The skin is the outer most covering of human. It is the largest organ in our body. It helps to separate the internal organs from the environment. It also plays a major role in regulating the body temperature. Skin helps to separate the inner body parts from the outer environment.
Skin health concerns with incorporating effect strategies to protect the skin. Skin health takes in to account about dry skin, sun burns, Skin laxity and wrinkles, wound healing ability of skin, effect of aging on skin etc. The primary fuel for skin cells is glucose; glucose oxidation rates in skin are similar to those observed in resting skeletal muscle. Glucose also provides carbohydrate backbones for modification of proteins (glycoproteins) and lipids (glycoplipids) that comprise the extracellular environment of the epidermis. Omega-3 fatty acids help keep the top outer layer of the skin strong and intact so that external toxins and pollutants are kept out.
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