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9 Foods That Will Keep Your Skin Hydrated All Fall & Winter - Glamamom
Skin loses it's natural moisture as temperatures drop. Be plentiful with these healthy foods that will help your skin glow throughout the cold season.

Fall finally hit New York and while I was looking forward to "sweater weather" it's been quite a shock to my system, including my skin. I've switched over to my heavier night creams and am doing my best to stay hydrated. Hydration come from the inside out and since you are what you eat, consuming foods rich in vitamins and nutrients help your overall appearance. Dr. Christopher Calapai, D.O., an Osteopathic Physician board certified in family medicine, anti-aging medicine and chelation therapy suggests incorporating the following foods into your diet, particularly in the colder months, to help your skin glow and remain healthy for the fall/winter:

Olive Oil 

Olive Oil helps to provide your skin with healthy, unsaturated fats with anti-aging benefits. It is rich in vitamin E, and can be used to treat and prevent dry skin naturally.

avocado

Avocado

Avocado contains fats which help to lubricate the skin and protect it from damage, and also promote clear, youthful skin. Avocados also contain anti-aging foods properties.

Oatmeal 

Oatmeal contains a large number of antioxidants, along with vitamins and minerals that improve skin health. The fibers in oatmeal also help slough away dead skin and prevent redness when applied topically.

sweet potato

Sweet Potato 

Sweet Potatoes are a great source of vitamin A, which help to lock in moisture, give your skin a healthy glow and protect it from damage.

Carrots

Carrots contain the carotenoids beta carotene and lycopene—both of which help shield your skin against UV damage.

grapefruit

Grapefruit 

Grapefruit contains carotenoid, which will make your skin smooth. When buying grapefruit, opt for one with a red-pinkish hue because these colors are from lycopene and it means the fruits are loaded with carotenoids. People who have higher concentration of lycopene have smoother skin.

Spinach

Spinach and dark, leafy greens like kale are filled with iron, omega-4 fatty acids and vitamins A, B and E, which protect skin and improve your immune system. The phytochemicals and folates also help hydrate skin and keep it healthy.

broccoli

Broccoli 

Broccoli contains vitamin C which synthesizes collagen, a protein that keeps the skin firm helping to protect from wrinkles.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is rich in fats and helps provide lubrication and also help prevent acne thanks to their antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.