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03/12/2012 10:19 AM ID: 91654 Permalink   

Fruits and Vegetables Improve Skin More Than Expensive Creams

 

Want to get beautiful skin? You probably don´t need expensive skin creams for that but only natural produce like carrots and tomatoes, researchers at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland find.

Eating just three servings of fruits and vegetables daily improves your skin appearance. Researcher Ross D. Whitehead says it "enhanced health and attractiveness of the skin".

35 Caucasian and East Asian college students were asked to describe how often they ate certain foods over a six-week period. Beta carotine (in carrots) gave their skin an orange tint and those who ate tomatoes got a healthy reddish skin color.

 
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  Dont tell...  
 
Dont tell big pharmaceutical or cosmetic companies. They will petition the government to ban fruits and vegetables as being unhealthy.
 
  by: rattler5150   03/12/2012 06:41 PM     
  Funny you should say that  
 
We are supposed to be eating 5 portions of fruit and veg a day, but now we´re being told it contains too much sugar.
 
  by: aylith   03/14/2012 12:00 AM     
  Replace fruits with more vegetables  
 
= less sugar
 
  by: Kaleid   03/14/2012 12:47 AM     
   
 
Eat more fiber than carbohydrates. Your blood sugar will thank you.

[ edited by lurker ]
 
  by: lurker     03/14/2012 03:07 AM     
 
 
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