To some degree wrinkling can be reduced by avoiding excessive sun exposure and through diet (in particular through consumption of carotenoids, tocophenols, flavonoids, vitamins (A, C, D and E), essential omega-3-fatty acids, certain proteins and lactobacilli. The Vitamin D is a major factor in terms of skin health.
What many people don’t know is that up to 42% of American adults have a low vitamin D level which will impact your skin’s rejuvenating capabilities. Almost every cell in your body has receptors for vitamin D including your skin. What is the appropriate level of Vitamin D your blood should contain? As you may have guessed this is very controversial with orthodox medicine. One study by the National Institute Of Health Report In 2010 reported that levels of 20 and 40 ng/mL are suggested.
However, in 2011, the respected Endocrine Society issued a report urging a much, much higher minimum blood level of vitamin D. At that time, their experts concluded:
“Based on all the evidence, at a minimum, we recommend vitamin D levels of 30 ng/mL, and because of the vagaries of some of the assays, to guarantee sufficiency, we recommend between 40 and 60 ng/mL for both children and adults.”