Nutritionist Esther Bloom, author of Eat Drink Good, says pumpkin seeds are a great way to prevent acne. Pumpkin seeds contain zinc, which has a positive effect in the treatment of acne and pimples. Scientists who conducted research for the “Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology” came to the conclusion that it is the lack of zinc in the body that leads to the formation of acne. Just 1-2 tablespoons of peeled pumpkin seeds per day is enough to prevent and treat acne. Dr. Perricon recommends adding watercress to your diet daily for healthy, glowing skin. Watercress contains antioxidants that reduce inflammation and iron, which gives the skin a healthy look. Regular consumption of watercress also reduces the risk of DNA damage. For the prevention of eye diseases, it is recommended to eat spinach. Spinach contains lutein. Lutein and zeaxanthin, which is formed from it in the tissues of the eye, are the main pigment of the yellow spot located in the center of the retina of the eyes. It is this area that is responsible for clear and high-quality vision. Lutein deficiency leads to the accumulation of destructive changes in the tissues of the eye and to irreversible deterioration of vision. To maintain normal levels of lutein, it is enough to eat 1-2 cups of spinach per day. Spinach also helps relieve eye fatigue and restores whites to their natural white color. Daily consumption of just one apple will allow you to visit the dentist’s office less often. Apples are able to clean teeth from stains left on the enamel by tea, coffee and red wine, working no worse than a toothbrush. Apples also contain such important natural acids as malic, tartaric and citric acids, which, in combination with tannins, help stop the processes of decay and fermentation in the intestines, which has a beneficial effect on the condition of the skin and the whole body. A study by the British Journal of Dietetics found that flaxseeds are excellent for redness and flaking of the skin. Flax seeds are a natural source of omega-3s, which are responsible for skin hydration. Flax seeds can be added to salads, yogurts, various pastries. To keep your hair looking great, include green beans in your diet. According to British scientists, green beans contain a record amount of silicon. In the course of the study, it was proved that the regular use of green beans leads to the improvement of hair – they become thicker and do not split. To look like Halle Berry or Jennifer Aniston at 40, scientists recommend eating kiwi. Kiwis contain a large amount of vitamin C, which helps slow down the aging process and stimulates the production of collagen.