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6 superfoods for glowing skin

Using only the best in skincare products but still don’t have the glowing skin you so desperately want? The answer may lie in your diet. Much like the old adage ‘you are what you eat’, adhering to a healthy diet will have a positive effect on your epidermis. Some foods, however, offer even more skin-boosting properties, so eating them alongside having a good skincare routine can go a long way in boosting your complexion. Here are six of them:

Avocado

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Avocado isn’t just great on toast, it is also good for your skin. This creamy fruit (yes, really!) is rich in healthy fats, which are essential for keeping skin supple and moisturized. They also contain skin-loving vitamins E and C.

Fatty fish

 

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Fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel, and herring, are also high in essential fatty acids, namely omega-3, which reduces inflammation and keeps skin plump. In fact, if you have too little of it in your diet you could find your skin becomes dry.

Walnuts

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Another food that delivers high doses of fatty acids, walnuts are loaded with omega-3 and omega-6. They are particularly good for people who suffer from inflammatory conditions, such as psoriasis, as well as overall skin health.

Broccoli

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Tomatoes

 

6 foods to eat to give you glowing skin tomatoes
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Tomatoes are a staple in many diets, which is a good thing considering how good they are for our skin. They not only contain vitamin C but also carotenoids which together help to fight environmental damage and provide sun protection.

Green tea

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A cup of green tea in the mornings is an effective way to boost your metabolism. This Asian drink, however, also contains a host of powerful antioxidants that can yield glowing skin by protecting it from damage and keeping it looking more youthful. Bottoms up!

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