THE BEST NUTRITION FOR HEALTHY SKIN
Diet is an important part of skincare. Improper diet, an unbalanced gut microbiome and food intolerances can be the cause of skin blemishes and irritations. In the same sense, selected supporting foods and a healthy intestine can strengthen the skin, stimulate skin metabolism and thus slow down the aging process and regenerate damaged skin.
Antioxidants are substances that can prevent or even reverse cell damage. An anti-aging effect may be linked to their ability to fight free radicals involved in skin damage, leading to wrinkles and inflammation. The best-researched antioxidants are vitamins C and E, carotenoids and lycopene, which help protect collagen and elastin and help tighten and firm the skin.
Essential Fatty Acids:
Essential fatty acids are crucial for maintaining human health, but cannot be produced by the human body itself. They must be ingested with food. Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids play a crucial role in body growth and development and support human brain function. While omega-3 is an important part of cell membranes throughout the body, omega-6 helps stimulate skin and hair growth.
Natural polyphenols are compounds found in certain plants, fruits (e.g. mango), nuts (e.g. almonds) and legumes that act as powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. Recent studies have also linked polyphenols to cancer prevention and demonstrated their prebiotic, microbiome-supportive ability.
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Piperine also improves the absorption and thus bioavailability of the active ingredient complex and astaxanthin acts as an immune booster and antioxidant at the same time.
Almonds are a very rich source of antioxidants and vitamin E and therefore have direct antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.They are rich in proteins, fiber, polyphenols and polyunsaturated fatty acids.Recent studies demonstrate their ability to also support microbiome health by boosting the gut bacterial ecosystem.
Leafy greens are a great plant-based source of protein, essential multivitamins and minerals, and antioxidants. In addition, they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids (see section: Essential fatty acids) and chlorophyll, which improves oxygen transport in the human body. Being rich in fiber, they also have an intestinal supportive function.
Complex carbohydrates are basically all fruits, vegetables, beans, legumes, and unrefined whole grains except flour. They contain a variety of natural anti-inflammatory substances, especially fiber and phytochemicals. Many phytonutrients act as antioxidants and have the ability to counteract oxidative stress, thereby preventing disease and inflammation. So carbs aren't all "bad," and eating the "right carbs" can actually help you achieve the skin health you want.
Soy is considered a rich source of minerals and polyunsaturated fats such as omega-3 and omega-6. Soybeans also contain so-called isoflavones (phytochemicals), which among other things have antioxidant properties and, according to several studies, reduce the signs of skin aging. Soy is very rich in vegetable protein and contains all nine essential amino acids.
Sea Buckthorn Oil:
Sea Buckthorn Oil contains a variety of vitamins, minerals, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, and other health-promoting compounds. It's also high in important antioxidants that can help protect your body from disease and slow the aging process. Sea buckthorn oil is one of the few plants that provides all four omega fatty acids (omega-3, omega-6, omega-7and omega-9) in one source.