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Is turkey good for your skin?

Is turkey good for skin? How diet can affect acne-prone skin

The Connection between a healthy diet and healthy skin

Whether you decided to gobble 'til you wobble today or enjoyed some fresh air with a turkey trot race, you may find yourself wondering how all this holiday feasting will impact your skin.

 

Is turkey good for your skin?

Turkey is, in fact, an excellent source of necessary nutrients for healthy skin. Turkey has a high concentration of good proteins and zinc, but that’s not all…

 

Protein

Proteins play a vital role in the production of collagen and elastin – necessary for youthful-looking skin with a good texture and tone.

Good sources of protein include lean meat (like turkey), fish, nuts, tofu, beans and lentils.

 

Fat

‘Good’ fats are an important source of energy for the body and play a role in skin health. These ‘better-for-you’ unsaturated fats help the skin produce its own natural fats, or lipids, which act as a barrier against water loss and keep skin feeling smooth and supple. They can also help reduce inflammation, an important factor for acne-prone skin.

 

Selenium

Poultry also contains selenium, an antioxidant mineral that helps protect the skin from inflammation and sun damage and preserves elastin, a protein that keeps the skin smooth and tight.

 

Zinc

Zinc is responsible for maintaining our body’s natural collagen and elastin fibers which preserve skin firmness and elasticity. Zinc offers great anti-aging skin benefits that keep us looking younger. It also speeds up skin renewal, protects cell membranes and helps controls sebaceous oil gland activity. DHT triggered overproduction of oil in the sebaceous glands is what causing the cycle of inflammation and acne formation, so combining the natural DHT-inhibiting ingredients in Clearogen with a diet rich in zinc helps ensure a clear, healthy complexion.

Lentils, certain shellfish, pumpkin seeds – and yes, turkey – are all considered good sources of zinc.

 

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

Vitamin B3 helps reduce skin inflammation and improve the skin’s ability to maintain a protective barrier. Turkey is just one of the many yummy sources of vitamin B3 that can be found while feasting this holiday season. Broccoli, kale, tuna and mushrooms also contain B3 (Niacin).

 

 

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Holiday Foods and Healthy Skin

Now, a Thanksgiving feast wouldn’t really be complete without stuffing and sides. Those fall veggies also contain skin-loving vitamins and nutrients.

 

Vitamin A

Vitamin A plays an important role in skin cell formation. Natural skin renewal is essential to maintaining a vibrant complexion. Beta carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body, is found in orange-colored foods including carrots, sweet potato, pumpkin, mangoes and butternut squash.

 

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps to prevent premature ageing and promotes smooth, supple skin. Our bodies can’t produce vitamin E, so we must get it through our diet. Many types of fruit, nuts and vegetables contain vitamin E as well as olive oil and sunflower oil.

 

Antioxidants

Antioxidants protect the skin from free radicals found in the environment. Cranberries, when not overpowered by added sweeteners, are an excellent source of antioxidants.

 

The most important thing to keep in mind, is that diet alone does not determine the health of your skin or clarity of your complexion. The hormone byproduct DHT and bacteria remain the root causes of hormonal acne. And without outside assistance, collagen and elastin production will slow with age – allowing the skin’s support matrix to degrade and sag. A healthy diet paired with high-quality dermatologist formulated skincare will improve the future of your skin whether you are fifteen or fifty.

Get started with Clearogen and Rejuve MD today!

 


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Expert Thoughts

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