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Worry about your skin?

Ideally, you want to get most of your skin-healthy nutrients through your diet. However, this may not be realistic for everybody at all times. To support your skin health this winter, consider including the following supplements: - Vitamin E: This antioxidant helps stop the production of free radicals, which age the skin. - Vitamin C: This vital antioxidant helps our skin with collagen production. - Collagen: As the body’s most abundant protein, supplementing collagen can help the skin’s regeneration process. - Vitamin D: Studies have found that vitamin D is protective against the skin-damaging effects of free radicals, and it also reduces inflammation. - Probiotics: May help mitigate numerous inflammatory conditions, such as acne, rosacea, eczema, and premature aging from UV damage. - Omega-3 Fatty Acids: These are found in fish oil, supplements which have been found to help against inflammatory and autoimmune conditions affecting your skin, such as psoriasis. We/I always recommend working with a qualified practitioner when introducing new supplements to your routine. This ensures your find the proper products and dosing for you! #skincare #skinhealth #skin #VitaminC #vitamins #supplements #fishoil #collagen #probiotics #supplements #vitaminE #probioticskincare #probioticsupplements #vitaminD #freeradicals #newyork #newjersey #newyorkfunctionalmedicine #newjerseyfunctionalmedicine

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