How to cure skin disorders with proper nutrition

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How to cure skin disorders with proper nutrition

Skin plays a major role in protecting our body from all harmful chemicals and foreign substances. It is the largest organ in the body and it covers and protects our body. It also performs other activities like preventing dehydration, preventing infections by keeping harmful microbes away, helps in performing thermoregulation, Synthesize vitamin D when at sunlight. Let’s find out more how to cure skin disorders with proper nutrition.

 

Anything that inflames the skin by causing redness, swelling, rashes, allergies, irritants is known as skin disorders. It can also be autoimmune as the body itself identifies good cells as a harmful pathogen and starts to invade and end up affecting the pigments in the skin and lead to skin disorders by affecting our appearance.

The skin disorder can be due to consuming certain foods that shows allergic reaction and it can also be corrected by having proper nutrition. Thus, food plays a major role in conditioning the skin. Inflammation is our body’s natural defense mechanism inflammation can also occur within our bodies as our immune system reacts to a perceived threat, such as stress. This can lead to pimples, acne issues. Sometimes due to hormonal imbalance occurring in our body, the skin gets affected by producing acne, pimples, dark circles.

 

Does fat have anything to do with skin?

How to cure skin disorders with proper nutrition

How to cure skin disorders with proper nutrition

Yes, of course, fat also plays a greater in healthy skin conditions. people are so aware of what they eat thus they reduce the fat intake in the body. Reducing fat intake alone cannot give food skin. People tend to eliminate the unsaturated fats from the diet which are healthy fats. Including omega 3 fatty acid which is an unsaturated fat present in fish, nuts and seeds can help skin health.

Hormonal issues:

Hormones plays a greater role in the skin condition. Anyone who breaks out at their time of the month, or suffered from skin problems during puberty or just few days before their menstrual  cycle, they be well aware that hormones can affect the appearance of our skin. And diet plays a major role in balancing the hormone and promoting good skin health. The diet which are high in sugar may increase the insulin levels.

Thus, imbalance in body hormone occurs and increases the serum production and end up in severe acne production. In addition to when it comes to consuming dairy products, ‘there may be an indirect influence due to the hormones produced by cows during pregnancy,’ These may indirectly stimulate the release of sebum.

Some acne sufferers have benefited greatly from reducing their intake of milk and other dairy products. But that doesn’t mean that one has to stop the dairy and dairy products as they are packed with lot of nutrients only few people show allergic reaction towards it as they may be intolerant to the sugar or the protein present in the milk. As there tend to not secrete the digestion enzymes to digest the proteins and causes severe skin and body health issue.

Vitamin deficiencies cause skin disorder:

Vitamin deficiency can cause skin disorders. Vitamin C, Zinc, Vitamin D are the major vitamins for a good skin health. And also fruits and vegetables are packed with lot of vitamins and minerals. Having a balanced meal can help one to consume all these colorful pigmented vegetables that helps in good skin condition. Supplements like cod liver oil can help one to have a good skin as they are packed with nutrients which our body cannot prepare by itself. Thus externally it has to be injected.

Poor gut health:

 

If a person is healthy inside, he will be healthy outside. Maintaining good gut health can be various effects on the skin. Improving gut health can reduce acne, eczema. Intake of fiber can help in improving digestion. and inclusion of metabolism-speeding foods can help to improve digestion. Sometimes probiotic is also needed to have good gut health as consuming the probiotic will include a lot of good bacteria which is good for gut and helps in digestion and improves skin conditions.

Let’s find out more about how to cure skin disorders with proper nutrition.

Foods for good skin health:

Fatty fish rich in Omega-3s:

DHA is an Omega-3 fatty acid which is found in fish, which helps in improving both short and long-term memory. It contributes to the optimal brain health. A diet high in Omega 3 fatty acids can also help to boost feelings of mental health and also reduce levels of anxiety. It is found in oily fishes such as salmon, trout and prawns and also in herring, mackerel, anchovies, sardines and tuna.

Wholegrains:

Wholegrains which is a rich source of tryptophan which is an amino acid that helps to produce serotonin (The ‘feel good hormone’). Serotonin helps in calming the mind, improving your mood and also in maintaining a steady sleep cycle.

 

Walnut:

Walnut is the best snack that helps a lot in your long-term brain health. Walnuts are full of antioxidants which aid in helping to inhibit oxidation into the brain and body. They also lead to the growth of new neurons i.e. (it grows new brain cells), which is an essential aspect of maintaining good mental health and improve good healthy skins.

 

Yogurt

Yogurt has probiotics that can impact a person’s mental health, assisting in lowering levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. And consuming curd also releases good bacteria in the stomach as it thus helps in good gut health and healthy skins.

 Berries

Antioxidants which are found in strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries, assist in repairing cells, as well as assisting in combating inflammation caused by free radical damage. By reducing the damages caused by free radicals, these antioxidants also assist in improving symptoms associated with anxiety and depression. Blueberries and strawberries also contain a compound called polyphenolics, which improves memory, concentration and attention span.

Sunflower seeds:

They are rich in linolenic, oleic, palmitic acid which helps in collagen, smoothness of skin and also they are rich in Vitamin E and thus helps to have glowing skin.

Thus, a proper diet and adequate nutrients can help to maintain good health internally and externally with good skin. Maintaining good healthy include all the macro and micro nutrients can help to achieve good skin health and reduce skin disorders. Thus a nutritionist will help you to have a balanced meal and also correct other conditions like maintaining gut health, reduced sleep thus help in improving skin health and reducing skin disorders.

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