Foods to avoid for glowing and breakout-free skin
And what to consume instead
The link between skin health and nutrition has long been studied by scientists and physicians. Our outermost organ has been reported to reflect out general inner-health status, which leads to the importance of nutrition. Skin conditions like acne, dryness, eczema, psoriasis, and oily skin could be a sign of an overburdened liver. Is there a way to control that? While experts have varying opinions on numerous issues regarding the subject, there is some consensus in certain areas. The website Kettle & Fire has listed a few foods that have been linked to poor skin health, and offered some better alternatives.
Browse the gallery and check what you should and shouldn't be eating. Your skin will thank you later.
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