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The Secret to Glowing Skin

Imagine this:

You wake up after a peaceful night's rest, drink the glass of water on your bedside table, and walk in to the bathroom to wash your face.

You take a glance in the mirror, and the reflection looking back at you looks rested, energized, and silky smooth. The best part? You *quite literally* woke up like this.

Sound too good to be true? Yeah, I get it.

But get this - It's not.

The secret to achieving beautiful, glowing skin isn't all that hard, actually. It takes diligence, patience, and consistency, but it is extremely doable.

You see, our skin's clarity, vibrancy, elasticity, and rate of aging HEAVILY depend on our dietary decisions.

Basically, whole foods are your bff.

You want to consume foods packed with vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, and carotenoids (which act as antioxidants for the skin) to promote glowing, elastic skin!

My top picks? Check out these 10 foods:

  1. fatty fish Fish like salmon and tuna help reinforce your skin's barrier and keeps moisture in and irritants out as they contribute to healthy skin cells.

  2. avocados Avocados provide vitamins A, D, and E, good fats, and phytonutrients which are essential for healthy skin cells.

  3. walnuts Walnuts aid in collagen production, which helps improve skin elasticity, and they're high in omega-3 fatty acids.

  4. sweet potatoes Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamin C and Vitamin E. Vitamin C helps boost collagen, and the antioxidants present contribute to a natural sheen / glow.

  5. spinach This dark leafy green is packed with antioxidants and help keep your skin hydrated.

  6. dark chocolate Yep, that's right. Dark chocolate is great for skin firming because of the flavonols it contains.

  7. water Water keeps your skin hydrated and glowing!

  8. sunflower seeds / sunflower oil This is high in linoleic acid, which can help support your skin cells' membranes.

  9. broccoli Broccoli contains vitamins A and C as well as antioxidants that support collagen production. The vitamin K in broccoli can also help in reducing under-eye darkness and healing bruises.

  10. green tea Green tea contains polyphenols, making it an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory. Vitamin K in green tea can also help reduce dark circles under the eye.

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