Glowing Skin Starts from The Inside
The skin reveals if we have a good sleep or relaxed, but that is not all.
Your skin can reflect your type of diet; that is, if it looks dull or dry, there could be a deficiency of some vitamins, as well as hydration.
Food sources of vitamin D prevent premature ageing of the skin and lower the risk of developing cancer. On the other hand, the body cannot use calcium and phosphorus without vitamin D, two minerals necessary for healthy bones, according to the organism. Moreover, vitamin D is closely related to the skin. The reason is that it is the skin where the synthesis process of vitamin D occurs. This close relationship has made research begin to see the effect of this component in treating dermatological diseases such as rosacea, psoriasis, acne, alopecia, vitiligo, or atopic dermatitis.
The sun’s rays can provide us with vitamin D; however, direct exposure to the sun is a risk factor for skin cancer, which is why it is suggested to access this vitamin through a diet.
Sources of vitamin D
- Fortified milk
- Fortified cereals
- Canned Tuna
- Cerials & Oatmeal
Importance of Vitamin D for Skin and Hair – Dr. Rasya Dixit | Doctors’ Circle
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