5 Ways to Fight Back at Aging

Aging is a process everyone will encounter. However, everyone still has a choice within it. You could either let wrinkles and aching bones come and go whenever they want. Or, prevent them from happening at all. Certain foods can assist with prevention. Take a look.

1.) Pineapples


Pineapples fight aging when consumed or directly applied to the skin. The antioxidants and enzymes found in pineapples reduce the chances of dreaded wrinkles.

2.) Red Wine


Yes, don’t let aging stop you from having a second glass of wine. Resveratrol is a compound found in the skin of red grapes used in red wine. Studies have proclaimed this compound to be the “fountain of youth” that slows down aging.

3.) Yogurt


Aging is not always about looks, it’s also about how you feel. Yogurt is plentiful in calcium, vitamin D, and protein. Your aging bones need these nutrients to keep working properly.

4.) Tumeric


If you are always frowning those wrinkles will come quickly. Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant champ. These two nutrients are known to keep skin rejuvenated and show improvement in depression and post-traumatic disorders.

5.) Ghee Butter


Aging may bring restlessness, therefore lean on ghee butter for that energy boost. Ghee butter improves eye health and clears discolorations in the skin. This butter is best consumed in baked goods, as a cooking oil replacement, and in your morning coffee.

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