25 Best Foods For Your Skin

15. Oysters

Oysters are the richest and best dietary source of zinc, an essential skin-healing mineral, particularly for those who suffer from severe acne. All you need is six oysters to pack up a mighty 500% dose of your daily dose requirement for zinc, at the cost of a mere 57 calories.

Research reveals that zinc is a powerful minerals that plays a crucial role in the growth and functioning of healthy skin cells. Moreover, researchers have also highlighted the fact the patients who suffer from acne also tend to have either a zinc deficiency or lesser than normal levels of zinc.

Raw Oyster Nutrition
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16. Yellow Bell Peppers

Yellow bell peppers pack up a rich dose of powerful antioxidants that aid in fighting off the attacks of free radicals, which trigger premature aging, wrinkles and fine lines. A study revealed that individuals who ate the highest amount of yellow and green vegetables, at least 250 grams, had much lesser wrinkles, particularly in the crow’s feet area, as opposed to who consumed the lower amount, which is 69 grams a day. One large yellow bell pepper packs up 190 grams filled with antioxidants and vitamins, and you can add it to spicy fajita recipes, Italian dishes and even pizzas.

Bell Pepper Nutrition
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17. Walnuts

Walnuts are the only kind of nut variety that packs up an incredibly rich concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, which makes walnut consumption extremely crucial for vegetarians who do not eat any fish. Walnuts are extremely rich in alpha-linolenic acid, a powerful type of omega-3 fatty acid, which fights of inflammatory skin ailments. A deficiency of omega-3 fatty acid can lead to the development of eczema, a skin condition that causes the skin to become excessively dry and scaly.

Potassium in Walnuts
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18. Tomatoes

Tomatoes pack up an incredibly rich concentration of lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that aids in enhancing the natural SPF of the skin when consumed every day.

A recent study examined the skin benefits associated with the consumption of tomatoes by giving the participants 5 tablespoons of tomato paste and one tablespoon of olive oil every day for a period of 12 weeks. The results revealed that the participants who consumed tomatoes had a 33% greater protection against sunburn as opposed to the control group who only consumed olive oil.

Experts believe that cooked and processed tomatoes tend to have a much higher concentration of lycopene, which also fights against several types of cancers.

Tomato Acne Wash
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