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Eat Foods That Contain These 5 Things To Fight Aging

When it comes to anti-aging, it can be tempting to rely on skin creams or special products to look younger. However, there’s an easier and cheaper way to age gracefully, and it’s as simple as eating the right foods.

Keeping a healthy diet can help fight wrinkles, moisturize your skin and and even protect against UV damage.

If you want to fight aging from the inside out, try incorporating foods that include these five nutrients.

1. Antioxidants

Antioxidants are chemicals that help fight against cell-damage from environmental factors such as UV rays, smoking, and unhealthy foods.

Nutrients such as vitamin C and vitamin E help protect against sun damage, boost collagen levels and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Antioxidant-rich foods include many fruits and vegetables, coffee, tea, nuts and oil.

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2. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Found in fatty fish such as tuna, salmon and sardines as well as in foods such as flaxseed, walnuts, and chia seeds, this nutrient is responsible for bolstering the cell membrane of your skin, which helps keep in moisture. This helps prevent wrinkles and improves your skin’s texture.

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3. Amino Acids

Amino acids from protein sources strengthens your skin’s connective tissue, which helps improve elasticity and repair skin damage. Good sources of amino acids include meat, fish, eggs, tofu some grains, nuts and seeds.

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4. Phytoceramides

Found in foods such as brown rice, wheat, and spinach, phytoceramides increase your body’s collagen and elastin production, which can keep skin firm and wrinkle-free.

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5. Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are not only good for your gut, but for your skin as well. Probiotic-rich foods such as miso, yogurt, and sauerkraut help to fight bacteria and boost your immune system, which can help keep your skin looking healthy and fresh.

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