Skin VITAMINS


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamins A, B-complex, C and E play a very big role in keeping your skin looking young and healthy because they keep your skin clear and supple and destroy toxic substances that will damage skin cells over time.

You can take these vitamins in supplement form or apply vitamin-rich cosmetic formulas straight to your skin, but the best approach to get these nutrients is from eating fr

esh fruits, vegetables and other natural sources.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A, in the form of beta-carotene, can clear up blemishes, renew skin tissue and avoid premature wrinkling. Carrots are best known as a source of beta-carotene, but so are yams, sweet potatoes, spinach, papaya, mango, and cantaloupe. Other rich sources of vitamin A include orange, yellow, and dark green fruits and vegetables.

B-Complex Vitamins

The B vitamins, typically referred to as B-complex, are crucial for healthy skin. B vitamins can help in clearing up acne, preventing dry skin, and keeping your skin supple. Legumes like lentils, peas, black beans, red beans are all great sources of B-complex vitamins.

Vitamins C and E

Both vitamins C and E are powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants destroy skin-damaging free radicals that are caused when unprotected skin is exposed to the sun. Vitamins C and E also help your skin to produce collagen, a protein that fortifies your skin cells and keeps your skin smooth.

Most fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamin C, and a diet that consists of a lot of whole-grain foods, fortified cereals, wheat germ, avocado, nuts, seeds, raw nut butters and vegetable oils will present ample amounts of vitamin E. Quite a few of the foods that supply vitamin E, especially nuts, flax seeds and vegetable oils such as soybean oil, also include linoleic acid, a fat that helps prevent your skin from drying out as it gets older.

Why Get Healthy-Skin Vitamins From Food?

Vitamins play an important role in maintaining the health of all body cells, including you skin cells. A lack of vitamin A, B-complex, C or E may have a damaging effect on your skin. By eating a wide selection of whole, unprocessed foods, you should be able to obtain all the vitamins you need, in the amounts you need. Plus, you get a host of other healthy nutrients which can only be found in food, and not in vitamin supplements or topical skin treatments.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. vitamin e oil uses
    Oct 02, 2012 @ 08:53:05

    Your blog is nice. There is lot to to know here especially diet concerned. Simple things like banana peel teeth whitening and goodness of many fruits. Great work…

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