10 Foods That Can Help You Look Younger

A staple of the Mediterranean diet, extra virgin olive oil is a monounsaturated fat packed with vitamin A and polyphenols.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

When you're looking for antioxidant benefits for skin, be sure to choose skin-on almonds (or almond butter), as the antioxidants are most concentrated in the almond skin.


Both tasty seafoods are incredibly easy to prepare, making it simple to add more into your diet—even on busy weeknights.

Salmon and Shrimp

Try replacing your cup of coffee with green tea a few days a week, noting it does have about 29 milligrams of caffeine per cup

Green Tea

Add blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries by the handful to your morning oatmeal or smoothie. Or enjoy berries as an after-dinner benefits for your skin.


They too are high in vitamin C, which has been shown to help improve overall skin health and reverse aging with both diet and topical use.

Bell Peppers

Kale is also a good source of vitamins A, C, E, and K, and has been shown to increase collagen and elastin levels in the skin.


This tropical, fiber-rich fruit has more vitamin C than any other food, says Ramallo, with more than four times our daily requirement in just one cup.


They contain omega-3s, which also benefit our body's largest organ. Skin is made up of what's called a lipid (fat) matrix, and it's able to protect and hydrate itself

Chia Seeds

Processed and heated forms of cocoa have significantly lower levels of flavanols. Try adding foods like cacao nibs, cacao powder, or stone-ground chocolate products.