Vogue MagazineChances are you've been mixing chia seeds into your yogurt, sprinkling goji berries on your salad, and blending acai into your smoothies. There's a new superfood in town: camu camu, a tart Amazonian berry from Peru so high in Vitamin C, it would take more than ten oranges to get the same amount in a single serving. In addition to acting as an antiviral, camu camu could prove beneficial to the skin and gums, too, due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, says nutritionist Jana Klauer, M.D., who points to its nutrient-rich peel. Until the berries make it to a fruit stand near you, try them in powered form (available at most health-food stores), whipped into shakes, juices, even ice cream. - Kate Guadagnino
RECIPE: To put a glow in your skin, try Dr. Klauer's Skin Brightener Smoothie:
1 kiwi (peeled and cut up)
1 oz. camu camu juice
3 ice cubes.
Puree the ingredients in a blender until smooth. Enjoy!