March 02, 2015
One of the first things you notice about happy, healthy people is the glow they all seem to have. That inner light they radiate has a lot to do with how their skin looks and feels. You can get that healthy glow by nourishing your skin from the inside out. After all, your skin is the one part of your wardrobe that is with you every day, all year round. So give your skin the attention it deserves by giving it the nutrition and hydration it needs. With a little attention to your inner health, you can get that glow that will not only make you feel good, but will also make other people take notice of how great you look.
Start With Hydration
One of the most important things you can do for your skin is to stay hydrated throughout the day. It is easy to get busy, grab a soda or some sugar-filled energy drink from the vending machine, but the beverage that is most effective at keeping you hydrated and making your skin happy is pure water. Your skin is the largest organ you have. It breathes, it moves with you and it protects you. Without enough water your skin can lose its ability to snap back, making you look older. While everyone is unique, a good guide to follow is six to eight glasses – eight ounces in size – every day.
Staying hydrated with the right fluids is essential. Alcohol can dehydrate you, causing your skin to lose moisture and flexibility. Healthy, beautiful skin comes from maintaining that moisture level, which keeps it healthy and vibrant. Switching out coffee and soda with green tea, which contains polyphenols, gives your body a boost as it contains anti-inflammatory properties that help protect your skin.
Healthy Skin Comes From A Healthy Body
Your inner digestive health is vitally important to maintaining healthy skin. Avoiding simple carbs, like refined sugars, can greatly improve your skin’s health and the way you look. Importantly, introducing probiotics into your diet can play a large part in your inner health, as well as the way you look. Maintaining a healthy gut bacteria balance enables your body to more efficiently extract vital nutrients and synthesize essential vitamins from food, as well as move toxins out of the body. By giving your body the beneficial bacteria it needs to optimally process food, you will get the most from the nutrients you take in, which translates into a healthy look and feel. You will have more energy and feel happier, and that will show in your appearance.
Happy People Look Healthier
Keeping your body in good working order, not only improves the inner messages your body gives and receives based on hormones and other body chemistry, but it gives your mood a positive boost as well. Starting at your core, probiotics can improve your overall health and appearance. By implementing a plan that integrates probiotics into your diet, you can help all your cells function optimally together.
When you think about health and beauty begin on the inside, improve what you eat and the way your body’s systems work together, your beauty will shine from the inside out.
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What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting or chronic disorder that causes muscle pain and an overall feeling of tiredness. People with this condition experience pain and tenderness throughout many parts of their body. It is often associated with other chronic conditions such as Chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and more. Anyone can get this but it does occur more frequently in women and often starts in middle age.