Good source of the mineral zinc, which helps skin repair itself. Studies also show zinc helps skin conditions like acne.
Contains both omega-3 fats and protein, which help skin repair itself. Plus a great source of vitamin E, which studies report help reduce wrinkles.
Full of the antioxidant lutein, studies show eating theses can help fight off the ageing effects of the sun.
Blue or purple fruit is particularly high in skin friendly vitamin C that flushes out toxins and boosts collagen
A recent study found that people living in hot countries with fewer wrinkles all had high intakes of olive oil.
Packed full of the essential fatty acid, EPA , to keep skin cells healthy. Salmon also contains a skin firming chemical called dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE)
Studies show soya beans contain chemicals called isoflavones, which are powerful antioxidants found in some anti-ageing pills.
These contain lycopene, a powerful antioxidant for flushing out toxins known to age skin.
Foods rich in vitamin A is essential for healthy skin. Includes plenty of dark orange (carrots, sweet potatoes, winter squash) and dark green (broccoli, spinach, kale) vegetables
Just remember, drink lots of water also!