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Skin and food

Skin and food

No matter how dedicated you are to your daily skincare routine clear healthy, radiant skin actually begins within fact there are some foods that are especially good for your skin.


When it comes to skin health I like to focus on specific nutrients, that help to protect heal and moisturize, Majorie Cohn, RDN and founder of MNC in nutrition told “this happens only on a cellular level, therefore it is important to choose high-quality foods such as organic fresh and local if possible, that contains these essential nutrients from staying hydrated and minimizing fine lines to banishing pesky adult breakouts. The secret to younger-looking skin is just me be sitting in your fridge.

Some of the foods are here:-

Red pepper

The red paper is Vitamin C powerhouse, a registered dietician at Boston University and a host of wellness podcasts are vitamin c is needed to make collagen. The most abundant protein in your body which provide structure to your skin, she adds it also acts as an antioxidant to fight free radicals, which not only damages collagen but also elastin which gives your skin elasticity


Brussels sprouts

Your mom I was onto something when she told you to finish your Brussels sprouts. This veggie is high in antioxidant and you guessed it vitamin c


Citrus fruit

Get radiant glow, thanks to vitamin c content in citrus fruit like lemons, oranges, and grapes fruit, citrus is the most obvious food to get a lot of vitamin c form, Cohn says published research supports vitamin c is a role in skin health and appearance reporting those that consume high amounts have fewer wrinkles



Low in calories but high in nutritional value just one cup of blueberry provides a quarter of your daily vitamin c intake, not to mention these little berries are full of antioxidants that compact cell damage and fight against free radicals that may harm you and your skin. Eat them fresh or frozen or blended in your favorite smoothie.


Sweet potatoes

This brightly colored carb has a high level of antioxidants beta-carotene and magnesium, which can act as an anti-inflammatory agent but don’t just eat the inside. The skin of the sweet potato is full of nutrients like fiber to aid in gut health and lead to a blemish-free complexion


Cottage cheese

Low-fat dairy products like cottage cheese provide nutrients and vitamin D calcium and vitamin a encourages the production of healthy skin cells and gives skin a firm radiant appearance while probiotics maintain healthy gut microfiber which can improve digestion and lead to clearer skin.



This powerhouse fruit is a good source of vitamin A, C, and B6 which is said to reduce oil on the skin, you will likely find mango pulp extracts and butter in natural skincare product as they are known to help smooth and revitalize the skin



Steam soybeans are full of linoleic acid, the most abundant fatty acid in the skin. Blake reports that in a study of over 4000 women those with a diet rich in linoleic acid have less skin thinning which magnifies wrinkles, she recommends cupping these foods with vitamin C-rich required peppers for a veggie side that extra good for your glow.


Brazil nuts

Brazil nuts are an excellent source of selenium which protects skin from sun damage and preserves skin elasticity. It does this by stabilizing free radicals that contribute to oxidative stress which reduces cellular inflammation; chol says they are so nutrient-packed just a few nuts a day will do the trick.


Brown rice

Opting for brown instead of white rice in that Chipotle bowl will actually do your skin some good. This is another food that is rich in selenium and as a complex carbohydrate, it can also help regulate blood sugar levels, preventing premature aging.

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