Vitamin Rich Foods for Your Skin
What is 'good skin'? It's clear, healthy skin, and getting it is as much about what you put in your body as on your face. Therefore, it's important to feed your body and skin with nutrients like Vitamin A, C, E and DIM (found in Skin Accumax), that do everything from boosting collagen production to protecting your skin from free radicals.
Without any more delay, because we know you want to get the scoop, here's your guide to all things BB Cream.
Find out why each vitamin and nutrient helps your skin and overall health below, and try some of the vitamin-rich recipes we love.
How to get good skin with vitamin C
Citrus fruits and several vegetables contain vitamin C, which stimulates collagen production, reduces redness, boosts the immune system and helps iron absorption.
- Did you know? The average mango contains 122 milligrams of vitamin C.
- Feed your skin: Try a simple, vitamin C-rich, Mango Salsa recipe from WhitneyBond.com. Enjoy it with chicken or fish tacos, grilled salmon or your favorite tortilla chips.
How to get good skin with vitamin E
Oils, nuts, grains and cereals contain vitamin E, which protects your skin from free radical damage, promotes healthy skin and hair, improves circulation and helps repair tissue.
- Did you know? A cup of sunflower seeds contains 49.1 milligrams of vitamin E.
- Feed your skin: Enjoy this vitamin E-rich Basil and Sunflower Seed Pestofrom HonestCooking.com; it's delicious, cost-effective and easy to make!
To learn about good foods for Vitamin A & DIM, read the full article from jane iredale.
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SOURCE: Chelsea. (2016, July 15). jane iredale. Good Skin Foods: Healthy Skin Recipes. Retrieved from https://janeiredale.com/us/en/makeup-blog/vitamin-rich-recipes-good-skin/