Glowing Skin and Paleo

Get Glowing…The Paleo Way

by Living Paleo



Many of us are constantly looking for the newest trend in skin crèmes and gels to make our skin appear more youthful, or blemish-free, but in actuality the means to getting great skin lies in your diet. The paleo diet is inherently great for your skin, because it’s rich in protein that helps your skin appear more elastic and age more gracefully. The paleo diet also includes nutrient and vitamin-filled fruits and vegetables that give you the glow that can only come from a healthy, wholesome diet. It’s also been shown that foods that are big paleo no-nos, in the dairy and grain families, can often be detrimental to the health, clarity and youthful appearance of your skin.

The following are five foods that are not only great for your skin and overall appearance, but are also paleo-friendly. Ditch the crèmes and start eating your way to more gorgeous skin!
1.Tomatoes are great because they contain lycopene, which is potent against fighting blemishes. Tomatoes also contain a high level of antioxidants, which protect our skin from free radicals that can come from too much exposure to the sun and toxins in the environment.

2. Fish is not only delicious and packed with protein, but it’s also great for getting that glow. Fish and shellfish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids that can slow down the appearance of wrinkles on our skin. These omega-3 fats found in seafood are also known to reduce inflammation in the body that can lead to skin problems such as acne. Fatty fish such as salmon can be particularly beneficial for the health and beauty of your skin.

3. Green vegetables can make your skin appear brighter and more radiant. For both your health and your skin, the greener the vegetable the better. Spinach and other leafy greens are packed with Vitamin A, which aids your skin in disposing of old cells and creating new ones. The creation of new cells will keep your skin looking fresh and youthful.

4. Nuts, such as almonds, not only make a great, paleo-friendly snack on-the-go, but they’re also a good aid to looking your best. The high levels of vitamin E found in many nuts is a great to fight free radicals and slow the appearance of skin damage, and vitamin E is also great for moisturizing your skin, making it appear younger and more elastic. Many nuts also contain omega-3 fatty acids, like seafood, that can have positive benefits on the appearance of skin.

5. Eggs are not only an important part of many delicious paleo recipes and meals, but they’re also terrific for your skin. Eggs are full of protein and amino acids that help repair damaged skin cells. Eggs also contain high levels of biotin, which helps protect against dry skin and as a bonus, biotin is also great for the appearance of your hair.

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