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Foods that rejuvenate
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According to many studies and research, people who consume antioxidants have younger skin. However, the following questions arise:
What can we do for our body becomes antioxidants? Does eating certain foods can help in this case?:
Indeed the daily intake of certain fruits and vegetables can help our skin look younger, smoother and healthier. Here are some of these foods:
Fruits that rejuvenate
Plum: The plum purple and red substances contain antioxidants like anthocyanins from the group of bioflavonoids that stop the premature aging of cells. It also contains beta carotene which is converted into vitamin A, which holds, among other properties, the skin young and healthy. It can be consumed raw in fruit salads as well as smoothies and juices.
Lemon: Because the lemon contains lots of vitamin C, beta carotene and other antioxidant compounds such as limonene helps strengthen the immune system and is considered an ally of the skin. Preferably should be consumed as a beverage and adding drops on salads. In the case of juices or juices, it is important to consume as soon as extracted from the fruit, because it loses the vitamin C that evaporates relatively easily.
Berries: such as blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries Several investigations have shown that anthocyanins, the pigment responsible for the color of these fruits, it has great antioxidant, which helps reduce premature aging.
These berries are also rich in vitamin C and beta carotene. Therefore, protect skin against free radicals, substances resulting from sun exposure, the snuff and stress and damage cells. You can eat fresh berries, fruit salads, juices, smoothies, yoghurts and desserts.
Watermelon: This fruit contains carotenoids such as lycopene and a high percentage of water, which hydrates the skin internally. You can eat fresh watermelon in smoothies and fruit salads.
Apple: The apple flavonoids provides a good option making it anti-aging. Usually, you can eat raw, in shell, in fruit salads, smoothies and juices at home.
Melon: contains a high percentage of water, beta carotene and vitamin C which, as already mentioned, are natural anti-aging agents also promote the repair and good condition of the skin. You can take fresh, fruit salads, smoothies, juices and even ham as input.
Kiwi: this fruit is rich in vitamin C, even more than oranges, and also has beta carotene and other antioxidant substances that protect against free radicals. It is important to note that vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, which is the major protein component of connective tissue of the body and helps the skin look fresh. It can be consumed raw in fruit salads, in smoothies and desserts.
Purple Grape: This fruit has green pigments that fight damaging free radicals, among other tissues, the skin. We recommend eating both the skin and seed are concentrated these protective substances.
Orange: Because their components are very similar to lemon acts as rejuvenation of the cells and tissues, keeping the skin young and healthy. It is advisable to consume whole, fresh-squeezed juice and smoothies.
Plants that rejuvenate
The vegetables should be eaten raw or steamed to retain their vitamins. If you prefer to boil them, you must do so in a covered container for a little while. Here are plants that help prevent premature aging.
Spinach: This vegetable contains beta-carotene, vitamin C (if consumed raw) and a pigment called lutein with protective action against free radicals. Preferably should be consumed raw in salads or steamed.
Cucumber: Cucumber skin greatly benefits both internally and externally. If applied to the skin, aid, moisturizers and anti-inflammatory properties, to keep it fresh. If ingested, the body incorporates important elements such as water, and carotenoids, is recommended to consume fresh salad.
Peppers: (green, red and yellow) are rich in vitamin C, which prevents premature aging and deterioration of the structure of the skin, and carotenoids. You can eat them fresh in salads, grilled or stuffed.
Broccoli: This vegetable contains provitamin A, beta-carotene, and lutein, which interact to combat premature aging of cells. Cooked consumption is advised.
Tomato: The main color of tomatoes, lycopene is a carotenoid that helps maintain healthy skin. We recommend eating in salads, sauces and soups.
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