Lifestyle: Everybody wants smooth, radiant skin. What you eat can bring you closer to that objective. While there is no magic food that whisks the wrinkles away, the basics are straightforward. Go for things that are normally jammed with supplements, such as fruits, veggies, whole grains, nuts, fish, and different types of lean protein. Go for a variety of foods, so you get all the vitamins and minerals you require.
Red wine: Not just a drink for the French or the Italians, wine is widely consumed in India as well. A glass of wine is all you need to juice up your damaged cells. Wine contains antioxidant that surround free radicals (or cells that damage healthy cells), and lessen any damage caused by them.
Gooseberries (Amla): It’s cheap and is a rich source of Vitamin C. We all know the benefits of this vitamin; it fights free radicals hence prevents aging and gives you glowing skin. Amla is the secret to clean skin, a healthy immune system and all while detoxifying the liver.
Tomatoes: Tomatoes can be eaten raw or cooked; you can include them in salads or grill them with a dash of olive oil, salt and pepper. It’s a good thing that tomatoes are easily available in India; they protect us from the harsh sun and help us prevent wrinkles.
Blueberries: Blueberries are rich in antioxidants that protect against Alzheimer’s, which strikes one in every six women, as well as age-related changes in brain and motor function. They also have great anti-inflammatory actions to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease. Blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, cranberries, and prunes are other powerful sources of polyphenols.
Green tea: Green tea is rich in antioxidants that protect against breast cancer and help kill existing cancer cells. It’s also protective against skin cancer and may reverse the effects of sun damage, and seems to work by repairing the cell’s DNA.
Spinach: Spinach is one of the best food sources of leutin, a carotenoid that protects the eyes from macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness as we age. Spinach is also rich in vitamin K, which is essential in bone health and protects the health of the arteries.
Beans: Beans are rich in soluble fiber, to reduce cholesterol, protect the heart, and possibly reduce the risk of colon cancer. Because they’re high in protein, they’re a good vegetarian replacement for meat–important, because high intake of red meat may increase risk a woman’s risk of colon cancerBenefits of Drinking Water from Matka.
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