Best Benefits- Bright and smooth skin
Skin is the body’s largest organ. It makes sense, then, that what’s good for your whole body is also good for your skin — and as far as food goes, it doesn’t get much better than vegetables. You’ll especially want to look for red-orange and green vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes and spinach.
Orange-red vegetables are full of beta-carotene. Our bodies convert beta-carotene into vitamin A, which acts as an antioxidant, preventing cell damage and premature aging In the case of vitamin A, you also get anti-acne benefits — vitamin A has been used in acne medications (think Retin-A) for many years.
Spinach and other green, leafy foods provide tons of vitamin A, too, which helps your skin produce more fresh new cells and get rid of the old ones, reducing dryness and keeping your face looking bright and young.