Foods That Help You Look 10 Years Younger

20:25' 23-11-2017
Healthy eating habits are the foundation of good health, physical development and spirit. Proper nutrition will protect our body from diseases and make our skin smoother and whiter.

    Aging

    We cannot compete against the effects of time and age that make our skin rougher. Give your body the right foods to minimise the aging process of the skin. Also, eat a variety of foods that are rich in fibre and vitamins A and C to prevent skin pigmentation and retain your youthful look. Some simple foods with these features are chocolate, bell peppers and parsley.

    Cancer

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    According to many studies, some foods can protect the body and prevent the growth of breast cancer cells. In particular, broccoli contains indole-3-carbinol, an antioxidant with great health benefits. Mushrooms and green tea are also good for the overall development of the breast.

    Bones

    Calcium is the most essential element for the development of teeth and bone structure. Cheese, cabbage and orange juice are very necessary for the body to absorb calcium, making bones strong and supple. You should also expose your skin to sunlight to provide the vitamin D you need for a healthy and toned body.

    Fertility

    A study by researchers at Cleveland Clinic shows that the reproductive function plays a vital role in producing offspring. For women, good fertility and hormonal balance are determined by consuming foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin E and vitamin C.

    Body mass

    Protein is very important to ensure healthy development. If you want to lose weight, you should not completely remove proteins from your daily diet, because this will cause nutritional deficiency, wrinkles, and lack of vitality. Remember to eat more vegetables, less meat and fat, and drink plenty of water to help your body develop normally.

    Immunity

    Women should consume up to 0.4mg of folic acid (vitamin B9) every day, especially during pregnancy. The acid helps the body produce and maintain new cells, keep emotional balance and boost the immune system. It is found in avocado, carrot and red radish, as well as broccoli and most green leafy vegetables.

    Phung Nguyen

     

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