You’ve probably heard that omega-3 is important to you. You get it if you eat fish (or take fish oil capsules if you don’t like fish). Omega-3 is good at many things and fights dry skin and inflammation. Yes thanks to moist and healthy skin!
Eggs are eaten in many ways. Mirrored, touched, cooked, poached. No matter how you eat your egg, it is important that you eat the whole egg. Both the egg white and the egg yolk are important for your skin. The egg yolk helps your skin repair itself and is a great source of biotin, which helps keep your skin and nails healthy. The egg white contains 40 different kinds of proteins and water. Wild, right ?!
Oatmeal is totally good for you – surprise! There are plenty of benefits to eating oatmeal or oatmeal. It helps fight itching, retains moisture in the skin and protects the skin from extraneous elements in the air that your skin is not happy with. Oatmeal also works antibacterial. Score!
You can probably call nuts a kind of healthy candy. They taste good and are good to snack on, but they are also a good source of vitamin E. If you eat foods that contain vitamin E, then your scalp will love you. Vitamin E contains antioxidants that promote circulation in your scalp and it is something your hair likes. Bonus: Nuts also protect the skin from sun damage.
There has been a lot of focus on cutting down on bread. But it’s a pity, because if you choose whole grain bread, you can actually get better skin. Whole grains are a good source of the antioxidant routine that counteracts skin damage.