Thanksgiving, a festival for food, drinks sweets and gratitude is one of the most awaited of all throughout the year. While you are on this ride of devouring the epic greatness of sweets and savories, you might want to know which thanksgiving foods actually make your skin glow. Surprised to know? Well, yes! There are many thanksgiving foods that — besides being delectable — are good for your skin too.
In a clutter of turkeys, sweet potatoes, cranberries, pumpkins, nuts, wines and so many others, let us find out which make your skin look more beautiful and healthier.
Who doesn’t love a delicious sweet potato casserole? Let’s be honest, we all do. Apart from being appealing to the taste buds, sweet potatoes actually make your skin glow and look prettier. Sweet potatoes contain vitamin A and C which promote new cells growth and development. It also contains fiber to keep our digestion in check resulting in reduced chances of breakouts and a clear glowing skin.
Eating raw cranberries or homemade cranberry sauce and juices help your skin to glow. Cranberries are rich in antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C that are beneficial for the skin. A powerful antioxidant that builds up collagen (glue) that holds together the cells that form your skin, hair and teeth is found in cranberries. Who knew these sweet and sour chewy bits could be so important to look beautiful?
Almonds are rich in vitamin E. It is a fat soluble vitamin that helps maintain healthy skin. The main purpose of vitamin E is to act as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent that helps gain a clearer and glowing complexion.
Pumpkin extensively contains a beta-carotene that gives it its bright color. The beta carotene is a power house anti oxidant that converts into vitamin A and works wonder on wrinkles and helps in keeping your skin beautiful, youthful and glowing.
Red wine is your ultimate anti aging savior. Red wine is rich in antioxidants and tannins that make our skin fresh, healthy and glowing.
Other than these favorites, thanksgiving foods that help your skin glow are eggs, green beans, spinach, walnuts, pecans, kale and olive oil. All these foods contain a variety of antioxidants and vitamins beneficial for the skin and make it look youthful, fresh and glowing. So enjoy these foods this thanksgiving and look astonishingly beautiful.