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Foods That Fight Aging

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We’re all obsessed with our beauty routines and the latest things that has been invented in cosmetics. They all promise the same thing – fighting age and making wonders to make your skin appear more youthful. We’re sure you moisturize nearly every morning as soon as you wake up, at night you probably apply an oil slick of serum and in between all of this you try to work your lotions, creams and cleansers in your skin care routine. However do you take serious consideration about the products you’re consuming on a daily basis that have a tremendous impact on your appearance, from inside out?  If you’re really determined to avoid wrinkles on the long run and increase firmness as well make the most of your beauty regimen then you need to make sure the following foods are a part of your every day!

 Cup Of Coffee Anyone?

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Don’t you agree that the best way to start your day is with a hot cup of coffee? It will not only make you wake up but you can look at it as a hot mug of antioxidants! A daily cup of coffee will help protect your skin from the ravages of the sun by at least 5% and the antioxidants in this beverage also do a nice job in protecting your skin from cellular damage!


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Smoothies have to be the best invention of the 21st century. They’re not only super healthy but provide tons of health benefits. Make yourself a fresh smoothie from fruits and veggies, especially the ones from orange and dark green ones are helpful in maintaining that youthful appearance to your skin complexion. Those are the ones rich in antioxidants, throw a tangerine and a handful of kale into your shake and you’re set for success!

Fruit Salad

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 Sometimes even the most expensive facial treatment can’t be compared with the result a fresh fruit salad you consume can do.  Vitamin C is another key component to a healthy, balanced complexion. Not only does it nourish your skin, it’s also a key to collagen production. Base your breakfast on these delicious fruits: mango, pineapple, kiwi, cantaloupe, papaya and strawberries are all C staples!

Anti-Aging E Rich Ingredients

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Another very beneficial natural supplement to add to your daily list of things to put in your body is vitamin E — also rich in antioxidants, this nutrient’s especially important to the growth of new cells. It also promotes circulation, and vitamin E oil is used to help heal everything from sunburn to scars. The best way to provide this vitamin to your body is a handful of nuts – which is a great source of E, as is an avocado in your salad!

Smooth Skin With Tomato

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Tomatoes are full of a nutrient called lycopene, and studies have proven that skin with high levels of lycopene is smoother and more resistant to the sun’s rays. So next time you have lunch start with a fresh tomato soup, it’s not only super tasty but is really good for your skin. To get the most out of your tomato, cook it first – sauces and pastes (and even ketchup) are better sources of lycopene than the stuff off the vine!

Fresh And Firm Food

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The next thing that’s an absolute must on your daily menu are lean read meat and starchy beans, edamame and lentils are your best choice! They’re packed with nutrition ingredients such as Zinc that build and maintain collagen, which is the one responsible to keep your skin firm. It’s also the key to skin renewal and looking fresh!