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Wednesday 26 July 2017

Collagen the answer to beautiful skin

Anti-oxidants found in vegetables and fruit, especially berries protect the skin from damage and can help slow the ageing process
Anti-oxidants found in vegetables and fruit, especially berries protect the skin from damage and can help slow the ageing process

Clair Whitty - Naturally Healthy

Would you like to have glowing, blemish free skin, shiny, silky hair and strong nails?

Then all you have to do is reduce sugar, coffee, fizzy drinks, alcohol, wheat, dairy, salt and processed foods. Simple isn't it? These foods can be dehydrating and cause blemishes in your skin.

Anti-oxidants found in vegetables and fruit, especially berries protect the skin from damage and can help slow the ageing process.

Omega essential fats will put a shine on your hair, strengthen your nails, and improve the suppleness of your skin, reduce inflammation and improve joint function. These good fats are found in fish, eggs, avocado, nuts, seeds, coconut oil, and olive oil. If you don't eat enough of these foods, it would be important to supplement your diet with a good quality supplement. These fats are essential.

Protein is needed on a daily basis to keep your skin healthy and firm. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, which in turn produce collagen. Protein is found in chicken, meat, eggs, nuts, seeds, nut butter, lentils, pulses, spirulina, bee pollen, and meat. You need protein with each meal.

Collagen helps the skin's elasticity and firmness, without it the skin sags, fine lines and wrinkles appear. Vitamin C contributes to the formulation of collagen in the skin. Hyaluronic acid is not only good for your joints, it's also fantastic for your skin. It plumps out the skin, helping you look fantastic. Dermacoll is a supplement that contains these three important nutrients with 5000mg collagen, 25mg Hyaluronic Acid, and 105mg vitamin C an excellent combination.

Water is natures' cleanser flushing the body of toxins aim to drink up to one and a half litres per day. Smoking, stress, and too much sun can have an extremely negative effect on the health of your skin so do your best to reduce exposure to them. Skin brushing is a great way to help the skin as it removes dead skin, improves the function of the lymphatic system helping to clear toxins from the body. What you put on your skin is just as important as what you put inside so choose skin products that do not contain chemicals.

Improve your eating habits, look at what you put on your skin, and exercise and you will be on your way to having glowing skin, hair, and nails.

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