December 7, 2022


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These Foods Will Make Your Skin Glow and Look Younger

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What are the foods you can add to your daily diet for achieving glowing and younger skin? Kale, Dark chocolates are some of them.

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In a nutshell:


This leafy green has already reached nutrition superstardom, but now you can add anti-aging skin powers to its list of accolades.
Kale is brimming with lutein and zeaxanthin, two carotenoids that can boost your skin’s elasticity and hydration, as well as the fat under your skin, which acts as a "measure" of youthfulness.

Dark chocolate

Great news, chocolate lovers!
Dark chocolate offers some serious anti-aging benefits.
Cocoa beans, the main ingredient in dark chocolate, is packed with antioxidants that can reduce inflammation from UV exposure, increase circulation and help your skin retain moisture.
This is a winning formula for glowing, healthy skin.


Thankfully, eating to age gracefully doesn’t have to mean cutting out all types of sugar.
Some fruits play a major role in keeping skin looking youthful and vibrant.
Berries are packed with vitamin C, a common ingredient in anti-aging skin products, and antioxidants that fight off free radicals aging the skin.

Turns out, your spice cabinet is your next great anti-aging tool.
Certain spices, like oregano, cinnamon, and cloves, contain lipoic acid, a compound that acts as a powerful antioxidant in the body.
Lipoic acid helps stimulate antioxidant production throughout the body and removes heavy metals responsible for oxidative stress.

Bone broth
Bone broth contains plentiful collagen, and that’s why you’ll want to add it to your diet for a more youthful glow.
Although most of the research is on animals, not humans, studies show that consuming collagen may increase some types of skin collagen, and also decrease an enzyme that breaks down collagen.
Consuming collagen may also help lessen sun-induced dry skin.

Carrots and sweet potatoes have beta carotene, a natural sun protectant, and are rich in vitamin A, which restores damaged collagen.
Think of carrots as your very own wonder wands: good for the eyes and good for clearing up breakouts.
No magic here, though just plenty of beta-carotene and vitamin A, an antioxidant that prevents the overproduction of cells in the skin’s outer layer.

Sunflower oil
Safflower oil is a good source of vitamin E, a major player when you’re eating for glowing skin.
This antioxidant vitamin plays a role in skin health by decreasing collagen breakdown, helping prevent and repair damage from UV exposure, and decreasing skin inflammation.


Oranges are one of the most well-known food sources of vitamin C, and they’re one of the best fruits for glowing skin, too.
Any citrus fruits to get your vitamin C on, so if you’re more of a lemon, lime, or grapefruit person, that’s A-OK, too.
This powerful antioxidant has been shown to protect the skin from oxidative stress including UV damage to the skin, stimulates the formation of the skin barrier, improves skin hydration, and improves wound healing.


To support the skin barrier, you need to be consuming sufficient amounts of healthy fats.
If you can’t get a sufficient amount of healthy fats from foods like salmon, avocado, and nuts, instead you can have an omega-3-rich supplement such as krill oil.
Fish and fish oil are very beneficial for healthy glowing skin while reducing inflammation.

Yellow peppers
Vitamin C is important for collagen production and, along with vitamin E, is an important antioxidant that can protect against free radical damage.
It is also great for discoloration and can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Instead of grabbing an orange to get your dose, much on some vitamin C-rich yellow bell peppers.

Avocados are wonderful for adding hydration to the skin and reducing inflammation.
Instead of investing in a slew of questionable anti-aging products, head to the store and grab an avocado.


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