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Tomatoes

They are so much more than a pretty salad topping. They’re packed with vitamin C, which helps build collagen and, in turn, makes our skin look firmer and plumper. They also have lycopene, which protects our skin from UV damage and improves our vascular system.  After six weeks of eating tomatoes regularly, all that extra circulation will give a noticeable glow.

Berries and raspberries

They contain flavonoids, polyphenols, vitamins, probiotics, and tons of antioxidants. “They’re free-radical scavengers” . If we are concerned with the effect our environment — anything from pollution to elements in our water — is having on our skin, add more berries to our diet. They can even promote cell regeneration for new skin.

Green Tea

in order to keep our skin looking as young as possible for as long as possible, our cells need to regenerate correctly. (Cells that mutate can lead to everything from uneven pigmentation to cancer.) Green tea has lots of antioxidant power, as well as a chemical call EGCG. “In multiple studies it was shown to help cells grow properly and maintain a healthy life cycle.”

Yogurt and Kefir

To fight redness and irritation, is recommended introducing foods with more probiotics, like yogurt, into our diet.  Skin-friendly bacteria in these foods condition our skin both inside and out. We should look for natural, unprocessed products to get the highest concentration of living probiotics. Kefir is a cultured milk product that’s similar to yogurt, but has up to three times more probiotics than yogurt.  While medical researchers are still trying to figure out the link between gut bacteria and our skin, studies have shown that probiotics reduce inflammation and oxidative stress. Problems like acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and rosacea may all improve.

Fish

If our skin is chronically dry, we should add foods that contain healthy fats to our diet — they’ll help moisturize our skin from the inside out. “Wild salmon is phenomenal for our skin,” says certified nutritionist Suzie Carpenter. It’s high in omega-3 fatty acids, one of the best fats for us. Other omega-rich fish include sardines and Atlantic Mackerel.

Nuts

 

are another fantastic source of good fat. “It’s the omegas in the nuts that are so good for our skin,” says Carpenter. “Some nuts, like almonds, also have vitamin E.” They have anti-inflammatory properties that can help with conditions like acne, psoriasis, and eczema. While walnuts contain the most omega-3s, all nuts, including almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, and pistachios, are good for our health when eaten in moderation.

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