11 Foods That Can Help You Look 10 Years Younger

We all want to look younger than we are and live as long as possible. Although it’s our genetic inheritance that gives us a head start, our diet also plays a vital part in helping us increase our lifespan and maintain beautiful youthful skin for longer.

Today we reveal the 11 anti-aging foods that keep your skin at its finest.

Avocado

Tip: Have you tried avocado juice? It’s never too late to try new things. It’s very creamy and easy to make. Just put avocado pulp, milk, crushed ice, and a spoonful of brown sugar into the blender, and blend until smooth.

Berries

We especially recommend that you consume blueberries as they improve cognitive abilities and help prevent urinary diseases, Alzheimer’s, and dementia.

Carrots

Remember not to overcook carrots as this will significantly reduce the number of essential nutrients and vitamins.

Citrus fruits




Drinking lemon juice on an empty stomach cleans the colon and detoxifies the body. In addition, your body will absorb its nutrients first of all, and you will feel healthy and radiant.

Garlic

Its fungicidal and bactericidal properties make this anti-aging superfood one of the best natural antibiotics. It also balances cholesterol, improves blood circulation and hypertension, and helps reduce the risk of certain cancers.

Dark chocolate




Finally a sweet treat! Dark chocolate has numerous health benefits. It contains antioxidants such as flavonoids that help your skin protect itself from UV damage, fight free radicals, and improve its hydration and thickness. But don’t get too happy too early: it’s only chocolate with at least 75% cocoa that will give you all the antioxidant benefits.

Olive oil

Olive oil is not only an essential part of a healthy diet but also a worthy addition to your skincare routine. It’s one of the major sources of alpha-linolenic acid which keeps your skin hydrated and toned, preventing its aging.

Tip: Gently apply a few drops of olive oil around your eyes at night just before you go to bed. This will make your skin smooth and moisturized and decrease the appearance of fine lines. No rinsing required.

Tomatoes

Lycopene, which is responsible for the red color of ripe tomatoes, is an antioxidant 14 times greater than the resveratrol found in red wine. It protects the skin against UV radiation and also has a great effect in the prevention of cardiovascular, degenerative, and infectious diseases. By the way, lycopene is easier to absorb when the tomatoes are cooked and combined with a little olive oil.

In addition, oven-baked salmon is very easy to prepare. Just sprinkle it with salt and pepper, cover with rosemary sprigs and lemon slices, drizzle with olive oil, and bake until cooked.

Turmeric





Jamón iberico ham