5 Foods For Glowing Skin

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Cook with these foods for clear, hydrated, and luminous skin
5 Foods For Glowing Skin
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Eat your way to radiant skin with these foods.

Carrots

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Keep your skin radiant by snacking on carrots; they’re an excellent source of vitamin A, which canstrengthen your skin’s outermost layer, helping it to protect itself from blemish-causing bacteria. Click here for our best carrot recipes.

Kiwi

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A sweet treat that helps fight wrinkles? Yes, please! This delicious green fruit has more vitamin C than an orange, which means smoother and more youthful-looking skin. Click here for our best kiwi recipes.

Oysters

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These tasty little mollusks are a good source of zinc, a mineral that helps skin cells repair themselves. Since our skin is constantly working to renew itself,zinc plays an important role in keeping skin healthy and luminous. Click here for our best oyster recipes.

Salmon

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Salmon has become an incredibly popular source of protein amongst dieters and the health-conscious, and for good reason: it has numerous health benefits. Salmon is a good source of essential fatty acids and B vitamins, and that combination keeps skin healthy, hydrated, and glowingClick here for our best salmon recipes.

Spinach

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Spinach is a healthy skin powerhouse; it contains vitamins C (antioxidant protection) and omega-3 fatty acids (which help your skin stay hydrated). Other good sources of antioxidants and omega-3s include Brussels sprouts and kale. Click here for our best spinach recipes.

Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal's Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.

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