Everyday Habits That Are Ruining Your Skin: #4

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Tuesday, April 18, 2017

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We are continuing our series of everyday habits that destroy your skin and how to avoid them.

We all want beautiful skin that glows! Having beautiful glowing skin is all about how you take care of it. Putting lots of love and care into your skin will definite show. With spring time here and summer around the corner, it’s important to take care of your skin now because you won’t just wake up with beautiful skin in a day. But you can cause your skin a lot of damage with everyday activities and practices that would be much healthier to avoid. A balanced diet is important for a variety of reasons, including your skin health.

4. Poor dietary habits

Eating sugary foods is one of the quickest ways to destroy otherwise healthy skin. Sugar contributes to the breakdown of elastin and collagen, two important elements that are responsible for keeping the skin elastic and full.

When you eat a healthy, balanced diet, you’re literally equipping your body with the necessary tools to strengthen cells and tissue within the body, including skin tissue. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables and the right type and quantity of proteins and carbohydrates gives skin tissue the arsenal it needs to grow and carry out repairs whenever there is damage.

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