Nutrition is important for health. An unhealthy diet can damage your metabolism, cause weight gain and even hurt organs, such as your heart and liver. But what you eat also impacts another organ - your skin. As scientists learn more about diet and the body, it's increasingly clear that what you eat can significantly affect the health and aging of your skin.
As it turns out, we really are what we eat. Diet has profound effects on appearance and not just at the waistline. The glowing skin and healthy hair we covet depend on what we put into our bodies. We turned to the experts for some diet tips on how to eat for healthy skin and hair. "Your skin is an outer reflection of your inner health," says Elizabeth Somer.
Coffee stimulates skin and hair follicles. For the face and body, coffee helps energize and exfoliate (coffee grounds) skin, and relieves under eye puffiness. It also can help improve the appearance of cellulite when used over time. As far as hair goes, coffee can help stimulate circulation on the scalp, encouraging healthy hair growth especially for those suffering hair losses. It also improves shine and depth of color. Read More...
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