A normally functioning body, which has a proper digestion and that has all the nutrients it needs, will have a beautiful skin. Also, if we take care of our skin, it means that we take care the body, because what is good for the skin, it is definitely beneficial to the entire body.
Skin is the largest organ of the body. It protects us against bacteria and helps regulate body temperature. It consists of three layers: outer layer – the epidermis, the middle layer – the dermis layer and below it – the subcutaneous layer.
A first step to beautiful skin is quitting bad habits. Diet for healthy skin must contain anti-inflammatory properties, originally designed for people who have certain skin problems such as eczema. Also, such a procedure is effective for those with psoriasis and dandruff, gives you energy and improves the symptoms of rosacea.
Ways to get healthy skin
Want to get rid of skin problems, but do not know how to do?
An essential step to beautiful skin starts with a healthy intestinal flora, food and beverage consumption green alkalizing effect on the body and avoidance of acidic foods. In the stomach, for example, sometimes the environment is acidic. However, in general, body tissues and blood should be slightly alkaline.
There are two ways to find out the acidity in the body: the doctor may test the blood pH or through special lanes for testing saliva and urine pH. They are made of litmus paper that changes color when in contact with acidic or alkaline substances. The pH value should be between 7 and 7.5. There are many substances which increase the acidity. Of these, the most dangerous are: vinegar (except apple cider vinegar), alcoholic beverages, margarine, pork, beef, salmon, coffee, tea, some cheese, pickles, nuts, white rice, sugar and products white flour. However, experts do not recommend the complete surrender of these foods, but their consumption in moderation.
Alkalizing foods include spinach, peppers, squash, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers, cabbage, sweet potatoes and lemons. Although the latter are considered acidic, once they reached the body have alkalizing effect. Avocado, asparagus, garlic, onions, radishes and tomatoes uncooked also have a slight alkalizing effect. In addition, we recommend giving up smoking and alcohol consumption of eight to ten glasses of water a day and, if necessary, administration of probiotic supplements.
Unsaturated fatty acids!
Unsaturated fatty acids (omega 3 and omega 6) are particularly important to health, but also for the skin. Omega 6, found in flaxseed, walnuts, green vegetables, and eggs and fish, also improves, skin hydration, improves blood pressure, prevent cardiovascular diseases and reduces the risk of certain cancers.
Consumption of saturated fat in meat, dairy, fried foods can cause inflammation, may promote skin dryness and can enhance its aging process. It also increases the risk of heart disease, asthma, eczema and acne.