Sweet Potatoes – Yum, yum! Sweet potatoes taste great, and they’re filled with vitamin A, beta
-carotene, potassium, vitamin B6, and vitamin C. The mix of deliciousness and vitamin and can really make your skin glow – vitamin C, especially, boosts your body’s collagen production.
Pumpkin – Whether you eat it in pie or mix it into your morning pancakes, eat up. These are rich in vitamin B3, which can minimize dark spots and increase production of
both fatty acids and ceramides, which keep skin cells hydrated. To truly reap the skin-boosting benefits, try to eat a dish or dessert containing real pumpkin, not just the canned filling used to make most pies
Cranberries – Go for the homemade version here. It’s rich in antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C. The bacteria-blockers that make cranberries a go-to food for fighting UTIs can also help acne-prone skin. Go ahead, indulge!
Green Beans – No holiday meal is complete without this veggie. It’s rich in antioxidants, and is also an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, and manganese. Manganese has a ton of beauty benefits and helps build collagen and protect from free radicals.
- Pecans – Go nuts for the pecans. They’re filled with healthy monounsaturated fat, and they’re one of the richest sources of antioxidants around. Packed with zinc, they also help maintain healthy skin and hair. Pour them in a pie or anywhere else you’d like.