It’s no secret that what you eat impacts your skin health. You might even say that what’s on the inside shows on the outside… for better or for worse. A diet change can go a long way in improving your skincare — and upping your anti-aging game! Here are 3 vitamins Dennis Stolpner recommends and why:
Skip the multivitamin and try to add more foods rich in these vitamins to your diet!
Research indicates that Vitamin E might play a part in the aging process. Animal studies even suggest that consuming more Vitamin E could have neuroprotective benefits.
Foods rich in Vitamin E include vegetable oil, nuts, seeds, spinach and avocado.
You already know this one! Vitamin A is, of course, the key component in retinoids. So we already know that Vitamin A does wonders for anti-aging when applied to the skin… but did you know that it also promotes improved cognitive function? Looking young starts with feeling young, after all!
Foods rich in Vitamin A: cheese, eggs, milk and oily fish.
This is probably the first vitamin that comes to mind when you think of anti-aging. With so many ways to absorb the benefits of vitamin D, it truly should have a place in everyone’s daily routine. That could mean eating more red meat or spending more time out in the sun — both in moderation, of course!
Foods rich in Vitamin D: fatty fish, cereal and red meat.