Top 10 Foods For Healthy Skin

Here are some of top foods you can eat to provide your skin with the best vitamins, minerals and healthy oils to keep your skin healthy, supple, clear and young looking…

1. Avocados

This fruit is chock full of B-complex vitamins and essential minerals that help your skin glow. They contain high amounts of Vitamin B3 aka Niacin, an anti-inflammatory that helps soothe red, blotchy, and irritated skin.

2. Carrots and Red Bell Peppers

Both contain high amounts of vitamin C, a vitamin that fights free radicals that cause cell damage and produces collagen that keeps the skin firm and toned.

3. Flax/Flax-seed Oil

Because of it’s high alpha-linolenic acid (a omega3 fat that comes from plants) content, Flax is able to help keep the skin supple and fresh looking by helping the natural lubricating layer on the skin of your face. If you have had issues with dermatitis, that could be due to a low intake of alpha-linolenic acid.

4. Salmon

Salmon contains fatty acids like omega3 that can keep your skin appearing young and supple. Other fatty fish like mackerel will also do the trick.

5. Almonds

These are good for your face because one serving has 150% of your daily intake of Vitamin E.

6. Cottage Cheese

Cottage Cheese contains selenium, which is an essential mineral that, when teamed with vitamin E, helps fight free radicals and the aging process.

7. Mango

With over 80% of your daily required intake of Vitamin A, mangoes are great for your face. Vitamin A has been known to fights skin flakes, dry skin, and free radical damage.

8 Poultry/Lean Meats

Did you know that you are more likely to get wrinkles if you are not getting enough protein? If you want your skin to stay young as long as possible, you need to be sure you are getting enough protein on a daily basis. Try to stay away from fatty meats like beef or pork, and focus on chicken, and turkey. If you do get beef or pork, get the lean cuts.

9. Leafy Greens

One of the best ways to get healthy, radiant skin is to make leafy greens like kale, spinach, spring mix, baby lettuce, and other leafy greens a regular part of your diet. They contain high concentrations of essential vitamins, as well as beneficial fiber.

10. Blueberries

Blueberries contain a high amount of vitamin C, and they also have antioxidants that fight free radicals.

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