Top four anti-aging foods you should include in your diet 

Top four anti-aging foods you should include in your diet 

Many people wonder about how they could contribute to themself in order to live a longer and healthier life. Among many healthy daily habits, exercises, and masks, you can also take note of these foods that you can add to your meals. After all, we are what we eat.

If your aim is to avoid the evidence of the passage of time, you need to know that chronic and degenerative diseases are driven by bad feeding habits. We have to keep in mind that antioxidants such as vitamins C and E, provitamin A, and the minerals zinc and selenium help in the formation of collagen, present in the structure of the skin, bones, and organs. here are 4 foods that we should eat more of to take full advantage of their age-defying properties.


Originated in China thousands of years ago, Tempeh is a fermented food that has become a very popular food in the West with the rise of plant-based diets. Tempeh can be made with any legume with a high protein level like black soybeans or chickpeas. It can be complemented with quinoa, millet, and other cereals or with seaweed. Besides, it is a source of probiotics, it's also a great food for our gut. 

Green tea matcha has antioxidants! // Ph: Freepik

Green Tea Matcha

It is a very well-known antioxidant because of its high levels of chlorophyll and minerals. Matcha is well-known for its anti-aging and energizing properties. And it is very easily prepared! 

Walnuts have high levels of Omega 3


They present high levels of Omega-3, that have anti-inflammatory action. If you cannot digest walnuts very well, you can soak them overnight. This will also increase some of their benefits. While we should not consume more than a handful per day (they are very high in calories), the fat found in walnuts is great for our skin and nails!

Sunflower seeds

They contain healthy fats and Vitamin E that delay the passage of time. You can toast them and sprinkle them over a salad or add them to your favorite smoothie. Sunflower seeds also help lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar as they contain magnesium, protein,  linoleic fatty acids, and several other plant compounds.

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