Top 8 Fruits & Veggies For Natural Anti- Aging By fydola

 

Hello. So I’ve learnt over time that the best kind of skincare products are always natural and fruit-based. Fruits are harmless, full of antioxidants, rich in vitamins, and simply the best if you want great skin and greater health.

So, I have taken it upon myself to compile a list of fruits and veggies for natural anti-aging. Why don’t you take a look? They are the best natural foods to help you fight the signs of aging.

BLUEBERRIES.

Blueberries are filled up with vitamin antioxidants that helps the entire face to reduce the effects of aging on face. The antioxidants and phytochemicals found in blueberries help to neutralize free radicals, which might otherwise damage skin cells, leaving your skin with a younger and softer look and feel. A diet high in fat and carbohydrates can also encourage skin aging, so blueberries prevent aging by providing you with many needed nutrients while providing very low levels of fat and cholesterol.                                                                                                                                 blueberries The fiber has no direct effect on your skin, but it does play a prominent role in the regulation of your digestive system and bowels. By ensuring proper digestion, it facilitates the timely removal of waste and toxins from your body. When your body is free of toxins, your overall health is better and your skin is one organ that is visibly healthier. Fiber also absorbs some of the fat and cholesterol you get from food, leaving less to affect the health of your skin.

TOMATOES.

Tomatoes obtain their reddish color from lycopene, a carotenoid that might help to keep your skin layer shiny. If you consume tomato and tomato products abundantly, the lycopene content in your skin will increase and naturally, your skin will naturally be like a baby’s skin, Moreover, skin with high lycopene content is not affected by the harmful rays of the sun.                                                                                                                                     tomato

The common view of the nutritional experts is that tomato protects your skin against ultraviolet lights. Tomatoes and tomato products enable your skin to take in oxygen, delaying aging and wrinkling, Consuming minimum 200g. cooked tomato a day ensures your skin to look young at all times. When you directly apply lotions and creams with a high lycopene content, you can experience slight tanning and a glowing skin color. According to studies performed by the worldwide famous centers of medicine, lycopene contained in the tomatoes and tomato products is protective against the risk of skin cancer, which has become the disease of our age.

SALMON.

Salmon is an excellent method of obtaining omega-3 fatty acids, when it’s wild-caught and not farmed, salmon is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. It’s credited with everything from extending a person’s lifespan to preventing heart attacks and cancer.

salmon

Not only does salmon possess one of the highest omega-3 contents, it is also packed with tons of other vitamins and minerals as well. In just a 4-ounce piece of wild-caught salmon, there is a considerable amount of nutrition.

 

LEAFY GREENS.

Leafy greens usually have huge method to obtain anti-aging vitamin A, which promotes skin to be very soft and flexible. As well as playing a key role in helping blood to clot, vitamin K is critical in preventing certain age-related conditions. Researchers in California found inadequate K can lead to cardiovascular disease, bone fragility, and arterial and kidney calcification.

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A one-cup (250-mL) raw serving of any of the leafy greens here has at least your daily requirement of K, with kale providing more than six times your needs, dandelion greens five times and Swiss chard about three and a half times.

PUMPKIN.

Pumpkins are extremely high in fibers and minimum in excess calories with disease fighting vitamin supplements. • Pumpkin is packed with fruit enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), which increase cell turnover, to brighten and smooth the skin.

  • Pumpkin contains antioxidant Vitamin A and Vitamin C to help soften and soothe the skin and boost collagen production to prevent the signs of aging.
  • Zinc in pumpkin seeds is brilliant for acne sufferers. Zinc will help control the hormone level and oil production, as well as assist with healing of the skin.
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  • Pumpkin seeds are high in essential fatty acids and Vitamin E, which are necessary to maintain good barrier function of the skin. They also regulate sebum, great for an oily skin, the molecular structure of pumpkin is small and therefore can penetrate deeper into the skin when used topically. This is amazing for treating a dull complexion, aging skin and pigmentation.

 BROCCOLI.

Broccoli is most beneficial whenever it’s swallowed fresh, just because of its vitamins. Broccoli can help regenerate your skin due to containing glucoraphanin–an organic compound that is unique to broccoli and cauliflower. Basically, it can regenerate sun-damaged skin. Furthermore, the vitamin B, vitamin E, and beta carotene help the skin to glow and look youthful.

broccoli

Broccoli can be eaten cooked or raw, but the best ways are to steam them, shallow fry them, or eat them raw as salad greens, because that preserves the nutrients contained in them. Some ways of cooking this vegetable enhances certain health benefits, such as the increased cholesterol-lowering properties that are gained when broccoli has been steamed..

CINNAMON.

A number of laboratory researchers have witnessed cinnamon’s anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, as well as anti-tumor components. One great thing about cinnamon is there are so many ways to use it – cinnamon oil, powder, mask, etc. Cinnamon is proving to be a spice that not only adds flavor to various dishes but can also cure many infections and diseases. There are several researches being conducted all over the world about the benefits of cinnamon for diabetes, hair loss, cholesterol, memory, arthritis, skin and more.

cinnamon

A topical application of cinnamon with honey is said to get rid of pimples, ringworm, eczema and other skin infections. Cinnamon essential oil is often used in aromatherapy and it combines well with lemon, lavender, cardamom, geranium and rosemary essential oils. Cinnamon essential oil can be used as a massage oil to cure arthritis, general pain and such.

APPLES.

Anti-oxidants from apples can help to prevent and also repair oxidation damage that happens as a result of aging. Whether you slice them in your salad or use their nutrients on your skin, apples can help you glow.

apples

They’re full of vitamin C, a crucial ingredient for your complexion and hair. “Vitamin C speeds up skin’s cell production, which makes you look radiant, and strengthens hair and nails,” says David Wolfe, nutrition expert and author. Apples also contain B vitamins, like B5 and B9, proven to combat acne and irritation. Why not indulge in their beauty benefits?

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