Which Food should you eat regularly to reduce Aging?

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So many events in life can cause us to age prematurely. The stress that our daily lives take us through, as we go from home to the office, and then getting the kids, preparing dinner… a never-ending race, since there is no finish line, as we start again the next day. Thankfully, by eating certain foods, we can help to reduce the aging process. Here are some vegetables and fruits you should eat regularly, to help you stay young and healthy.

A Little Help from Supplements

Before we go into specific foods to add to your diet, let’s mention that it is always good to add supplements to your daily life. First, because we don’t always have time to prepare food and eat exactly as we should, and secondly because they balance out our hectic way of life. For example, Elevant supplement by Seneque, is a great way to add a little boost of energy to your life. Its molecule acts inside your body as an energy creator. It will also help your immune system, your heart and kidney functions, all the while acting as an anti-aging element. Whenever your body is in need for specific help, you should always look for the right supplement to take on a daily basis, to strengthen your system.

Fruits

Berries

Whether you like blueberries, raspberries or strawberries, you should eat them in great quantity. That’s because they are one of the best sources of antioxidants you will find in nature. This quality is what you are looking for the most in food, since it possesses anti-aging qualities. Their antioxidants are called anthocyanin. It is also what provides the blueberries their deep colour. They act as a skin protector against sun rays, stress and pollution. To do so, they reduce the inflammatory response from the body, which prevents collagen loss. They are also a great source of vitamin A and C. They are the best addition to a smoothie, you can find.

Papaya

Papaya is simply a super fruit. It is filled with a large variety of antioxidants, which as we explained, is what you are looking for first, in your selection of anti-aging food. But there are so many more qualities to it, that makes it a healthy addition to your day. Papaya is a great source of vitamins A, C, K, and E. You will also benefit from the calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus it contains.

In terms of properties against aging, let’s not forget to mention that papaya is filled with minerals, that can improve the skin’s elasticity. Its final effect is to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles on the face. All the antioxidants it contains, take part in the fight against free radicals. They are the ones that cause the damage that ends up showing sign of aging on your body. Finally, the papain inside the papaya is an enzyme that also acts as an anti-inflammatory, thus protecting against aging, as well.

Avocado

If you thought avocados were vegetables, you would be… partly right. Technically, it is a fruit, but it is considered in the category of vegetables, when being used in the kitchen, to cook. One way or another, it is still a product you need to insert into your diet. That’s because healthy fats are also one of the best anti-aging elements found in fruits and vegetables, and the avocado is full of them. What its fatty acid does for you, is that it keeps the skin smooth and supple, two qualities you find in young ones. Like papayas, they are filled with vitamins K, C, E, and A, as well as potassium. It is the high level of vitamin A in avocados that helps our skin shed dead cell, and rejuvenate it. It also acts a good sunscreen, thanks to the carotenoid it contains.

Vegetables

Broccoli

Let’s start by saying that vegetables featuring a deep green colour, are all good in terms of containing anti-aging components. Broccoli is one of them, of course. It is a power house for anyone looking to use natural anti-inflammatories to stay young. That is because it contains Vitamins C and K; the first of the two being used in the production of collagen, providing skin elasticity. And how about keeping your brain young? Lutein, found in broccoli, will do just that, working on its memory function. Vitamin K and the calcium found inside this vegetable, will work wonders for the bones and will help prevent osteoporosis.

Apinach

Most of us have heard the properties of spinach through a certain “Popeye” cartoon character. Whenever he needed strength rapidly, he would pop a can of spinach inside him and would be able to defeat any man in combat, to protect the love of his life: Olive. That story is based on some scientific facts, since spinach is filled with antioxidants that help oxygenate and replenish the body.

The vitamins found inside this vegetable are the main elements helping you to remain young. The vitamin A will indeed help promote strong, shiny hair and C will help the production of collagen, while K will reduce the inflammation that may appear in cells, inside the body.

Red Bell Pepper

When you will learn more about antioxidant, you will definitely look for carotenoids, which are found in plant pigments, and produce the beautiful red, yellow and orange colours that you see on fruits and vegetables. They are also found in red bell peppers. They help to protect against environmental toxins, as well as pollution and sun damage. Their high level of vitamin C acts as a source of collagen, which as we explained before, does marvel for your skin.

Nuts

Let’s end this article with something that actually comes from a fruit. Nuts are known for a wealth of health benefits, and it includes anti-aging. The vitamin E found in them, repairs skin tissue and helps it to remain hydrated, the most important element needed by the skin, to stay healthy. Its omega-3 fatty acids also help strengthen skin cell membranes, and provide this glow that you look for, on healthy looking individuals.

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