Eat These Ten Foods for Glowing Skin

Eat These Ten Foods for Glowing Skin
Did you know that eating certain foods can help you get healthy, glowing skin? Foods that contain powerful nutrients support your body both on the inside and outside. Keep reading to learn about ten foods that will give you the glowing skin you’ve always wanted.


 The peel of many apples contains the powerful antioxidant quercetin, which offers protection from UVB rays that cause skin cancer. Cancer-free skin is healthy skin, and healthy skin glows!


Avocados are rich in vitamin E, which shields skin from oxidative damage and promotes skin growth. Avocados also have polyunsaturated fat, which naturally moisturizes your skin to keep it soft and supple.

Brown Rice


Brown rice contains ceramides: lipid molecules that can help the outer layer of your skin retain moisture, making your skin feel hydrated and healthy.

Dark Chocolate


Dark chocolate contains antioxidants called flavonols that reduce roughness in skin and give skin a stronger resistance to the sun’s UV rays. Drink hot chocolate made from dark chocolate or enjoy a dark chocolate candy bar guilt-free, because it’s good for your skin.


nullEggs contain antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin, which protect skin against UV damage and help the skin become soft, hydrated and firm.


NutsSnacking on nuts like Brazil nuts, almonds, hazelnuts, and pine nuts each day will help protect your skin against cancer, age spots and sun damage. These nuts are rich in vitamin E and antioxidants that will fight free radicals that enter your body.

Romaine Lettuce


Romaine lettuce is packed with vitamin A and potassium, which help skin grow and increase oxygen levels in the skin, improving circulation.


SeaFoodsWild Alaskan salmon, Atlantic mackerel, sardines, black cod, anchovies, and oysters are packed with omega 3 fatty acids that slow down the skin’s aging process and combat acne, leaving you with young looking, glowing skin.

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet-PotatoesSweet potatoes have a lot of vitamin C. Incorporating sweet potatoes into your vegetable intake will help your skin produce collagen, which strengthens the capillaries that support the skin.


TomatoesTomatoes are rich in lycopene, so if you eat tomato-based foods like tomato juice or tomato sauce, your skin will have some help getting rid of acne blemishes. Lycopene even protects your skin from the harmful effects of UV rays, because the antioxidants in tomatoes will be transferred to your body to fight free radicals.