Vitamin A For Skin Talk And Healthy Cartoon Characters
Reading can actually be very relaxing. So, tonight after a long Summer day which had no excitement at all, it happened to remember about a book I had bought few years ago titled “Health and natural beauty secrets.”
To tell you the truth, I am not so fond of all these” promising the moon and the sky titles” that insinuate how little we common people know of how to achieve good health and beauty.
Still, there must be some good books with these titles, too so that urged me to have a look at it and see if I could find anything interesting or new.
Now, I am in the chapter with vitamins and specifically vitamin A, reading few things about this vitamin related to skin health which I have already known but they give me a good reason now to share with you.
For example, did you know that vitamin A can give radiance to the skin and prevent from age spots and wrinkles which appear due to dry skin?
There are a lot of natural sources of this vitamin and here I will give you some which I found after personal research and some others that I anyway knew.
So, let me give you an idea bout delicious foods which you can integrate in your daily diet and take advantage of their benefits to skin.
Carrots. I always loved Bugs Bunny and the delightful half vain look he had facing the cam and chewing his favorite carrots. After all, he was the most famous bunny although Daffy Duck would have a different view on this.
Spinach. Spinach is one of my favorites which I often enjoy in salads and omelettes. Frozen organic spinach is a good option for the time of the year when you can’t find fresh spinach.
Now that I am thinking about cartoon characters wasn’t “Popeye The Sailorman” the one who was squeezing some spinach out of a can and with a wide open mouth he was swallowing it, gaining almost instant supernatural strength?
These cartoon characters had some nice healthy habits after all! And now that I think of it, his skin looked almost flawless, too.
Squash. Halloween couldn’t be missing from my vitamin A foods selection with the Squash being a rich source of this vitamin.
So, next time you make your candles, think of putting the contents of the squash aside and make a delicious pie! Yummy and skin healthy.
Peppers. My last natural food with vitamin A is peppers, sweet red, green and yellow. One of my favorite salads with this ingredient is made with long grain black rice from Canada, peas, all the above peppers cut into tiny pieces, black raisins, dill and parsley.
That’s a really delicious and super healthy salad with obvious benefits for your skin, too.
Vitamin A is found in a lot of other natural foods and it is really up to you how you are going to add them to your daily diet so that you can enjoy all of their health advantages as well as great taste.