Been struggling with your skin lately? Try incorporating some of these foods in to your diet to see if you notice any improvements. It’s cheaper than spending big at the dermatologist, and they’re all delicious!
Yoghurt: The protein you get from eating dairy helps skin become firmer, so it’s more resistant to lines, Dr. Wu says. Greek yogurt is especially beneficial
Pomegranates: They’re packed with polyphenol antioxidants. Polyphenols fight free radicals and regulate skin’s blood flow, giving it rosiness
Walnuts: Walnuts contain omega-3 essential fatty acids, which can improve skin’s elasticity,” Dr. Bank says. The nuts are also loaded with copper, a mineral that boosts collagen production. Snack on a handful of walnuts each day to improve your complexion’s texture
Peppers: Women who eat green and yellow vegetables regularly tend to have fewer wrinkles, especially around the eyes.
Sunflower seeds: Loaded with vitamin E, sunflower seeds keep your skin supple by protecting its top layers from the sun. Eat a handful daily. A high essential-fatty-acid content makes sunflower seed oil a treat for parched body parts, such as lips and heels, when topically applied
Kidney Beans: They’re high in zinc, and studies indicate a correlation between blemishes and low zinc levels.
Green Tea: It’s very high in antioxidants, particularly one named EGCG, which is proved to reduce redness.