Make sure that you get enough Vitamin-A in your diet. The fat-soluble vitamin aids skin repair. Deficiencies can cause dry, cracked, flaky, infected skin. Foods high in Vitamin-A include spinach, carrots, liver and apricots. Try to avoid artificial Vitamin-A supplements. Taking excessive amounts of the vitamin can have harmful effects. You can improve your nutrition by removing milled grains from your diet as much as possible. When these grains and flours are milled, the husk of the grain is removed, and many of the nutrients, vitamins and fiber are lost. Instead of buying a fiber supplement,
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