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    Five key foods for ageless skin

    Five key foods for ageless skin

    From powerful antioxidants to nourishing oils, the ageing process is slowed down with the aid of these key compounds. A complete, balanced diet, paired with a healthy lifestyle, remains the natural solution to ageing. Here is a list of five key foods that constitute a clean and green diet for your healthy, ageless skin.


    Tomatoes. Tomatoes (Solanum Lycopersicum) are fresh, succulent fruits that boast of having many culinary roles. Be it salads, sauces or drinks, it introduces the health-boosting benefit of lycopene. A carotenoid pigment, lycopene is a phytochemical also endowed with the shielding benefit of antioxidants.

    Herbal Teas. Herbal teas commonly infuse the aromatherapeutic benefits of anti-aging herbs like Turmeric, Ginseng, Gotu kola, Oregano and Resveratrol. The majority of these healing herbs contain strong antioxidants that extend the prolonged lifespan of skin cells. These herbal extracts that make up aromatic teas serve to also calm the body and the mind.

    Bone Broth. The recipe of bone broth soup is not merely for a mouth-watering eating experience, but also for a beauty-enhancing treatment. Bone broth is enriched with nurturing minerals complete with anti-inflammatory and soothing effect.
    In terms of nutrient content, bone broth deploys the all important ingredients for skin health like Hyaluronic Acid, Glycosaminoglycans and ultimately, Collagen. With its rich meaty taste, it genuinely beefs up the tissues and boosts skin revival and radiance.

    Berries. Berries, like tomatoes, are round fruits that feature freshness and succulence. It can be strawberries, blueberries or raspberries. What’s special about this group of foods is its antioxidant-rich content including flavonols and anthocyanins.
    Remember, the darker black or darker blue in colour the berry is, the richer its antioxidant content. In fact, studies have shown the potential of berries to delay the onset of ageing, as well as decrease inflammation.

    Citrus Fruits. Citrus fruits are a great, sustainable source of ascorbic acid. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, that’s filled with many health benefits. Its action in preventing the formation of nitrites mainly contributes to its protective function.

    Adverse Impact of Alcohol. In addition to consuming these foods, it is also advised to avoid alcohol intake as much as possible. Did you know that alcohol speeds up the ageing process? Alcohol causes deterioration of the cellular membranes at a much faster rate. The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis is activated by this substance, resulting in more secretion of glucocorticoids. In effect, stress hormone levels in the body increase and the ageing process speeds up. This phenomenon is also known as premature ageing. For this reason, always consume alcohol in relatively moderate amounts.
    Rachelle xx