Real Food Is Good for Your Skin

Bowl of Raspberries and a Note That Reads: Eat More Real Food

In addition to promoting better overall health, eating real food nourishes and helps protect your skin from the inside out.

Basically, whether you like it or not, what you feed your body dictates whether you have healthy skin or “problem” skin, so it’s time to watch what you eat. Being food-conscious is officially not just important for helping you fit into your jeans.

Studies suggest that eating more vegetables, fish, and coconut oil may help reduce wrinkling, loss of elasticity and other age-related skin changes.

What’s more, switching from a Western diet high in processed foods to one based on real food may help prevent or reduce acne.