Foods rich in omega-3s...
Green and yellow vegetables...
Phytoceramides - Lycopene, Ellagic Acid, and Resveratrol, among others.
Amino acids - A diet high in essential amino acids (which the body can't make on its own) helps support skin health.
Zinc and Calcium.
Vitamins - (A, C and E).
Coenzyme Q10 - (CoQ10).
Biotin - (Vitamin B7).
Curcumin - (It does occur naturally in turmeric; but maybe it’s best to find a supplement tablet for maximum results).
Of course enough of sleep, exercise, and rational sunscreen still count, no matter what you eat. Notice as you age, the most important proteins in your skin, collagen and elastin begin to break down.
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A disclaimer: IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU DISCUSS ALL INFORMATION REGARDING WITH HERBS WITH YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST BEFORE ANY USAGE!
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