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 Food for Beautiful Skin

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 We've all heard that a diet high in sugar is bad for the body, but it turns out that slathering a substance that's 98  percent sugar on your face is just fine.

 Honey is a natural humectant, which means that it both attracts moisture and helps lock it in. It's exactly what  parched skin craves, so if you're suffering from itchy, flaky skin, add some honey to your bath.


 But honey's skin benefits aren't limited to its moisturizing properties. Honey is also a potent antibacterial agent.
 Its high sugar content combined with its acidity makes it a poor environment for bacteria to flourish [source: White  and Doner]. Diluted honey generates hydrogen peroxide, which no doubt a school nurse has dabbed on one of your  scrapes to disinfect it. Before World War II, honey was often used in wound dressings to stave off infection. It's growing in popularity again as studies have shown that it might be an effective weapon against strains of bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics, like MRSA. An added benefit is that it seems to make wounds smell better, no small matter when it comes to festering ulcers.

Because of its antibacterial qualities, many people think honey might also be beneficial for acne. But know that not all honeys are created equal -- where it comes from and how it's processed affect its antibacterial properties [source: Molan].

   
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