Eat these foods to make your skin look younger
Yes, you read it right, there are foods that you can add to your diet that will help you on your mission to younger looking skin. Even if you regularly consume fruit and vegetables you’re probably over-looking these super foods. Our guide will help you to get the most from every meal.
Did you know that hidden in the skin of red grapes is an impressive antioxidant called resveratrol that controls the aging process? And there’s more to gain from eating these healthy skin-saving red fruits! Grape seeds with the skin are up to 50 times more powerful than vitamin E and vitamin C!
Eat a diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables to provide you with a healthy complexion that glows. Of all the foods that help to enrich your complexion did you know that a sweet potato is jam-packed full of goodness providing more than most fruits and vegetables? And if you have troublesome skin, boil sweet potato and use the water as a natural toner. This will help to improve your texture by absorbing impurities and soothing irritation.
These pro-collagen boosters give skin its youthful appearance. Consuming tomatoes and tomato products allows skin to take in oxygen, which delays aging and wrinkling. Not only do tomatoes protect you against ultraviolet rays, they have also been said to reduce the risk of skin cancer.
Red Bell Pepper
Green bell peppers are good but its red counterpart are even better. They contain roughly 60 percent more vitamin C! Studies have found that people with diets high in vitamin C are less likely to develop wrinkles. Our advice: choose red bell peppers over green!
Made up of more than 85% water, blackberries detoxify the body and help maintain elasticity . They are rich in vitamins A, C, and K which makes them great for rejuvenating the skin. As well as eating blackberries you, crush a bunch of blackberries mixed with honey and apply to your face for a super hydrating mask.
The vitamin C in broccoli aids in collagen production, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also helps to reduce pigmentation and keeps your complexion healthy and supple.
Pumpkin seeds may not sound or look particularly exciting but believe us when we tell you that these are a skin superfood. Being very high in zinc means that they help to protect your cell membranes, maintain collagen, and promote cell renewal. Unsure about how to include them in to your diet? Eat them as a snack or sprinkling some on your cereal.