Experts have listed 10 products, the consumption of which will have a positive effect on the state of the body and appearance.
According to experts, tomatoes will help improve the appearance of the skin, as they contain the antioxidant lycopene. Thanks to him, as well as vitamins A and C, tomatoes have an effect that renews the skin of the face.
“Studies have shown that after three months of daily consumption of vegetables, the protection of the skin from ultraviolet radiation increases by 33% and the aging process slows down,” the experts assured.
Tomatoes will help improve the appearance of the skin, as they contain the antioxidant lycopene.
In addition, green tea will be useful, which has a beneficial effect not only on the skin, but also on the blood vessels.
Salmon is also named another important product for maintaining youth. According to experts, the fact is that it is fortified with omega-3 and can slow down the breakdown of collagen, making the skin more elastic.
Also, experts advise eating broccoli and nuts. The first, for example, perfectly fights inflammatory processes in the body, contains iron and zinc, and nuts, thanks to antioxidants, vitamins A, E, B6, B12, improve the condition of the skin, protecting it from ultraviolet radiation.
You should also pay attention to olive oil, blueberries, lettuce and dark chocolate. All of them are rich in microelements and vitamins useful for the skin.
Previously, a nutritionist told us which foods affect life expectancy and help slow down aging.
According to the specialist, one of the leaders among such products is green tea, since it contains a lot of antioxidants that trigger metabolic processes in the body.
According to experts, for fast cell renewal and regeneration, you need to regularly eat exotic monk fruit. A perennial herbaceous vine grows in southern China and northern Thailand.
Scientists have found that monk fruit not only rejuvenates the body, but also helps against coughs and headaches.
The first study of the arhat was done by the scholars J. Weidman Groff and Ho Hin Cheng in 1938. Scientists found that the Chinese used the fruit as the main ingredient in “cold drinks” and to fight colds and fevers.
The extract obtained from the fruit of the plant is 300 times sweeter than sugar, so monk fruit is widely used as a natural and low-calorie sweetener for drinks, and is also used in traditional Chinese medicine.