Thanksgiving Foods That Are GOOD For Your Skin

Kale

This leafy green contains Vitamin A, which is essential for skin health and reducing wrinkles. Just one cup contains more than the daily minimium of skin-firming vitamin A. It also includes chlorophyll, a molecule helps carry out toxins from the body. Load up on kale salad to get full on the nutrient-dense green instead of starches and carbohydrates.

Sweet Potatoes

What Thanksgiving meal is complete without the classic Sweet Potato dish, topped with toasted marshmallows? While we don’t suggest loading up on sugar-packed casserole, eating sweet potatoes can help promote new skin cell growth via vitamins A and C. It also contains fiber to help keep your digestion on track, thereby reducing the chance for breakouts.

Olive Oil

Include some healthy fats into your meals. This heart-healthy oil contains Vitamin E which helps restore skin elasticity. Antioxidants within olive oil can help fight free radical damage.

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