The beauty has to start on the inside and by this we mean to their relationship with eating well. Balanced diet and lifestyle will be great allies to make it look healthy. In addition to water, vitamins (such as the A, B, C and E) should not miss in our food and the same can be said of minerals such as selenium, zinc, and iron. The skin is constantly renewed, we moved our skin every 28 days. That permanent renewal requires a continued nutrient contribution, its deficit in the diet causes alterations in their appearance.

The following provide some foods that are recommended to look good: 1. the water, essential to keep hydrated cells and at the same time keep them desintoxicadas. They are needed around 8 glasses of water a day, apart from the ingestion of water-rich foods such as fruits. 2. It is important to also supply nutrients that are found in fatty foods, which are essential for maintaining a well structured and smooth skin as the: monounsaturated fatty acids: in oil olive and avocado. Polyunsaturated fatty acids: in oil seeds, oleaginous dried fruit and fish. Vitamin E: vegetable oils and fruit dry, wheat germ, maize, Yucca extract, evening primrose oil, cereals integrals and some leafy green vegetables like spinach, asparagus and walnuts, Pecans, almonds, seeds and olives.

Vitamin is another ally in terms of beauty of skin. Help with humidifying and cell regeneration. It has antioxidant, neutralizes the harmful action of free radicals, which are one of the causes of ageing spots and helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases and cancer. 3. Fruits and vegetables: pro-vitamin A, we consume it as beta-carotene, it is an antioxidant, present in green leafy vegetables and vegetables and fruits of red, yellow and orange as the carrot, pumpkin, apricots, cherries, melon, peach and nectarines. Vitamin A present in liver, fat dairy, egg yolk. It is essential in the renewal of the skin and mucous membranes. Lycopene which is an antioxidant pigment gives the color tomato and is also present in apples, apricots, watermelon and papaya pulp. Vitamin C: powerful action antioxidant and related with the production of collagen. Abounds in: peppers, kiwi, citrus, melon, strawberries, berries, tropical fruits, cabbage and tomato. 4 Vegetables and foods of animal origin are both proteins, vitamins and minerals necessary for the beauty of the skin. B-complex vitamins are involved in the processes of cell renewal. In foods of plant origin: vegetables, fresh fruits, dried fruits, cereals, legumes, yeast of beer and animal origin: meat and organ meats, fish and seafood, eggs, and dairy. The protein is basic constituent of skin, proteins is found with the proper intake of meats, fish, eggs and dairy products, from vegetables, grains and nuts. Are fundamental for the renovation and good appearance of our skin. Selenium: is a mineral with antioxidant action, it is associated with vitamin E. Found in meat, liver, fish, dairy and cereals integrals. Zinc: it is an antioxidant micro-elemento, which improves the renewal of skin cells, in addition to toning them. Part of our epidermis and is present in the following foods: meats, organ meats, fish, eggs, whole grains, banana and legumes. Sulphur: a mineral essential in the synthesis of keratin and also exerts an anti-seborreica action. Abounds in: eggs, milk and derivatives, whole grains, Brewer’s yeast.