Originally Answered: When I eat healthy following the Food Pyramid Guide will this have improvement of having healthy flawless skin
The pyramid gives too little emphasis to nuts, beans, and healthy oils, which have positive health effects.
At best, the USDA Pyramid offers indecisive, scientifically unfounded advice on an absolutely vital topic--what to eat. At worst, the misinformation it offers contributes to overweight, poor health, and unnecessary early deaths.
It's also known globally. The USA Rice Federation distributes the food pyramid, for example, through its promotion of U.S. rice in Mexico.
To be in control of the market, the interested agro-businesses bought their way into favorable positions on the food pyramid, the FDA, and the USDA. With the low fat myth well established in the cultural mind.
The very first ingredient the skin requires is water. Since it is the largest organ in the body, it is also the biggest reserve of water should the body become dehydrated.
Choose beneficial oils
For the sake of our body in general and our skin in particular the best fats to consume are the polyunsaturated fats of the Omega 3 series, found in oily fish and in cold pressed, untreated oils such as linseed (also known as flaxseed). If you like fish, have fatty fish such as tuna, sardines, salmon, herring and mackerel 3-4 times a week. hemp, walnut and pumpkin seed. Use olive oil or coconut oil for cooking.
Eat moisturising foods
Raw fruit and vegetables are the leaders of this category with fresh, lightly cooked vegetables coming shortly behind.
Eat foods rich in anti-oxidants
ACE vitamins (literally, vitamins A,C and E). These vitamins are known as anti-oxidants and are able to protect your body – and your skin – from the negative effects of free radicals. The ACE vitamins can be found in all fresh fruit and vegetables, in nuts, seeds, sprouts, some cold-pressed oils and fatty fish .
If your diet is healthy and hydrating and you are drinking plenty of water, consider supplementing with some natural skin aides. Linseed oil must be the first on the list of skin supplements. Vitamin E, a natural oxidant, is another good supplement to consider, especially in combination with the oil.
All the best,