13 Beauty Boosting Foods and Drinks to Incorporate into Your Diet ...

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Beauty boosting foods and drinks can help enhance your natural beauty so you look and feel even better!

While we are aware that eating a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables are key to getting our daily intake of nutrients, there are some beauty boosting food and drinks that you might not be aware.

Check out some of these tasty and healthy beauty foods and drinks to add to your rotation of beverages and grub.

1. Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea

Rooibos tea is one of the top beauty boosting foods and drinks to try out.

If you are not already a fan of tea, there are some great reasons to start sipping!

Tea is calorie free, there are caffeinated and non-caffeinated varieties, they come in tons of different flavors and are chock full of nutrients.

Rooibos tea comes in red or green types, but they are both packed with benefits.

Both teas contain antioxidants for healthy, youthful skin, alpha hydroxyl acids to reduce acne and can even help suppress your appetite.

2. Almonds

Almonds

Almonds are an ideal beauty food for your skin because of their high content of Vitamin E, omega 3 &

6 fatty acids, protein and more.

Prevention Magazine even noted that almonds can be helpful in delaying hair going gray.

A handful of almonds make a great mid-afternoon snack or makes a delicious addition to salads, yogurt or oatmeal.

Some experts recommend soaking almonds overnight before consuming them to get rid of the coating and get the most nutritional benefit from the nut.

3. Water

Water

I know we hear all the time how important water is for our health, but it also does a lot of our appearance as well.

According to Greg Shishido of Gentle Star Medspa of San Francisco, dehydrated pores are not flexible therefore there is a higher likelihood of getting bumps, acne or blackheads.

Hydrated skin is flexible and drinking water helps plump the skin making it look more youthful and radiant, so why not swap that latte for a refreshing drink of water?

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