Our diets can have a significant impact on our skin's overall health and appearance. Eating antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables and heart-healthy fats from fish, seeds, and nuts can keep skin soft, smooth, and radiant.
Keep your skin looking healthy and youthfully luminous with green tea; it contains catechins (molecules that help the outermost layer of skin regenerate itself). You can increase the benefit by sipping on (or baking with) matcha. Matcha is made by grinding whole green tea leaves, which means you’ll ingest all the benefits the tea leaves have to offer, not just those that are infused into your cup of hot water. Click here for our best green tea recipes.
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 glowing. Click here for our best salmon recipes.
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.