Good winter nutrition can help keep skin healthy, RD writes

12/21/2011 | Huffington Post, The

Nutrients in foods such as grapefruit, coffee, carrots and tuna can help keep skin healthy in winter, registered dietitian Kerri-Ann Jennings writes. Vegetables with vitamin C, such as broccoli, may reduce dryness and wrinkles; beverages with the flavonoid epicatechin may improve skin texture; and edamame's isoflavones can help protect against sun damage.

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