Best Ways to Rejuvenate Your Skin

Best Ways to Rejuvenate Your Skin

If you want to look good on the outside, you've got to treat your body well on the inside!

The foods you eat, the liquids you drink and all the activities you take part in can have an effect on the health of your skin. It may be a bit vain to want to look good, but if it means a healthier diet and lifestyle, then be as vain as you'd like!

Skin Rejuvenating Tips

  • Drink plenty of clean/filtered water.

Water helps keep skin hydrated and eliminates toxins through the kidney and colon.

  • Eat a high-fiber diet.

It will help keep you regular by enhancing the elimination of waste from the body.

  • Eat plenty of antioxidants.

These powerful foods help slow down cellular aging. Fresh fruits and veggies are the best source, although they also found in beans and grains.

  • Don't be afraid of fatty acids!

Essential fatty acids help provide oils for glowing skin. Be sure to include these in your diet with foods including avocados, nuts and various seeds.

  • Cleanse with a glass of warm water and lemon in the morning to stimulate the gut for waste reomoval.
  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol.

Both of these drain moisture from the body.

  • Reduce sodium.

Excess sodium leads to water retention and puffy skin.

  • Reduce foods that clog your system.

These include red meat, fried foods, dairy, refined carbohydrates and foods with man-made fats (hydrogenated and partially-hydrogenated oils).

  • Include beautifying herbs in your diet.

Try echinacea, hibiscus, dandelion and red clover. Nutritional supplements may help, too, including borage or evening primrose oil, vitamin c, probiotic - acidophilus with bifidus (friendly bacteria to promote colon health and elimination of waste/toxins).

A good way to start eating for skin health is by NutriBlasting! Try our Beautifully Rawlicious or Cherry-O Blasts, filled with antioxidants that are great for skin radiance and vibrance. Blasting helps get more fiber into your diet while curbing your cravings for high fat, high sodium foods that are detrimental to your skin.

Registered Dietitian


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