Skin HealthHighly processed
foods contain harmful ingredients like added sugars
and trans fats. Consuming them repeatedly can negatively affect your skin health in different ways. For example, added sugars break down collagen, making your skin vulnerable to aging.  A study also shows that consuming trans fatty acids increases your risk of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) skin damage. Eating a clean diet can promote younger-looking and healthy skin, among other strategies like sleep
and stress management. Gut HealthOne of the best things you can do to promote gut health is to reduce the processed foods you eat. A clean keto diet helps your gut by providing fiber, which can:Help with digestion, especially in people who are having constipation at the start of their keto diet. (In contrast, processed foods don’t just contain more sugars, but they usually lack fiber. )Increase the diversity and richness of your microbiome—the microorganisms in your gut.  Eating a wide range of foods, which happens on a clean keto diet, will boost
your microbiome. In addition to fiber, a clean keto diet provides prebiotics from foods like asparagus, artichokes, garlic, and onions.