Cutting processed meats from your diet could help reduce bloating and puffiness in your face, says registered dietitian Lauren Manaker.

Processed foods, high in sodium and added sugars, can lead to water retention and weight gain, making them a culprit for facial puffiness.

But avoiding processed foods can be tricky, as they make up a significant portion of our diets.

Samantha Cassetty, another dietitian, suggests replacing processed foods with whole, minimally processed options to reduce inflammation and water retention.

Other foods to limit include salty soups, soy sauce, white bread, breakfast cereal, and alcohol, all of which can contribute to bloating and inflammation.

For those looking to plump up their cheeks, incorporating healthy fats like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids from sources like salmon, avocados, and nuts may help.

Making these dietary changes could lead to a slimmer, less puffy face.

This information was adapted from Parade.

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