We’re all obsessed with either turning back the hands of time or stopping time in its tracks when it comes to aging. Don’t think plastic surgery is your only option. We found these foods will help to slow down the aging process according to iVillage.com.
he red pigment in tomatoes is called lycopene, another anti-oxidant. Lypocene is more easily absorbed by the body when tomatoes are heated, either during cooking or processing. One tomato contains vitamins C, A and K, potassium, and fiber. A medium-sized tomato may provide almost half of a person’s recommended daily amount of vitamin C.
While it’s just about breaking through now, the acai (pronounced “AH-sigh-EE”), is a small fruit from South American rainforests. With twice the amount of anti-oxidants as blueberries, the acai berry is a great way to boost your health. It also has a strong anti-aging effect due to the high levels of anthocyanins and antioxidant vitamin content the fruit contains.
3. White Tea
White tea actually has more anti-oxidants than green tea, even though it comes from the same plant. White tea is produced from an immature plant bud that hasn’t dried at all, while green tea is produced from leaves that are very dried out. White tea is also steamed, as opposed to steeped. Try drinking about three or four cups of white or green tea daily.
Fish in general is important for you health. If you’re looking to drop some years, salmon is the way to go. It’s filled with anti-oxidents and omega-3 fatty acids. Make sure it’s wild salmon however, because farm-raised doesn’t have nearly as many benefits as wild. With all of the recent concerns about mercury poisening, overfishing, and global sustainability, a good way to avoid this mess is going directly to the source. Spirolina algae—guzzle ’em down.
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