10 Fast Food Options That Are Good for Your Skin
If you refuse to give up fast food (or have to eat it in a pinch), at least pick the best options for healthy skin
Smoothie: 16 oz. Jamba Juice Probiotic Fruit & Yogurt Blends -- Vibrant BlueberryWhat's in it: Nonfat yogurt, soymilk, and blueberries
Why it's a good choice: The yogurt and nonfat milk give you 10 grams of lean protein, which plays a key role in the repair of our organs, tissues, and cells and is an essential component of collagen. This smoothie also packs in 15 percent of your daily calcium intake, important for strong bones and teeth. The blueberries contribute 50 percent of your vitamin C for the day, help preserve long-term cell damage, and have extremely high levels of antioxidants -- perfect for fighting free radicals from environmental aggressors.
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