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Anti-Aging Foods For Your Skin

Everyone desires to have a smooth skin with a radiant glow. The kind of foods you eat can bring you closer to this goal. There are no magic foods that can make the wrinkles go away,  but there are foods that can slow down the aging process. Do you know about these foods?

Consume foods that are naturally full of nutrients such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, fish, and various types of lean protein.

Don’t stick to a single routine; try to mix things up by having a variety of foods to give you all the vitamins and minerals you need.

Do not limit your thinking just to the food you eat; you also need to get adequate sleep, exercise, and sunscreen.

These things can help you feel and look younger. However, you need to make a beginning before you can achieve your desired goals.

What are the anti-aging foods you can use for your skin?

[su_quote class=”cust-pagination”]“Beauty is in the skin! Take care of it, oil it, clean it, scrub it, perfume it, and put on your best clothes, even if there is no special occasion, and you’ll feel like a queen.” ― Fatema Mernissi[/su_quote]

Oats

Oats contain complex carbohydrates that are low-glycemic and are recommended by dermatologists. Low-glycemic carbs do not spike your blood sugar, in contrast to products such as refined bread, rice, and pasta. High-glycemic foods can cause such problems as acne and wrinkles. Natural plant chemicals are also present in oats, and these can prevent skin cell damage and stop irritation of the skin.

Oranges

Oranges are loaded with water and, therefore, they have the potential to hydrate the skin and the cells. A large orange is a great source of vitamin C, which is helpful in making collagen that can help to keep your skin supple. Vegetables and fruits are great for the skin. Moreover, when you select different colors, you are also choosing a variety of nutrients. Pink grapefruit, parsley, and tomatoes are also helpful in this regard.

 Avocados

Avocados are full of a healthy type of fat that keeps your skin hydrated. This healthy monounsaturated fat also helps in absorbing some vitamins and nutrients that are essential for the skin. Replace the high-fat salad dressings you are using and the mayonnaise with avocado because it can add plenty of flavor and texture. Also, you don’t need to have much to satisfy yourself. You can also try olive oil, walnuts and macadamia nuts oil.

Lean beef

Lean beef such as top sirloin is a good way to get high-quality protein because they can help to build collagen. Having a 2-to-4-ounce serving of lean beef about three times a week is recommended. You can also enjoy other types of lean proteins on the other days. When cooking the beef, you must flip it quite often and cook it on high heat until it is crispy. That way, it will begin to create chemicals that contain anti-aging properties. Lean beef can be substituted with eggs, chicken, beans, fish, and tofu.

Salmon

Salmon is one of the best sources of healthy omega-3 fats. Studies suggest that omega-3 fats from fish can prevent the growth and spread of cancer cells. Try to have three servings of fish two times a week. You can enjoy the fish grilled or with a barley salad. You can also use walnuts, mackerel, sardines, fortified milk, and eggs.

Grapes

Grape skin contains resveratrol, a chemical with anti-inflammatory properties. There is a belief that it can slow down the process of aging, and it may also fight the effects of UV rays and damage from sunlight. However, you will still be required to use sunscreen.

[su_quote class=”cust-pagination”]“Your skin has a memory. In ten, twenty, thirty years from now,  your skin will show the results of how it was treated today. So treat it kindly and with respect.”  ― Jana Elston[/su_quote]

The foods above can help you in your battle against aging and provide you with a natural remedy for skin issues. As such, you don’t have to invest in cosmetics and expensive treatments that may not deliver the desired results.

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