To Keep Young or to Keep Aging (Anonymous)


Spinach contains the pigment lutein, present in the retina, which helps maintain the health of the eye.
contain the anti-oxidant lycopene, which can protect the skin from UV damage from the sun.
Purple or red berries
- such as blueberries, raspberries and strawberries - are full of anthocyanins which can help protect against diabetes, heart disease and cancer, and help maintain strong arteries.
Oily fish,
such as fresh water salmon, herring, mackerel and sardines, and also flax seeds and linseeds, are the main source of omega-3 fatty acids, which can delay the ageing process of the skin.
drinking more aids digestion and elimination; drinking too little can harm the complexion.


Carbonated drinks
- along with tea, coffee, sugar, red meat aand alcohol - can push the body's balance towards the acidic, meaning that alkaline minerals (such as calcium) are removed from bone stores to balance it, weakening the bones. Restricting them may help you keep stronger bones.
Nightshade vegetables
- potatoes, tomatoes, challis, aubergine annd peppers - while often healthy in other respects, contain a chemical that studies suggest can activate pain and inflammation associated with arthritis. Avoiding these foods may help reduce it.
Refined carbohydrates
- such as white bread, white rice, sugary ccereals, pasta and noodles - contribute to the development of type II diabetes, which accelerates the ageing process and, if not controlled, can lead to a wide range of other health problems.

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