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SKIN FOOD

Beyond top-shelf skincare, nutrition also factors into why your complexion looks so great (or not so great). “Your whole body system affects your skin, from your hormones to your metabolic and gut health,” explains Geraldine Georgeou, accredited dietitian and author of The Australian Healthy Skin Diet. Acne, wrinkles, redness and inflammation can all be traced back to what you’re eating. Graze on our good skin diet to learn which foods can rejuvenate or wreak havoc on your skin.

Eat your way…

If you want a glowing and clear complexion, the old adage “you are what you eat” has never been more true. While you may have heard about eating for better heart health; your skin—the body’s largest organ—can also benefit from nutritional attention.

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