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If you incorporate certain foods into your diet you canexpect an improvement in some areas of your life. The result is that you willlook and feel younger.


Because it is rich in calcium and vitamin K, spinach canprevent calcium deficiency and developing diseases such as osteoporosis (commonfor older women). Furthermore, as a nourishment rich in lutein and zeaxantin,spinach can aid in improving eyesight.


This spice is rich in antioxidant curcumin. This antioxidantprevents development of the sticky protein called “amyloid plaque” that isharmful for brain cells. This way curry prevents development of Alzheimer’sdisease. As an antioxidant, curcumin also fights free radicals.


Tomato is food loaded with lycopene. This nutrient protectsyour skin from dangerous sun rays, and also prevents wrinkles that are resultof damaging effect of the sun. Adding olive oil on the sliced tomato can aidabsorption of lycopene.


Vitamin E is important for keeping you agile and energeticand improving your balance and coordination. The reason for this is it reducesthe toxic impact of free radicals to your muscles and nervous system. Almondsare rich in this vitamin.

Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate can help lower your blood pressure. A small amount of this chocolate daily canprevent the development of some coronary diseases. This is because cocoa isrich in flavonols. This chemical widens your blood vessels and keeps themelastic.


Berries of all types, but particularly blueberries aretremendously rich in antioxidants. They prevent harmful impact of freeradicals. These unstable molecules can cause cell damage and inflammation, andconsequently, diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s,etc. Also, berries are loaded with vitamin C, which can help keep your skinsmooth and young-looking.


If you want to keep or even build up your muscles, you needto consume protein rich food on the daily basis. This food is: red meat,poultry, dairy products, eggs, fish and other seafood.


Since some fish (such as salmon and tuna) are rich inomega-3 fatty acids, it is important to incorporate them in your diet. Fattyacids are important for lowering the risk of inflammation. It also improvesyour mood and boosts your memory. If you don't like fish, you can get omega-3from flaxseed or walnuts.

Whole Grains

Rice, whole wheat, bread, cereals and oats are importantsources of fiber. They are beneficial for your digestive system, keep you fullafter a meal and can prevent diseases such as cancer, diabetes, coronaryproblems, stroke, etc.

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