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
Breakfast: Corner Bakery Old-Fashioned OatmealWhat's in it: Old-fashioned steel-cut oats made with skim milk and choice of toppings (currants, dried cranberries, brown sugar, toasted walnuts, and almonds)
Why it's a good choice: Oatmeal is a great, B vitamin-rich breakfast, which is essential for healthy skin, says White. The nonfat milk adds a boost of protein and calcium as well. Feel free to add those toasted walnuts on top for their vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids; these have anti-inflammatory benefits that can help those with puffy, irritated skin. You can also add some of the anti-oxidant filled currants and cranberries (in moderation -- dried fruit is often high in sugar) but go easy on the brown sugar to keep this breakfast skin healthy.
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