“Fatty types of fish like salmon and mackerel contain omega-3 fatty acids that are linked to reducing inflammation, which may help keep #skin #moisturised. They are also a good source of high-quality protein, vitamin E and zinc.” 
Salmon has lots of high quality proteins, which enhance satiety and give you the energy you need during the day. It gives you vitamin D. It's very useful for the health of bones and teeth, it protects your immune system and, together with omega 3, it's a real help to keep your skin healthy and glowing. 
 
Lastly, fish provides zinc — a mineral vital for regulating the following: 
 
• inflammation 
• overall skin health 
• the production of new skin cells 
 
Zinc deficiency can lead to skin inflammation, lesions, and delayed wound healing. So salmon is really a good food choice and don’t forget wild tinned salmon too! 
 
2. Avocado 
“Avocados are high in healthy fats and contain vitamins E and C, which are important for healthy skin. 
 
3. Mushrooms 
“Mushrooms are high in antioxidants, which aid in tackling free radicals in the body to help protect our skin. They are also a great source of other essential nutrients that contribute to optimum health.” 
 
4. Walnuts 
“Walnuts are a good source of essential fats, zinc, vitamin E, vitamin C and protein – all important nutrients that help your skin to stay healthy.” 
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