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Soy is rich in antioxidants, which helps the skin preserve collagen and the reason why you will notice soy-derived ingredients such as soy isoflavones in many topical skin creams.
Salmon is an excellent anti-ageing agent and it’s easily found in collagen supplements. What makes this great for your skin is the abundance of Omega-3 fatty acids, which boosts collagen and calms inflammation. Marine collagen is extracted from coldwater fish salmon.
This saltwater fish is another collagen-boosting food that should be part of your diet. It is rich in Vitamin B complex known to keep the skin healthy. Tuna also has a protein called elastin which helps when dealing with all of your skin woes.
Sulfur is an essential trace mineral required to boost collagen production. The sulfur content, vitamin E and antioxidants in olives helps your skin achieve a more youthful and healthier look.