9 Best (and Worst!) Foods for Healthy Skin
Want youthful, flawless and healthy skin? It might be time to edit your grocery list and embark on a healthy skin diet
Best: YogurtNorenius says that dairy products* contain vitamin A, which "is an important factor when it comes to skin health." As long as you stick to yogurts in non- to low-fat varieties with no added sugars (and you don't go haywire with the consumption), you will be consuming lots of protein and vitamins -- all which help to enhance your immune system and as a result give you clear, vibrant skin.
*Be careful with milk consumption as it has been shown to contribute to acne and clogged pores due to its sugar content and added hormones. Drink it in moderation.
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