Keep Your Skin Glowing
I've been hearing a lot about eating berries. I'm really not a berry person, sure I'll eat strawberries, but that's rare. I love strawberry flavored drinks, but my fruits of choice are mangoes, pineapples, apples, and grapes. You can always find these in my home.
Recently I've been adding frozen berries to my smoothies and aside from the hard seeds, its not bad at all (with a little brown sugar).
Berries are rich in antioxidants and they are so good for your skin.
I found an article that discusses berries and the benefits antioxidants provide. Antioxidants help to make your skin glow. They also prevent thinning of the skin, when your skin begins getting thinner, the wrinkles show. To help your body heal faster, which is helpful when treating acne, get your fill of berries for their anti-oxidant benefits, especially cranberries, pomegranate and blueberries. Antioxidant-rich foods help fight free radicals, which are one of the ways cells get out of control, before they damage skin cells.
Antioxidant-rich foods have been shown to help prevent cardiovascular disease, neurological disease, and some forms of cancer; their consumption aids in holistic well being, which includes, of course, our largest organ: The epidermis. Most legumes, fruits and vegetables are high in antioxidants, but red beans, pinto beans, blueberries, cranberries and artichokes top the list.
Source: AOL.com Healthy Living