12 Best Foods For Healthy Skin

We all want beautiful, glowing skin, especially as we get a little older. But to get that glow, you need to eat foods that boost your skin’s health. Seriously, you need to eat better foods.

An unhealthy diet not only messes with your insides, it also messes with your skin. In today’s video, we’ll be talking about 12 foods you should eat for healthy skin. What makes fatty fish so good for you? Are avocados good for your skin? What about walnuts and sunflower seeds?
Should you eat bell peppers and sweet potatoes?

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1. Intro – 0:00
2. Fatty fish – 00:30
3. Avocados – 01:21
4. Walnuts – 01:49
5. Sunflower seeds – 02:10
6. Sweet potatoes – 02:39
7. Red/Yellow bell peppers – 03:10
8. Broccoli – 03:54
9. Tomatoes – 04:34
10. Soy – 04:56
11. Dark chocolate – 05:28
12. Green tea – 05:56
13. Red grapes – 06:28


1. Fatty fish
Fatty fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help maintain healthy skin. If you don’t have enough omega-3 fatty acids in your body, you’ll end up with dry skin.

2. Avocados
Avocados are a super food with many nutritional benefits. One advantage of healthy fats in avocados is they help maintain your skin.

3. Walnuts
Another rich source of omega-3 fatty acids! Since your body cannot produce these essential acids on its own, walnuts should be a part of your diet if you want healthy skin.

4. Sunflower seeds
Along with nuts, sunflower seeds are a great source for nutrients to improve your skin. Even a small amount every day gives you the vitamins and protein your body needs.

5. Sweet potatoes
Sweet potatoes are a rich source of beta carotene, which can act as provitamin A. This means your body can convert it into vitamin A. Even 100 grams of sweet potatoes can give as much as six times the vitamin A your body needs on a daily basis.

6. Red/Yellow bell peppers
Bell peppers are yet another great source for beta carotene. Just one cup of bell peppers, weighing around 150 grams, gives your body as much as 156% of the vitamin A it needs every day.

7. Broccoli
Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable, which comes packed with several important nutrients. It has lutein, which fights oxidative damage, similar to beta carotene.

8. Tomatoes
Tomatoes have all the important carotenoids your body needs, including lycopene. Similar to beta carotene and lutein, lycopene guards your skin against the sun’s harmful rays.

9. Soy
Soy has a plant compound called isoflavone, which has many benefits, especially on your skin. A study among middle-aged women showed taking isoflavones in soy for about 8-12 weeks reduced wrinkles and improved the skin’s elasticity.

10. Dark chocolate
Believe it or not, dark chocolate can actually help your skin. This is because of the antioxidant-rich cocoa.

11. Green tea
Green tea is great for your health. But is it as good for your skin? Turns out, yes! There are powerful compounds in your skin that work to improve it. Green tea has antioxidants to protect your skin against damage.

12. Red grapes
Red grapes aren’t just for great wines! They’re great for your skin as well. They’re rich in resveratrol. This compound has excellent anti-aging effects. It does so by fighting off free radicals that speed up the aging process. Maybe eat a fruit salad with generous amounts of red grapes, avocados, walnuts, and sunflower seeds!

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