5 Best Foods For Glowing Skin This Winter



Nuts are rich in vitamin E, which has long been touted as a skincare savior. Vitamin E protects the skin from oxidative cell damage, and like omega-3 fatty acids, protects the skin barrier from external damage such as UV rays.


Fatty Fish such as salmon, herring, tuna, & trout contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which help retain moisture and strengthen your skin's barrier, says Lamba. Symptoms of omega-3 deficiencies include dry skin, so load up on fish and other omega-3-rich foods such as flax seed to keep your skin hydrated.


Leafy Greens, greens, and more greens The truth is, your body behaves like a filtering system. What you put in it gets filtered throughout the necessary organs that help the cleanse, protect & obsorb nutruients. The all the “waste”comes out in your poop. Hense the word “waste”. Your greens help you poop. Getting all that bad stuff OUT fo your body on a regular basis. Your skin most def appreciates this.


Avcados!!! are rich in vitamin E, which has long been touted as a skincare savior. Vitamin E protects the skin from oxidative cell damage, and like omega-3 fatty acids, protects the skin barrier from external damage such as UV rays.



Anthocyanin fights pigmentation and provides anti-inflammatory benefits to the skin. Vitamins A, B, and C have antioxidant properties that help in fighting against damage caused by free radicals. Orange foods like Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, Cantaloupe, Papaya, etc contain carotenoids therefore beneficial for the skin.


When they say "Eat the Rainbow"...this is what they really meant...



Eat right, stay hydrated, get your plant based protein because that's what heals the skin at the end of the day...


Peace Terra Gang!


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