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Food For Healthy Skin



Want softer, glowy and wrinkle-free skin? Each of the foods mentioned in this article has proven abilities to provide you with healthy skin.


Blueberries are naturally anti-inflammatory, packed with Vitamin A, C, E and offer some fantastic benefits for your skin. Eating this yummy fruit will protect the skin from the sunlight and extend the life of the skin cells.


Want softer and glowy skin? Have a grapefruit for breakfast! This fiber-rich fruit contains lycopene and Vitamin C, which builds collagen, protects the skin from the sun and fights wrinkles.


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Beta carotene (an antioxidant that is converted to vitamin A inside the body) is highly present in carrots, which absorbs the harmful sun rays. Eating carrots help repair skin tissues and give your skin the healthy glow you long for.


Want to detox your skin? Start eating more Kale. The massive amounts of Vitamin C found in Kale play a considerable part in anti-aging. Kale is also full of Vitamin K which helps to reduce dark circles under your eyes and tightens your skin.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin seeds are full of valuable nutrients and a great way to tighten up your skin. They have tons of antioxidants, Omega-3 fatty acids that build collagen, keeping the skin firm.


Chocolate is a superfood! In its purest form, cocoa is full of antioxidants known as flavonoids. Flavonoids fight the aging of the skin, sun damage and improve blood flow.


Salmon is chacked full of omega-3 fats, which will form and maintain healthy skin cells. Salmon will help your skin retain water, thus keeping it hydrated.


Scared of getting wrinkles? Simply eat more papaya! This fruit has TONS of antioxidants, papain enzyme which will prevent your skin from pesky wrinkles, remove dead skin cells and inactive proteins.

Coconut Water

Coconut water is extremely hydrating, not only for the body but for the skin too. Drinking coconut water hydrates and plumps up your skin.


Raspberries aren’t only delicious and full of nutrients, but they help repair and refresh damaged skin cells and remove wrinkles.



The skin of a cucumber contains tons of Silica. Silica helps maintain a clear complexion, and getting shiny hair!


Flax is a treasure trove for Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a plant-based omega-3 fat that is a critical component of the lubricant layer that keeps skin moist and supple. Low intake of ALA can lead to dermatitis.

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