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6 Superfoods to Start Incorporating Into Your Diet for Anti-Aging

You’ve heard the phrase ‘You are what you eat’ – so it’s time to eat right!

1. Avocado

We promise you that all the rave amongst millennials with this uprising superfood is definitely worth it. Jam-packed with inflammation-fighting fatty acids and antioxidants, they promote smooth and supple skin while boosting your immune system. The high content of vitamin A in avocados can aid in shedding dead skin cells which can result in glowing skin.

2. Dark Chocolate

Yes, we assure you that you can age gracefully with dark chocolate. Cocoa beans have been proven to be rich in antioxidants and contain “flavanols” which absorb UV radiation. Hence you can look to protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun while snacking on a healthier option than your usual chocolates.

3. Collagen Protein

Fun fact: Your skin is your biggest organ (if you didn’t already know). It only deserves to be fed the best to feel the best. Including collagen-rich foods or supplements in your diet can help to slow down the process of ageing and improve skin elasticity. Alternatively, certain biostimulatory dermal fillers can also help hold back the years by boosting the natural production of collagen for a more refreshed appearance.

4. Sweet Potato

This tasty treat can serve to kick those smile lines and wrinkles to the curb. Rich in Vitamin A, sweet potatoes can contribute to youthful skin by revitalising collagen production. Simply add them to your diet by baking it or whip up a sweet potato toast topped with some smashed avocados!

5. Sesame Seeds

We’re not talking about your McSpicy burgers sandwiched between sesame seed buns, we’re talking about sprinkling them over delectable salads or poké bowls! Benefitting you down to the bones, sesame seeds are known to be full of goodness like calcium and iron which can also retain skin moisture.

6. Nuts

We all know the never-ending health benefits nuts serve to offer. These nutty goodies are also rich in Vitamin E which help to retain skin moisture and repair tissues. Not to mention, hyaluronic acid fillers are great alternatives that aid in skin hydration and double up to restore facial volume too. Do nut say we didn’t tell you!

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