Healthy skin happens when we eats good foods, have enough exercise, reduce stress and protect the skin from the harsh environment. Some foods are especially beneficial for the skin. Garlic is one such program. It contains sulfur compounds (which give stronger the smell), which are beneficial for your skin. It also acts as a natural antibiotic and clean the entire system. If you like garlic, eat as much as you can. If the smell worries you, chew a piece of parsley afterward and neutralize it. Odorless garlic tablets are available if this is too hard.
Vitamin C vitamin is probably the most important skin in my opinion. Especially since the human body can not make or store. This vitamin helps collagen formation which keeps the skin looking young and plump. This could be why smoker’s skin can look older than a non smoker. Smoking also consumes oxygen in the blood. Give it up, if it is humanly possible, or at least cut it down. Vitamin C is best consumed along with bioflavonoids, the way it is normally found in nature. The two have a synergistic effect.
Can be found in citrus fruits, berries, like strawberries and blueberries and vegetables such as broccoli. Broccoli also contain vitamin A, an important vitamin for skin as it helps fight infection from the inside out. Ideal for people with acne! Have some day if you can. Carrots are a great source of carotenoids, including beta-carotene, which your body converts to vitamin A. Beta-carotene is absorbed through the skin and can also protect from harmful UV rays.