Do you wake up in the morning and literally see another wrinkle on your face in the mirror? LOL! If only there were a simple and affordable manner to be forever young or live a long, happy and healthy life…

But there is! It’s called eating well. Yes, we get that you work long and hard, but good health does not just happen – you need to do all you can to protect and preserve it. We pinkie-promise that your body’s largest organ, your skin, will show you much appreciation when you pack your diet with vibrant foods loaded with antioxidants, healthy fats, water, and essential nutrients.

Are you ready to glow? Then follow our advice and include these 10 best anti-ageing foods to nourish your body for a glow that comes from within!

1. Watercress


These leafy greens are a great source of calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, as well as Vitamins A, C, K, B-1, and B-2. It acts as an internal skin antiseptic, increasing the circulation and delivery of minerals to your body’s cells enhancing the skin’s oxygenation. Its antioxidants will surely keep fine lines and wrinkles away!

Food Tip: Add a handful of this flavourful green to your daily salads.

2. Red Bell Pepper

Loaded with antioxidants and high levels of Vitamin C, these beautiful reds contain powerful antioxidants called carotenoids. They have a variety of anti-inflammatory properties, including protecting skin against sun damage, pollution, and environmental toxins.

Food Tip: Add them raw to slaw and salads, dip them in hummus as a snack, or use them in a stir-fry.

3. Papaya

Packed with antioxidants, Vitamins, and minerals to improve skin elasticity and minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It actively fights free radical damage and may delay ageing signs. So, eat your papaya for glowing, vibrant skin!

Food Tip: Drizzle fresh lime juice over a big plate of papaya as part of your breakfast or lunch.

4. Blueberries

With the age-defying antioxidant called anthocyanin in blueberries, you won’t be blue da ba dee da ba di! They protect damaged skin from the sun, stress, and pollution by moderating the inflammatory response and preventing collagen loss.

Food Tip: Throw this delicious, low-sugar fruit into a morning smoothie or fruit bowl.

5. Broccoli

Broccoli is a powerhouse of Vitamins C and K, various antioxidants, fibre, folate, lutein, and calcium. Your body needs a lot of its Vitamin C to produce collagen for ultimate skin strength and elasticity.

Food Tip: Eat it raw as a snack, steam them, or work them into pesto sauces.

6. Spinach

Spinach helps oxygenate and replenish the entire body, making it super hydrating. It’s high in Vitamin C, enhancing collagen production to keep skin firm and smooth. It also promotes strong, shiny hair and reduces inflammation.

Food Tip: Add handfuls of spinach to a smoothie, salad, or sauté. Try these fabulous spinach recipes – black bean and spinach enchiladas, chickpea and spinach stew, spinach, coconut, and zucchini soup, and sweet potato, chickpea, and spinach coconut curry.

7. Nuts

Especially Almonds, but all nuts are a great source of Vitamin E – repairing skin tissue, retaining skin moisture, and protecting skin from damaging UV rays.

Food Tip: Sprinkle a mix of nuts on your salads, or eat a handful as a snack.

8. Avocado

Avos promote smooth, supple skin because they are high in inflammation-fighting fatty acids, and they contain essential nutrients that may prevent the adverse effects of ageing, such as Vitamins K, C, E, and A, B Vitamins, and potassium.

Food Tip: Throw some avocado into a salad smoothie, or just eat it with a spoon.

9. Sweet Potatoes

The Vitamin A in sweet potatoes may help restore skin elasticity, promote skin cell turnover, and ultimately contribute to soft, youthful-looking skin. Of course, it also protects our skin from harmful free radicals and keeps our complexion radiant.

Food Tip: Whip it up as breakfast or snack, and it’s a game like no other! Don’t forget to sprinkle a little cinnamon…

10. Pomegranate Seeds

A healing medicinal fruit for centuries! These healthy fruits contain a compound called punicalagin, which may help preserve collagen in the skin, slowing signs of ageing.

Food Tip: Sprinkle these sweet little jewels onto a baby spinach walnut salad.

There you have it, the 10 best foods for healthy ageing. Joining us in eating right today and insuring yourself for better health tomorrow?


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