Here are some simple changes you can make to your diet for healthy, glowing skin.
For years, many researchers believed that nutrition had little to do with skin health and that the most important thing was what we applied topically to our skin.
However, recent studies show that what you eat has a major impact on how your skin looks and feels. Read on to find foods to avoid and healthier alternatives for better, clearer skin.
How Food Impacts Your Skin
they are intertwined by something scientists call the “gut-skin axis.” This means that the state of our gut health determines the look, feel, and health of our skin.
Gastrointestinal disorders usually manifest outside our skin, causing problems ranging from acne to atopic dermatitis to psoriasis. And, as the researchers found, many of these conditions stem from an imbalanced microbiome (population of bacteria) in our gut as a result of poor nutrition and other environmental influences.
Fortunately, you can start improving your skin by swapping smart and easy for toxic foods.