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Keeping Your Skin Healthy

KEEPING YOUR SKIN HEALTHY To encourage healthy skin, take steps to manage stress. the tiny blood A great way to keep your energy levels up and your metabolism revving is to eat 3-5 times a day. Don't smoke. This depletes the skin of oxygen and nutrients that are important to skin health. layers of s Your ability to naturally heal a wound after a skin trauma is influenced by several factors including: age, location of the wound, severity of the trauma, state of general health, hormones, and genetics. The Institute of Medicine determined that an FACT: Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. More than 3.5 million adequate intake (AI) varies between the sexes: skin cancers in over 2 million people are diagnosed annually. Use sunscreen! Preferably a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 that blocks UVA and 15 UVB rays. SPF Men Women Roughly 13 cups of total beverages a day. Roughly 9 cups of total beverages a day. Skin is our largest organ: An average adult carries some 8 pounds and 22 square feet of skin on their body. AGING GRACEFULLY * Consult your doctor before starting new diet or fitness program HEALTHY IN YOUR 20s Keep alcohol consumption to a minimum. Salt intake should be 1 150 minutes of Get 7-9 hours Eat beef – it's of sleep every night. perfect for muscle growth. aerobic exercise teaspoon a day. each week. HEALTHY IN YOUR 30s YOGURT Get a yearly skin check from a Eat protein rich foods for better Eating fish and taking fish oil is good for joints. Get 6-8 hours 30-60 minutes of exercise a few of sleep every night. dermatologist. metabolism. days a week. HEALTHY IN YOUR 40s Yoga improves flexibility and reduces stress. Decrease the amount of carbs in your diet. 20-30 minutes of exercise a few Working out in the AM will help you sleep better. Eat red grapes! They lower LDL cholesterol. days a week. HEALTHY IN YOUR 50s Take supple- ments (calcium and Vitamin D) Drinkalcohol in Exercise: at least Drink lots of two 15-minute walks a day. water and keep hydrated. No smoking! Keep yourself tobacco free. moderation. One drink a day. HEALTHY 60 AND OVER SODIUM FREE Add spice Be sure to get a flu shot Take supple- ments (calcium and Vitamin D) At least 30 min- utes of cardio activity a day. Add strength training 2-3 times a week. instead of salt to every winter. your food. RESOURCES BROUGHT TO YOU BY SCARFADE body/take_care/skin_tips.html plan for_30s/Every Lunch is a Business Lunch.php noking narrowe ........

Keeping Your Skin Healthy

shared by Jake_trycm on Oct 23
Keeping your skin looking its best is very important, I mean it is the first thing people see when they look at you! Taking care of your skin also contributes to quick healing and less noticeable scar...




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