5 BEST Foods for Better, Glowing Skin

Did you know that the foods you eat don't just 
affect the way you feel? They also affect the way 
you LOOK. So if you're unhappy with your skin,
 your DIET (not just your age and lifestyle) could 
be to blame.
Some foods are great for you—inside and out…
So if you want healthy, radiant skin, eating more 
of them is one of the smartest things you can do!
But most people don't know that. They end up 
spending stacks of cash on beauty "products" 
and spreading artificial chemicals on themselves 
hoping to look better.
YOU deserve better than that.
What are the best foods you can eat for healthier
 skin?
Keep reading to find out...

1. Green Tea

Drinking a few cups of green tea a day isn’t just 
relaxing -- it’s one of the most important things 
you can do to look younger!
Tea leaves are full of antioxidants that protect 
your cells, fight inflammation, and keep out 
harmful toxins.
Green tea also has compounds called “catechins
” that increase the blood flow and oxygen to 
your skin. This makes it easier to get nutrients, 
which keeps your skin look amazing.
A 2011 study published in the journal Nutrition 
found that people who drank green tea every day
 for 12 weeks had smoother skin than people 
who didn’t. The green tea-drinkers even had less
 sun damage after they were exposed to UV light!
University of Alabama and Case Western Reserve
 University researchers also came to the 
conclusion that green tea might even reduce 
your risk of skin cancer.

2. Fish

One of the best ways to keep your skin healthy: 
avoid inflammation in your body. Reducing
 inflammation helps all kinds of skin issues, 
whether you’re battling a specific condition or 
just looking for a healthier glow.
Eating more fish helps you do just that!
Fish are full of omega-3 fatty acids. Most of us 
aren’t getting nearly enough of these. But they’re 
KEY to fighting inflammation.
Studies have found that adding omega-3s to your
 diet reduces puffiness and improves skin health.
 Bottom line: eat more fish, and get smoother, 
younger-looking skin.
You can find the most omega-3 fatty acids in 
cold-water fish like salmon, sardines, mackerel,
 tuna, and cod. Focus on those to get the most
 bang for your buck.

3. Berries

Don’t be fooled by their small size.Berries pack 
a serious skin-clearing punch!
They’re loaded with “antioxidants,” chemicals that
 flush toxins out of your body. A lot of foods have
 some antioxidants, but few have more than 
berries…
A study published in the Journal of Agricultural 
and Food Chemistryfound that blackberries, 
blueberries, and strawberries have the highest 
“total antioxidant capacity” of any food.
These antioxidants improve your skin by 
protecting it from aging, sun damage, and stress.

So eating berries means fewer wrinkles, dry 
skin, and creases in your forehead…
Nutritionist Samantha Heller says, “when you 
help protect the cells from damage and 
disintegration, you also guard against premature 
aging. In this respect, these fruits may very well 
help keep your skin looking younger longer.”

4. Nuts

Walnuts are great for your skin. According to 
Dr. David Bank, the omega-3 fatty acids inside 
them make your skin more elastic. Walnuts are 
the only type of nut that have a significant 
amount of omega-3s.
Walnuts are also high in “biotin,” a B vitamin that
 helps moisturize dry skin and overcome 
conditions like eczema.
Eating Brazil nuts is another great way to keep 
your skin looking its best…
Brazil nuts are loaded with selenium, a mineral 
that boosts your immune system and can reverse
 skin conditions like acne!
It takes just two Brazil nuts a day to get enough 
selenium. Toss those in with a handful of walnuts,
 and your skin will look better in no time.

3. Olive Oil

Olive oil gets rid of toxins from your body and fights inflammation (which can lead to all kinds of
 health problems).
That makes it good for your heart and brain… and also great for your skin.
When you eat olive oil, you take in a good dose 
of antioxidants and healthy fats, which leave your
 skin looking healthier and younger.
Olive oil gets rid of toxins from your body and 
fights inflammation (which can lead to all kinds 
of health problems).
Getting enough “good fats” is a key part of 
keeping your skin healthy. A Japanese study 
found that people who ate more saturated and 
monounsaturated fats had fewer wrinkles and 
more elastic skin than people who ate less.
A 2012 study in the Public Library of Science 
found that the more olive oil you eat, the fewer 
signs of aging skin.Olive oil beat every other type
 of oil the researchers tested!

Gourmet Recipes That Make You Look 

(and Feel) Great

Now that you know which foods make your skin 
look great, it’s time to make them a regular part 
of your diet.
But it’s hard to know where to start. Trying to 
look up dishes and figuring out how to prepare 
them gets overwhelming fast.
We’ve teamed up with one of the most prominent
 chefs in the Paleo community to bring you 
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in our new FREE cookbook.
Learn how to make gourmet dishes like 
Mongolian Red Pepper Beef w/ Roasted 
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