SUGAR EFFECTS ON THE SKIN

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SUGAR EFFECTS ON SKIN – READ ON:

Eating sugar is not good for our skin and here are the hard facts:

1. Too much sugar effects the amount of sebum we produce and too much can lead to block pores and a common outcome of too much sugar in the diet is ACNE.

2. A person who eats too much sugar may suffer the effects of GLYCATION, where the sugar causes inflammation in the skin’s cells and they start to become unhealthy, lose healthy collagen, which then leads to lack of plumpness and brings on premature ageing.

3. It also means loss of ELASTICITY, which you need to keep the skin resilient and flexible. Once there is a reduction in Elasticity the skin will look older and the wrinkles become deeper.

Remember there is sugar in more foods than you could imagine…check the labels and also eat less high sugar content fruits, such as dried fruits and eat more fresh berries. Chocolate maybe good for you, however chocolate bars have a high sugar content so don’t eat too many, if at all.

YOU CAN STAY SWEET WITHOUT SUGAR! HAVE A FAB DAY! XX

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I am a fitness and beauty blogger and love trying out new products and treatments! And I am interested in all things connected to optimum wellbeing and good health, be it nutrition, skincare products or exercise!
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2 Responses to SUGAR EFFECTS ON THE SKIN

  1. mcbride4205 says:

    This was a great post and informative. As a sugar addict, this will make me change my habits as I l ove my skin and makeup more than sugar. Thanks for sharing!

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