The road to a perfect skin goes through the stomach. “When the organism loses its balance, one of the first organs that feels the consequences is the skin”, says dermatology and pedagogy of the master’s studies in Aesthetic Medicine at the University of Pavia in Italy, Magda Belmontesi. A well-functioning stomach is the basis of general well-being, but also of the skin. Important are Omega 3 and 6, which according to recent studies, protect the skin from sun and tumor damage. Dermatology, in an interview for the Huffington Post, has made a list of foods that help regulate the skin’s brightness, elasticity and hydration.
Yogurt serves to keep the intestinal flora active and regulate intestinal functioning. This leads to better absorption of nutrients and avoids the appearance of pimples.
It is rich in very powerful antioxidants that act against free radicals and oxidative stress caused by stress, pollution and malnutrition. It is best drunk without sugar and warm.
They contain Omega3 and 6, fats that are essential components of the cell membrane. They also contribute to keeping the level of cholesterol in the blood low by making the membrane of heart cells and arteries elastic. All this gives the skin shine and compactness. Walnuts are rich in vitamin E, another powerful antioxidant.
But even swordfish and tuna are rich in fatty acids (Omega3 and 6) and also contain proteins that are important for the structure of the skin. Also, since they are a source of proteins, they also improve cellular metabolism.
It supplies proteins at a high nutritional level that are the basis of the skin’s structure because the skin is composed of collagen and elastin. This is exactly why red meat provides support, toning and compactness. It also supplies the body with iron and improves tissue oxygenation.