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As we all know it is impossible to avoid the passage of time. But it is up to each one of us to take care of the body so that it looks healthy both inside and outside. Remember that your mood is reflected in your appearance; The foods you eat are key influencers.

Anti Aging Foods

Anti Aging Foods

There are many foods that help the body to fight the aging process. Besides slowing it down, they help to have a smooth, youthful, and wrinkle-free skin. Some of these foods are very cheap and you may even eat them regularly. The idea is that you include them more in your daily diet and that of your family.

So, what are anti-aging foods?

The anti-aging foods are those foods that contain a large amount of antioxidants, in addition to other nutrients. Take them into account and enjoy the many benefits they offer, you will achieve a healthy body inside and out.

The anti-aging super-foods

Integral rice

it is considered one of the best anti-aging foods, rich in fiber which improves your intestinal transit and makes you feel more satiated. It contains more vitamins, minerals, and proteins than white rice; It also consists of more than 70 antioxidants of the family of vitamin E (tocotrienols), which reduce excess cholesterol and proanthocyanidins, improving circulation.

It also contains

  • Gamma-oryzanol – This is a phytosterol that promotes muscle growth)
  • Alpha lipoic acid, a very powerful antioxidant that will help in detoxifying your liver.
  • Glutathione peroxidase, a depurative and a coenzyme Q 10 that will give your body vitality.


One of the great anti-aging foods is oats, due to its antioxidant compounds and its fiber content; they are the richest cereal in proteins and fiber. Oats contains phosphorus, calcium, potassium, vitamins B and K. Selenium, vitamin E, and the enzyme superoxide dismutase make the cereal a great antioxidant; they block free radicals and reduces the incidence of degenerative diseases of the heart, arthritis, etc.

Green and white tea

White tea and green tea are rich in polyphenols, flavonoids (catechins, 100 times more antioxidants than vitamin C and 25 times more than vitamin E) and vitamins A, C and E. White tea, being the least processed, loses less antioxidants, that’s why it’s called “the beauty tea”


Algae are the only anti-aging foods that have developed strong antioxidant systems in response to the extreme conditions in which they exist. They contain mycosporins (amino acids) that absorb ultraviolet radiation in addition to antioxidants, chlorophyll, carotenes, polyphenols, polysaccharides, and vitamins E and C.


Avocado is one of the anti-aging foods that provide antioxidants and fatty acids to keep you healthy and fight against aging.  Its monounsaturated fatty acids help control blood sugar and cholesterol while vitamin C prevents aging and facilitates the absorption of vitamins E, K and B 9. This fruit also contains lutein (yellow antioxidant also found in egg yolk, carrots, and spinach) that works as a sunscreen, protecting from loss of vision. Combined with raw vegetables (in a salad for example) it multiplies by 4 the absorption of lycopene (a pigment that gives the red color to tomatoes and watermelons), by 2.6 beta carotene (precursor of vitamin A in carrots) and by 5.1 lutein.


Salmon is one of the anti-aging foods with fatty acids and antioxidants to keep you healthy and fight against aging.  It is also one of the anti-aging foods richest in omega-3. Its amount of minerals is 25 times greater than any other food of animal origin, as well as its vitamins D, E and A. Its intense color is due to astaxanthin, 10 times more antioxidants than other carotenoids. This antioxidant is very versatile since it can control more than 19 free radicals at the same time (vitamin C or E only handle one at a time); prevents and treats age-related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts and eye fatigue.

Other anti-aging foods include;

Garlic: In addition to its antioxidant properties, garlic helps strengthen the immune system and prevent certain types of cancer. Garlic contains among its ingredients two main products that are responsible for acting in favor of health, it is allicin and diallyl sulfide.

Broccoli: It has a large  amount of vitamins, cleansing, and anticancer properties.

Tomatoes: They help reduce cholesterol, and prevent infections.

Cranberries: They are attributed antibiotic and anti-inflammatory effects.

Grapes: They have diuretic, circulatory and depurative properties.

Cherries: They provide a large number of vitamins and are a mild laxative.

Kiwis: They have a high content of vitamin C which protects the health of the arteries and consequently the heart.

Legumes:  They are a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins, and essential minerals.

Argan:  This Moroccan oil is full of vitamins and antioxidants. Argan oil is a great oil to use topically and also to eat.

Cocoa: It has a high content of magnesium. Acts as a natural mood regulator and improves concentration.

All these foods have the ability to prevent the degeneration and death of cells. They fight against agents harmful to our body. Although, they alone will not be able to take full responsibility. To even get better results consider raising your HGH levels and NAD by taking HGH supplements such as genf20 Plus and Somatropinne in addition to intermittent fasting and exercising.


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