5 Anti-Aging Foods for You

From anti-aging supplements to invasive surgeries, people nowadays are on a quest to reverse aging.  The aging process is irreversible but looking the part isn’t.  There are a number of ways to age gracefully such as avoiding stress, wearing sunscreen at all times and staying active.  Aside from these, one important factor that can help you look younger is eating right.

So here are 5 anti-aging foods that you can add to your diet:

Fruits contain a lot of antioxidants that combat free radicals which can cause skin to look old and dull, as well as develop wrinkles.

Pomegranates

This fruit is rich in riboflavin, phosphorus and other vitamins and minerals that can help increase collagen, which is responsible for the skin’s firmness and elasticity.

Blueberries

On top of its high levels of Vitamin C, these little blue babies contain the highest concentrations of antioxidants than any other food does.  So snacking on these berries will keep your skin looking firm and protected from damage.

Avocado

This superfood is rich in Vitamin E, B-complex vitamins and potassium which make the skin moisturized and hydrated.  It also contains glutathione and antioxidants that help in the anti-aging process.  Aside from eating the fruit or drinking blended avocados, you can also mash and apply it directly to your skin as a facial mask.

Veggies also contain antioxidants that fight free radicals and nutrients that help the body produce collagen.  Certain types of vegetables also have cellular repair properties that replace dull, dead cells – leaving the skin youthful and glowing.

Tomatoes

Lycopene, the natural pigment that makes tomatoes red ingredient, does not only have cancer-fighting properties but can also do wonders to your skin.  It helps the skin take in more oxygen which delays the aging process and wrinkle formation, giving your skin a bright, radiant look.

Carrots

Carrots are high in beta carotene which is converted to Vitamin A, which can protect you from certain skin problems.  These veggies are also loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin C that make your skin looking healthy and vibrant.

About Toni Marie

Toni is Senior Editor for BabyBoomerTalkBlog, as well as a contributing author. In addition to writing about the Baby Boomer generation, she also likes to write about relationships and health. She is also the primary caregiver for her mother.

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