We all want to have naturally clear, glowing skin. Perhaps because skin is the largest, and most visible, body organ, beautiful skin is one of the core foundations of our cultural perception of beauty. Great skin is an indicator of great health. Perhaps that is why there are so many products designed to enhance skin.
Physical beauty doesn’t start at the surface, however. The skin has two layers: the dermis and the epidermis. The epidermis is the outermost layer of
The nutrients that skin cells require are molecules that come from foods. What you eat directly correlates to the materials that your body has on hand to create and repair itself. To impact skin at the source, therefore, a nutrient-rich diet is necessary.
So, the first step to natural beauty . . . is to eat well.
Good nutrition doesn’t just affect the skin. It makes your nails and hair strong and shiny, gives a luster to your eyes, and can also improve your body odor (think about how you smelled the last time you ate too much garlic or had too much to drink)!
When the body receives quality nutrients in a sufficient amount, you can think more clearly, work more effectively, handle stress properly, more easily fight off disease, and better enjoy your life. Not only are all these attractive qualities, but they will improve your quality of life to an astounding degree—good nutrition will make you look better, and feel better, too.