The Look Better Diet

Satisfied with what you see when you look in the mirror? If you want improvement, say researchers in Scotland, a change in the foods you’re eating at dinner can boost your good looks.

The scientists at the University of St. Andrews say that if you eat more fruits and vegetables, you can improve your skin color and make your face more attractive. When the researchers tracked the foods eaten by about three dozen people for six weeks, they found that those who ate the most fruits and vegetables were rated by others as the most attractive.

The enhancement in looks was linked to an increase in skin redness and yellowness conveyed by the fruits and vegetables.

Carl Lowe

By Carl Lowe

has written about health, fitness and nutrition for a wide range of publications including Prevention Magazine, Self Magazine and Time-Life Books. The author of more than a dozen books, he has been gluten-free since 2007.