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Healthy Foods that Promote Youthful Skin

Healthy foods are not always popular. But, they can be very good with very little trouble. Use the information below to motivate yourself to eat fruit instead of something that is fruit flavored.

There are many healthy foods that also fight off wrinkles and other signs of aging. Actually, by just eating right you can help yourself look younger and you will live longer. In other words, if you want to eat some sort of junk food that is not too good for you, you should just grab a handful of nuts instead. Doesn’t sound as good? Keep reading and it probably will.

Keep reading for some healthy foods that are proven to be age fighters:

Citrus and Oranges
There is a lot of vitamin C in all citrus. If you want to literally seal up the wrinkles and cracks in your skin, you should use a product containing vitamin C. Topical vitamin C is widely used in anti-aging products. But you must be able to heal from within too and if you eat oranges you will get a huge dose of vitamin C.

Walnuts have heavy amounts of antioxidants. This makes them great providers for these cancer-fighting compounds. They not only interfere with skin cancer development, but they also fight discoloration and other environmental weathering.

Green tea
Green tea has long been known as a great source of antioxidants.

Almonds and almond oil are also loaded with vitamin E. Vitamin E will actually lighten scars and stretch marks when applied topically. Using vitamin E topically an diminish the appearance of age spots. Nevertheless, take vitamin E internally and it will really prevent these marks from happening.

(Note: if you take vitamin E and are having surgery anytime soon, you will want to ask you doctor about the correct to take. Taking extra vitamin E will make people bleed more, so you should probably stop taking supplements for now)

As you can see, there are numerous reasons to eat healthy. Next time you need extra motivation, reread this and you won’t be tempted to skip the healthy foods.

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