SPECIAL FROM Grandparents.comYou've heard it a million times before: You are what you eat. And in regards to your skin, that old adage is especially true. "Good skin relies on an adequate supply of essential nutrients," says certified nutritionist and dietician Nicolette Pace. "Some studies indicate that it is indeed possible to delay aging and get an improvement in skin condition by improving your diet."
And improving your diet is as easy as adding certain key foods—foods that can help with everything from wrinkles to dark spots to sagging skin. Did we mention that they're also delicious? You won't believe how good fighting aging can taste.