Eat Your Way To A Gorgeous Complexion

Eat Your Way To A Gorgeous Complexion

Today's beauty products mainly focus on nourishing skin from the inside out. However, there are ways you can reduce wrinkles, fight acne and improve your skin's overall appearance with your diet! These foods deliver an array of nutrients that will help you achieve youthful and glowing skin for a fraction of the price of store bought cleansers, creams and serums.

1. There's a reason why oranges are often used in beauty products. They are  packed with antioxidants that the fight free radicals which cause skin to age. The Vitamin C in oranges aids in the creation of collagen which helps skin to maintain its firm appearance.

2. Olive oil reduces inflammation in skin and when applied topically can help with such skin conditions as eczema. It also protects skin from free radicals that speed up the aging process. A recent study by the American Journal of Nutrition confirmed that olive oil may actually help you lose weight because it makes you feel full. What a bonus!

3. Pomegranates protect the outer layer of skin and also help with skin cell regeneration, tissue repair and wound healing.  It has also been found to reduce hyperpigmentation and age spots. Pomegranates are also free radical fighters that contain compounds which prevents wrinkles.

4. The nutrients found in blueberries have been found to normalize oil levels in skin and reduce acne. The antioxidant cocktail in this fruit makes skin irresistibly soft!

You may want to spend a little more time in the produce section of your local grocery store and pick up some of these amazing fruits! They will keep your skin looking youthful and refreshed from the inside out!

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  1. Very informative,didn't know you could apply olive oil to the skin!! Some many uses!

  2. Love all these suggestions. I'm making alot of changes to rid inflammation in my body! Drinking ginger tea, eating berries and cutting out sweets & fried foods. It works wonders.

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