Diet for Beauty (Contd.)
Calcium and Phosphorus
Calcium and Phosphorus work together for healthy teeth, hair, nails and bones. Calcium helps clear blemished skin and revitalizes lifeless, tired-looking skin. A deficiency of calcium in the diet can lead to tooth decay and recession of gums.
Chief Dietary Sources of Calcium
Promotes healthy teeth and gums.
Dietary Sources of Phosphorus
Chromium improves circulation for healthy skin and hair.
Natural Sources of Chromium
Copper is important for the production of skin pigment and for the prevention of blotches under the skin from ruptured blood vessels. It also cooperates with other nutrients to pre serve the integrity of the elastic-like fibers supporting the skin.
Natural Sources of Copper
Iodine promotes healthy hair, nails, skin, and teeth.
Natural Sources of Iodine
Iron is essential for healthy nails, skin color, and hair growth.
Natural Sources of Iron
Magnesium is required to prevent skin disorders.
Manganese helps to maintain healthy hair.
Natural Sources of Manganese
Helps maintain healthy skin and prevent puffiness.
Natural Sources of Potassium
Maintains skin elasticity. It helps prevent and correct dandruff.
Natural Sources of Selenium
Helps maintain healthy hair, nails, and skin. It also prevents dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis.
Natural Sources of Sulfur
Zinc aids in the formation of collagen. It helps prevent wrinkles, dry skin and stretch marks, and promotes blemish healing. Zinc prevents hair loss, and brittle or spotted nails. Without enough zinc a deficiency of Vitamin A can occur even though the intake of that vitamin appears adequate.
Natural Sources of Zinc
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