Top 5 Foods for Younger Looking Skin

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  • Food for younger looking skin Truth be told, slathering on rich creams and anti-aging serums can only reverse the aging process by so much.

    Instead, try an anti-aging diet, or what world-renowned healthy aging expert Dr. Nicholas Perricone calls a "nutritional facelift." A nutritionally sound diet can help delay wrinkles, improve skin elasticity and even promote optimal hydration.


     

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  • Dark Chocolate

    As if you needed another reason to get your chocolate fix!

    A 2006 study showed women who drank a daily cup of hot cocoa made with flavonoid-rich dark chocolate had smoother skin texture, a rosier complexion and, most importantly, optimal skin hydration. Flavonoids also help equip the skin with a stronger defense against wrinkle-causing UV rays.

    And dont forget, better hydration equals less dry skin, which in the long run delays those pesky wrinkles.

    Dark Chocolate Recipes:

    Other flavonoid rich foods include: apples, apricots, blue berries, pears, raspberries, black beans, cabbage, onions, parsley, pinto beans, tomatoes, green tea.


     

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  • Bell Peppers

    Brightly colored bell peppers -- red, orange, yellow, and green -- are a rich source of vitamin C and lycopene, a potent antioxidant that helps protect the skin.

    In fact, did you know just a cup of bell peppers contains more than 200 percent of your recommended daily dose of vitamin C?

    Bell pepper recipes:

    Other vitamin C rich foods: citrus (oranges, tangerines), cabbage, Brussels sprouts, tomatoes, guavas, kiwi fruit, broccoli and strawberries.


     

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  • Salmon

    Salmon delivers a hearty helping of omega-3s -- an essential fatty acid that promotes plumper, younger looking skin.

    Nutritionist Ann Yelmokas Mcdermott, PhD, of Tufts University told WebMD that essential fatty acids nourish healthy skin membranes and enable nutrients and toxins to enter and exit cells. At the same time, those skin membrances become stronger barriers that can lock in moisture.

    The extra hydration not only delays deep wrinkles, but enhances a glowing complexion. All that for the price of a few salmon fillets!

    Salmon recipes:

    Other foods rich in omega-3 fatty acid: Walnuts, flax seed, fish, canola oil.


     

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  • Carrots

    Carrots have long been touted as the best vegetable for protecting skin -- and for good reason.

    Carrots contain antioxidants, vitamins B1, B2, C and most importantly, are the richest vegetable source of beta carotene (vitamin A). Beta carotene is essential in neutralizing the actions of free radicals. It helps prevent premature signs of aging (wrinkles and agespots), and supports the formation and repair of skin cells and tissue.

    Did you know a cup of carrots contain over 686 percent of your recommended daily dose of vitamin A?

    Carrot recipes:

    Other foods that are rich in beta carotene include: Spinach, pumpkin, squash, sweet potatoes, cherries, melon, peaches, nectarines, apricots, and mangos.


     

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