Calcium Deficiency May Be Causing Your Wrinkles
Our body knows better than us how to fix itself with the proper vitamins and nutrients. I am a strong believer in the power of curing naturally, so I dig deep when it comes to aging too. I recently discovered that a deficiency of calcium can impair our skin's health. Did you know that?
With this tidbit of information, we can consider the possibility of aging backward by simply. By adding a calcium supplement and the right foods to your diet you can support the proper production of new skin cells and aid in the prevention of wrinkles, sagging, and general skin deterioration.
It also plays a role in maintaining our skin's natural hydration. Hydrated skin means plump, healthy-looking skin. Calcium helps the body replace old skin cells with new ones. There are some amazing, unknown benefits of calcium for our skin such as the prevention of dry skin, dead skin and appearance of wrinkles
Let's start with a food list to support calcium intake.
Dairy products - Products like milk, yogurt, and cheese are rich in calcium and also tend to be the best-absorbed sources of it.
Dark Green, Leafy Vegetables - Cooked kale, spinach, and collard greens are all good calcium sources. Collard greens have the highest amount: a half-cup provides 164 mg of calcium.
Figs - Five dried or fresh figs provide your body with 68 mg of calcium. Papayas and oranges are two other fruits high in calcium.
Flour Tortillas - Carb lovers: one 10-inch flour tortilla provides you with 90 mg of calcium.