Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a compound that occurs naturally in your body, responsible for attracting and retaining moisture, improving cell-to-cell interaction and promoting collagen synthesis. This glorious nutrient, which can prevent wrinkles and improve your skin’s texture has the ability to draw and hold water to the surface of the skin and can help to keep skin moisturised throughout the day.

It’s no secret that what you eat can affect your skin, and hyaluronic acid is a compound that occurs naturally in your body, making the skin appear more dewy and younger and improving skin elasticity. If you want to increase your levels of hyaluronic acid in other ways, you can look to your diet.

1. Bone Broth

Because the bones are boiled low and slow, the water leaches nutrients including hyaluronic acid from the bones for you to consume internally.

2. Soy-Based Foods

Foods like tofu, tempeh and edamame delicious in a salad or in a stir-fry are a fantastic source of plant-based complete proteins, are full of vitamins and minerals, and filling.

3. Starchy Root Vegetables 

Starchier root vegetables like potatoes and sweet potatoes may increase the production of hyaluronic acid and are also great sources of potassium, fiber, vitamin B6, vitamin A and vitamin C.

4. Citrus Fruits

Citrus fruits all contain naringenin, which inhibits the breakdown of hyaluronic acid, so up your intake for more supple glowing skin..

5. Leafy Greens

Foods like leafy greens in salads contain magnesium, which is a necessary catalyst to help with hyaluronic acid production in the body.

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