A lot of anti-aging products are now out in the market and many people (most of them are women) are looking for the most effective product to keep them from looking old. Many are resigned to the general fact that they can't prevent aging, but still want to do what they can to not look their age. One way to do so is with anti aging foods. Read more in the book here.
In Asia, one person who adds this to her regimen is the 43 year old Masako Mizutani who looks like the goddess of youth in the flesh. We can't help but be jealous of her ageless beauty. Her secret? Spending hours taking care of her skin, avoiding any vices which may cause skin damage, getting enough sleep and of course, having a balanced diet - four meals a day in small portions. Eating healthy, anti aging foods nourishes the body and helps keep that youthful glow.
Avocado - This fruit is a healthy and excellent source of oleic acid which is believed to help reduce bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. Aside from that, it is a rich source of antioxidants such as Vitamin E which helps fight off damage caused by free radicals. It is really delicious and you are sure to enjoy it. One way is by making a great guacamole from scratch so you are sure of your ingredients. But you have to remember not to eat too much avocado since a cup of avocado has about 235 calories.
Berries - These fruits are just bursting with health and anti aging benefits. They are rich in Vitamin C, calcium, folate, magnesium and many other vital minerals your body needs to keep you on the go every day. Plus, they have powerful antioxidants such as flavonoids that can fight the formation of AGEs (Advanced Glycation Endproducts). Adding berries is a must have to your diet.
Nuts - These are your good source of protein and good fats, such as the heart-friendly Omega-3s. While eating nuts is good for you, you shouldn't "go nuts over them". Don't eat too many nuts since they are high in calorie content. A handful is usually a good amount for a serving. It is best that you eat them unsalted.