How to Make Your Skin Glow by Eating Plants
There are several ways to make your skin glow but many of them are unhealthy. Hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, pancreatic cancer, jaundice, and vitamin A supplements are all very unhealthy ways to do this and are not recommended.
You can however do this very easily by increasing the amount of beta-carotene rich foods in your diet achieving a nice golden-orange skin tone. First take note of the color of your palms. Palms are normally a much lighter tone than your skin. As you increase your intake of beta-carotene rich foods they will gradually turn yellow.
You will need to eat more than just greens or you will not feel satiated so eat some sweet potato too.
Beta-Carotene Rich Foods
Highest Per Calorie to Lowest
Orange Sweet Potato
Jaundice vs. Carotenosis
Jaundice turns the whites of your eyes yellow as well as your skin but carotenosis will not turn your eyes yellow.
Unlike preformed vitamin A, beta-carotene is not known to be teratogenic or lead to reproductive toxicity. And even large supplemental doses (20–30 mg/day) of beta-carotene or diets with high levels of carotenoid-rich food for long periods are not associated with toxicity. The most significant effect of long-term, excess beta-carotene is carotenodermia, a harmless condition in which the skin becomes yellow-orange. This condition can be reversed by discontinuing beta-carotene ingestion.
~National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements Vitamin A Fact Sheet for Consumers
National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements Vitamin A Fact Sheet for Consumers