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Is Eating Fish Skin Healthy
YES: Yes- same nutitional value.Get a more detailed answer ›
Agree: I would add, though, that the best sources of vitamin c are not pills, but many fruits and colorful vegetables. Taken as part of your food they are absorbed and utilized better by the body. A person eating a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables is unlikely to need many vitamin supplements (except d), and is also likely to have healthy skin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
CARROT JUICE: Carrot Juice is very high in Vit A. Always try to juice fresh using entire carrot I Recommend the Ninja and Bullet blenders ...Read more
Good program of care: Cosmetics are for masking, not for skin health. Good quality cleansers, moisturizers, and faithful use is most value. We recommend use of a single product group of high quality to avoid conflicts of preservatives or chemicals. Daily cleansing, moisturizing and sun block protection is recommended. Use of image, nutragena, obaji, or jan marini products are usually well tolerated. ...Read more
Many good ones:
There are many supplements for acne. Vitamin a, c, e, d, zinc, selenium ; chromium ; fish oil can help. Minimize fried foods, dairy ; sweets.
An interesting website that discusses home remedies is http://www. Earthclinic. Com/cures/acne. Html
here people discuss what has and has not worked for them. Apple cider vinegar ; hydrogen peroxide are the 2 most popular ones listed. A healthy is essential. ...Read more
Laser: Skin spots usually respond well to lasers depending on what type and your skin type. ...Read more
I have an unhealthy, dark skin & spots on my skins. What should I do for smooth white & healthy skin??
Dark spots: Before you consider any thing, have your unhealthy spots looked by a dermatolohist ...Read more
I have clear healthy skin but I woke up w/tiny red dots all over my face. The only difference in my usual routine was a different bod soap.
Hard to guess: Derm answers start with timing &appearance of the rash. Tiny red dots appearing suddenly on face of 22yo healthy girl: yes, acne flare; cycle? But maybe bites? Viral rash? Does it itch? Contact allergy from product or irritant rash from soap usually more spread out. Concierge consult? ...Read more
A healthy body:
The skin is derived from the same structures as the nervous system. Keeping a healthy mind and body goes a long way to having good skin.
Daily exercise, healthful eating: of fruits, veggies, low sugar foods, little carbonated soft drinks, not eating fried foods and taking vitamins are helpful. Likewise, skin care with sun-block and proper lotions assist. ...Read more
Quercetin: Flavonoids, such as quercetin, are antioxidants -- they scavenge damaging particles in the body known as free radicals, which damage cell membranes, tamper with dna, and even cause cell death. Antioxidants can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause. ...Read more