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Beautiful skin through vitamins

2016-01-04

Beauty is more than skin-deep and is achieved through more than external skin care. What we do to promote our inner health is as important as what we apply to our skin because skin renewal happens quickly, very quickly!

A balanced nutrition containing all the key essential nutrients to maintain the skin’s healthy appearance helps improve the skin’s natural exfoliating process.  And vitamins can be scarcely found in our nutrition in the winter time. A vitamin is an organic component that distinguishes itself from lipids, sugars and proteins. In our field, the most important thing to remember is that there are deficiency symptoms associated with the absence or insufficient quantity of a certain vitamin in the system.

I have created for you below, a chart of major vitamins that, to the best of my knowledge, improve skin’s properties due to their anti-oxidant properties.

Fat-soluble vitamins
Health benefits
(in general)
Skin benefits
(in general)
Found in your plate Found in
your products
A Has a positive effect on sight
Improves digestion
Helps reduce
cavities
Accelerates cell renewal in skin
and stimulates collagen synthesis
Sweet potatoes
Carrots
Egg yolk
Mango
Retinol
Carotene
Retinyl palmitate
Retinyl acetate
D Prevents heart disease and
osteoporosis
Helps prevent falls and muscle weakness
Helps reduce eczema and
psoriasis
Fights dryness
Salmon
Butter
Mushrooms
Cholecalciferol
E Soothes
Menstrual pains
Protects the body from
cell damage
Powerful anti-oxidant with
scarring and
anti-
inflammatory
properties
Almonds
Wheatgerm
Avocado
White tuna
Tocopherol
Alpha-tocopheryl acetate
K Involved in blood coagulation
and helps
maintain bone health
Helps diminish dark eye circles Parsley
Curly kale
Spinach
Soy
Cheese
Phylloquinone
Menadione
Phytonadione
Water-soluble vitamins
Health benefits
(in general)
Skin benefits
(in general)
Found in your plate Found in
your products
B1 Involved in nerve impulse transmission
and improves the health of hair
Improves skin’s resistance Wheatgerm
Brewer’s yeast
Legumins
Ham
Cauliflower
Thiamine
Aneurine
B2 Soothes migraines and
helps optimize
sports performance
Helpful in the treatment of rosacea
and reduce the appearance of acne
Popcorn Asparagus
Green beans
Almonds
Liver
Riboflavin
Lactoflavin
 B3 Lowers cholesterol and
triglyceride levels
Increases muscle tone
Recommended for vertigo
Increases ceramide and
fatty acid production
Maintains hydration
Whole grain products
Tuna
Peanuts
Niacinamide
Nicotinic acid and nicotinamide
Niacin
 B5 Essential to protein, fat and sugar
processing
Increases hair elasticity and reduces hair loss
Anti-stress
Hydrates
Improves cell renewal and healing of scars
Bran cereal
Liver
Avocado
Broccoli
Dairy products
Pantothenic acid
Panthenol
Royal jelly
B6 Regulates metabolism
Helps reduce anxiety
Help maintain
good immune system
Balances oily skin types
Soothes eczema
Turkey
Chicken
Oatmeal
Potato
Sunflower seeds
Pyridoxine
Pyridoxol
Pyridoxal
B7 Reduces levels of bad cholesterol
Prevents constipation
Improves elasticity
Hydrates
Soy
Oatmeal
Fresh nuts
Spinach
Inositol
B8
or H
Helps synthesise fatty acids
Helps reduce muscle cramps
Helps reduce
hair loss
Strengthen nails
Regulates oil production
Soothes eczema and
seborrheic dermatitis
Eggs
Salmon
Cheddar cheese
Mushrooms
Hazelnuts
Chocolate
Biotin
B9
or M
Involved in the productions of
red and white blood cells
Improves mood and reduces
behavioural issues
Recommended for pregnant women
Reduces acne
Improves firmness
Helps reduce the signs of ageing
All beans
Wheatgerm
Peas
Papaya
Spinach
Folic acid
Tetrahydrofolic acid
Folacin
B11 Improves physical
performance
Stimulates
fat combustion
Improves firmness
and elasticity
Red meat
Avocado
Milk
L-carthinin
Acetyl-L-carnitine
B12 Provides energy
Essential to all
vegetarians
Improves mood
Returns its healthy glow
Unifies skin tone
Liver
Clams
Herring
Shrimps
Cobalamin
Cyanocobalamin
Hydroxocobalamin
Méthylcobalamin
C Improves the proper fonctionning of
the immune system
Helps detoxify the liver
Prevent cataracts
Powerful anti-oxidant against
damaging external agents
(free radicals)
Stimulate collagen production
Returns its healthy glow
Citrus
Kiwi
Strawberry
Leeks
Papaya
Ascorbic acid
Sodium ascorbate
Calcium ascorbate
Ascorbyl palmitate
Ascorbyl stearate
Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate
D Prevents heart disease and
osteoporosis
Helps prevent falls and muscle weakness
Helps reduce eczema and
psoriasis
Fights dryness
Salmon
Butter
Mushrooms
Cholecalciferol
E Soothes
Menstrual pains
Protects the body from
cell damage
Powerful anti-oxidant
Scarring and anti-inflammatory
properties
Promotes the oxygenation process
Almonds
Wheatgerm
Avocado
White tuna
Tocopherol
Alpha-tocopheryl acetate
F Helps reduce
cardiovascular illness
Fights against
bad cholesterol
Helps the healing of scars
Nourishes
Reduces eczema
Tofu
Raw fish
Sunflower seeds
Cheese
Essential fatty acids
(Omega-3 and 6)
 Coomon sens

Healthy skin is a result of healthy eating habits, and healthy eating habits result in healthy skin. Enjoy eating a healthy and balanced diet. You’ll enjoy having more energy as well! It doesn’t take much to get started, simply make a few adjustments, and you’ll be on your way. Seek the advice and counsel of a health professional if you wish to supplement your diet.

References

Académie Dectro | http://www.canalvie.com/sante-beaute/nutrition/tableaux-des-nutriments | http://nana-turopathe.com/vitamines-produits-cosmetiques | http://www.musculaction.com

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