Boost Your Skin Care Routine with These Superfoods

We talked to Lindsey Yeh, board-certified dermatologist, and owner of B.TOX.BAR in Los Gatos, California, about which superfoods will help us achieve healthy, glowing skin.

Yeh helped us round up 15 superfoods, explain what makes them super and how you can incorporate them into your diet so that can help your skin to be healthy and radiant.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds are another nutrient powerhouse. They contain protein, omega-3s and antioxidants. Chia seeds make a tasty pudding. Stir four tablespoons of chia seeds into one cup of almond or coconut milk. Refrigerate overnight and sweeten with maple syrup to taste.



Walnuts contain omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids help your skin retain moisture, making your skin appear more radiant. Walnuts are also a powerful source of antioxidants, including Vitamins B and E to help prevent wrinkles.



Kale contains an abundance of healthy skin ingredients. Vitamin A stimulates collagen production and increases cell turnover, and Vitamin C helps prevent free-radical damage.



Salmon is not only a good source of protein, but it’s also high in omega-3 fatty acids. “Omega 3s are important for reducing inflammation.



Oysters are another excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. They are also high in zinc, which boosts the immune system and helps with collagen repair.


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