Diatomaceous Earth and Healthy Foods For Skin Health

Diatomaceous Earth & Your Colon for skin health

More and more we hear of digestive tract problems in our clients and more often than not, this will accompany other problems in the body and most notably, the skin health of a person.  How many of us suffer with dry skin or how about acne?  I find it is a lack of essential nutrients getting to this connective tissue system.  One of those missing nutrients is silica found within Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth.  Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth contains roughly 35mcgs of silica within 1 tablespoon.  Mix this into your favorite beverage of soft food just once per day.  Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth contains a negative ion so it will help to draw out positively charged toxins in the gut that interfere with proper absorption of any key vitamin and nutrient.  This is why so many report beneficial results to their skin when they ingest this product.  So, a clean colon is a healthy body through and through.  But this isn’t enough for skin health….

 

Proper Hydration for your Skin Health

Over 70% of the US population is chronically dehydrated and this is a result of beverage companies making ads directed toward quenching thirst.  When in reality, high sugar and fake beverages are dehydrating.  What results is a poor digestive system and poor looking skin health.  Our surgeon general has recommended at least 64oz of water a day and it is recommended when using Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth.  Hydrating ourselves encourages the release of toxins within the body whether taking Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth.  What hydrating your body also does is help keep that nice glowing skin, glowing and tan when you get some sun.

 

Proper Diet For your Skin Health

Fruit & Fruit Juice Recipes

Many with skin problems or others that can’t quite get a good tan are missing essential vitamins and nutrients including Vitamin A, Vitamin E, and Beta-Carotene.  When our health leaders tell us to eat proper amounts of fruits and vegetable, they are not joking.  You include more of these in your diet and you will see a change in your health.  Now it doesn’t happen overnight but making a habit of it can result in fewer trips to the doctor and a healthier mind, body, and spirit.  Some of these foods you should try to ingest more of are but not limited too…

Apples

Contains Vit A, C E, K

You can get rid of old dead dermal cells by eating an apple every day. It is also known to rejuvenate skin cells, boosting collagen production, keeping your skin nice and hydrated. Drinking a glass of fresh apple juice keeps your skin free from all sorts of inflammations, irritations and similar skin problems.

 

Mangos

Contains Vit C, A, B6

Perhaps you are surprised to know that mangos are closely related to skin care. Other than bringing a healthy glow to your face, they also help to lighten skin color. You can easily enhance your beauty by including this tasty fruit in your diet on a regular basis.

 

Tomatoes

Contains Vit C, A, K, and Iron

Tomatoes aid in maintaining healthy teeth, bones, hair, and skin. Topical application of tomato juice is even known to cure severe sunburns. Daily consumption protects the skin against UV-induced erythema. They rank high in the preparation of anti-aging products.

Peaches

Contains carotenoids and beta carotenes, lutein, zeaxanthin, Vit C, Folate

A healthy glowing skin is often the result of a healthy and balanced diet. Peaches are effective in treating skin issues both externally and internally. The high amount of vitamin C found in peaches ensures the skin is protected from oxidative stress and also prevents the loss of collagen in the skin, promoting cell regeneration. It also provides protection from ultraviolet rays. UV-B radiation can cause severe damage to skin and the antioxidants found in peaches protect the skin from sun damage. The flavonoids in peaches protect the skin from erythema.

 

Lemons

Contains vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin A, vitamin E, folate, niacin, thiamin

Drinking its juice mixed with water and honey brings a healthy glow to the skin, and if you thoroughly search the cosmetic market, you will find some soaps containing this juice, but they aren’t too easy to find!

 

Cottage Cheese

Contains A, D, K Selenium, Iron, Calcium

Selenium is a trace element found in cottage cheese. It is required in very small quantities, not more than 50 mcg to 70 mcg in adults. Selenium is useful as an antioxidant that protects cells and DNA from damage.

 

Hazelnuts

Contains Vit E, A, C, K, Folate

It’s hydrating. The high vitamin E and fatty acid content in hazelnut oil can help increase hydration in the outermost layer of the skin. By keeping skin hydrated, vitamin E also helps improve skin elasticity, making it look firm and supple

 

Carrots

Contains Vit A, C, E, D, K, Selenium, Calcium, Beta Carotene, Bioflavanoids

Crunch on carrots to keep your skin healthy and vibrant. Carrots are high in beta carotene, an antioxidant that is converted to vitamin A inside the body. It helps repair skin tissue and protects against the sun’s harsh rays.

 

Conclusion

Take diatomaceous earth to help detox your colon so you can start absorbing all the good nutrients from the foods we listed.  Hydrating properly is also going to help draw out toxins and help promote a healthy looking skin and great tan for the summer!  To find out food grade diatomaceous earth just click here and it will direct you to our products page!