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Foods for Beautiful and Glowing Skin |

Design your healthy diet with foods for beautiful and glowing skin. It’s no surprise that beauty starts on the inside, so why not design your diet for beautiful and glowing skin?

Who doesn’t want healthy, beautiful and glowing skin? No one I know.

Most likely, you have designed your beauty routine. You know exactly what products you love and you use them daily. You give your skin the TLC it needs and your beauty products give you a flawless look.

Beauty products may help give you that flawless look, but healthy, beautiful and glowing skin can be achieved by the foods you eat. Of course, a healthy lifestyle and genetics play an important part in beautiful skin.

The foods you eat takes center stage in your health. There are some antioxidant rich foods that you can eat for beautiful and glowing skin.

Design your healthy diet with foods to give you beautiful and glowing skin.

Design your healthy diet with these 3 antioxidant rich foods because they can help enhance your natural glow, and help maintain healthy skin. They can help prevent wrinkles and inflammation.

Antioxidants are substances that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals.” Antioxidants are man-made or natural substances that may prevent or delay some types of cell damage. Examples of antioxidants include beta-carotene, lutein, lycopene, selenium and vitamins A, C and E. Antioxidants are found in fruits and vegetables.

Add these 3 healthy super antioxidant foods to your diet that you design for beautiful and glowing skin:


Glowing Skin Antioxidants Foods

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Carrots are high in beta-carotene. 1 cup of cooked carrots has 13.0 mg of beta-carotene and 1 medium raw carrot contains 5.1 mg beta-carotene.


Tomatoes contain Lycopene which gives tomatoes, watermelon, guava, and pink grapefruit, their red color. Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C.  According to the Linus Pauling Institute it’s estimated that 80% of the lycopene in the US diet comes from tomatoes and tomato products like tomato sauce, tomato paste, and catsup (ketchup). 1 cup of canned tomato paste contains 75.4 Lycopene (mg) and 1 cup of raw tomatoes contain 4.6 Lycopene (mg).

Glowing Skin spinach

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Spinach contains antioxidants. Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Beta-Carotene are important for healthy, beautiful, glowing and vibrant skin. 1 cup of spinach, frozen or cooked contains 13. 8 mg beta-carotene.


Healthy Design Elements and Principles

Space: Design your kitchen as a healthy living space. If you love the minimal style, use soothing and relaxing colors, for example, shades of blue, green, taupe, gray, or white. If you want something more vibrant choose red, but research shows the color red can make you hungry. Choose what you love! Add pops of color with accessories or even flowers.

Here’s some inspiration:

House Beautiful: 12 Great Paint Colors for a Kitchen

Pinterest: Kitchen Color Schemes 

Harmony and Balance: A well-designed kitchen you love should bring you joy, make you happy, spark your bliss and bring you harmony and balance. Make it your oasis. And, remember, the size your kitchen does not matter. Take a look at these tiny and very chic kitchens.

Color: Add color to your kitchen and add green, red and orange foods to your diet.

Healthy Design Action

  • Design a kitchen that you love, and keep it filled with love, family, friends and lots of healthy foods.
  • Design your shopping list to include healthy foods. Add spinach, carrots and tomatoes to your list now.
  • Keep coming back to —healthy, delicious and stylish recipes are part of this design plan!

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Your turn

Do you want healthy, glowing and beautiful skin? Make sure to add these foods to your shopping list and keep your kitchen filled with healthy foods.

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Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University *

Mayo Clinic

National Institutes of Health

Medline Plus

Cleveland Clinic


*This link leads to a website provided by the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University. Barbara Ficarra is not affiliated or endorsed by the Linus Pauling Institute or Oregon State University.

This information is not intended as nutritional or medical advice for individual problems.This information is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment for any medical condition. Promptly seek professional medical care if you have any concern about your health. Always consult your physician before making any changes to your medical regimen.


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Side Note: Foods you eat may interact with certain medications. If you take blood thinners, be aware that spinach contains Vitamin K. It’s important to keep portions and frequency consistent

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