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Amazing Superfoods for Beautiful Skin

Whoever said that beauty comes from within was spot on. Scientific lotions and potions may be great, but superfoods can give you the glowing, beautiful skin you have always wanted. The best part is that it is all natural. You don’t have to worry that the cream that will tighten your arms will dry out your face, or that the serum you use for wrinkles by your eyes will cause a breakout on your cheeks. Start incorporating these superfoods into your diet, and watch the lines disappear and your complexion glow.



Everyone knows that egg whites are high in protein, but it is a lesser known fact that they also produce collagen, the connective tissue makes skin look smooth and soft. The immunity boosters and zinc in the egg whites helps to keep skin young, vital, and firm. If someone is deficient in zinc, there will never be enough skin care products in the world to bring back their youthful glow. An egg for breakfast in the morning, or even scrambled into a dinner casserole, will promise vast improvements.


Pomegranates are another one of those superfoods that we all know are healthy, but we aren’t quite sure why. A glass of pure pomegranate juice is loaded with antioxidants that will help to keep your body healthy and young, but do not ignore the actual fruit. The pomegranate seeds are packed with ellagic acid and punic alagin. Ellagic acid is a compound that fights the damage that occurs from free radicals that we are exposed to on a constant basis. The second is a nutrient that boosts your body’s capability to preserve its existing collagen.


Watermelon seems to have gotten a bad reputation for being just water and sugar. However, if you want that healthy, dewy complexion, eat as much of this superfood as you desire. Mixed in with that sugar and water is Vitamic C, Potassium, and Lycopene. This combination of antioxidants helps your body to regulate the balance of water and nutrients in the cells of the body. Of course, hydration is the key to vibrancy and youth for every part of the body, not just the skin.


Blueberries contain more antioxidants and fiber than another food on the market. A half a cup of blueberries per day can provide protection from all the hazards your skin may experience due to free radicals, sun exposure, stress, and even over-exercising. This does not mean you should skip out on the sunscreen when you go to the beach, but it does mean that you are drastically reducing your risk of wrinkles and loss of firm skin.


One to two cups of green tea not only prevents premature aging, but it can also reverse the effects that are already there. This fabulous brew boosts your metabolism, fights off free radicals, and prevents the appearance of brown spots and sun damage. Its secret is in the “catechins,” one of the most powerful anti-aging compounds. Green tea is an afternoon pic-me-up and an anti-aging superfood. It does not get much better than that.


Unfortunately, some of us have skin with those red patches that makeup can just not seem to cover. Who would have thought that fish was the answer to balancing out Rosacea, Psoriasis, and Eczema? Eating a 6 ounce portion of sardines, mackerel, or salmon six times a week will provide your skin with the necessary Omega-3 fatty acids that strengthen the membranes of skin cells and hydrate them in the process. Within just a couple weeks of eating the fish, you will notice a drastic difference in the appearance of your skin.


While these are the most prominent superfoods for beautiful skin, there are many other foods that help to bring back that youthful look. Throw some of these into your diet for an extra boost.

  1. Spinach
  2. Kale
  3. Broccoli
  4. Whole Grains
  5. Carrots
  6. Beans
  7. Nuts

The most important thing you can do for yourself to defy age is drink plenty of water. Coffee, tea, soda, and any other beverage may satisfy that thirst, but nothing is better for your skin than good old-fashioned water. Help yourself look and feel better by enjoying these superfoods on a daily basis and washing them down with several glasses of ice water.

Cindi Lewis writes for glossy.com a skin care and beauty products online retailer.

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