contain compounds that promote a natural and healthy glow to your skin. If you need still another reason, then nuts can also be beneficial in aiding digestion.

Vitamin C is everyone’s friend, but especially the friend of people seeking healthy skin. Your body needs vitamin C to maintain your skin’s health by default, and having a steady supply of it only further benefits you. Every citrus fruit has a good amount of vitamin C in it. The vitamin helps your body produce collagen in your skin that helps it keep its shape and elasticity over time. With the large diversity in citrus, it is also quite easy to incorporate into your diet without a second thought as the fruits provide vibrant colors and varied flavors. If you’re not interested in citrus, then you can always eat tomatoes or bell peppers for similar benefits.

“You are what you eat” seems a bit simple to many people, but it is a fairly simple way of stating a universal truth. You have to give your body what it needs or it can’t take care of itself. Adding the foods recommended by OROGOLD can help encourage your skin’s health alongside your usual skin care routine. And encouraging your skin’s overall health will help it recover from damage far easier than if your diet is lacking in nutrients it most needs.

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