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Suzanne Joy Stuart, LMT MTI CHT CHt PhD ND
Naturopathic Doctor / Holistic Nutritionist
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AGE FIGHTING FOODS
Buy Organic foods and beverages rather than non-organic and GMO foods, they contain harmful chemicals, pesticides or toxins, which are harmful to your health.
Blueberries are the fresh fruit that contain the highest level of antioxidants. These antioxidants, including vitamins C, E, and A play a key role in keeping the skin protected from free radical damage. They also produce collagen, reduce inflammation, and have even been proven to improve memory.
SALMON - Wild Caught NOT Farm Raised.
Salmon has one of the highest levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, and one of the lowest mercury levels. Omega-3 fats are important in all-around healthcare because they neutralize free radicals, can lower the chances of heart disease, and can have incredible benefits for the skin.
DRY RED WINE and SEEDED Red or Purple GRAPES
Well, not the wine exactly...this hidden gem lies in the grapes. The skin of the red grapes used to create wine or grape juice contain a powerful anti-aging agent called resveratrol. Resveratrol stimulates collagen production by activating a protein called sirtuin. The body is tricked into a state of defense, where the skin and body constantly repairs themselves and will actually extend your life.
FLAX SEED OIL
It can be difficult to find or afford a great source of Omega-3-rich fish that also have low mercury levels. A great alternative is seeking out plants and oils such as perilla, or flax seed oil. Flax seed oil has one of the highest Omega-3 contents of any other source known. Flax seed oil will smooth and hydrate the skin if applied directly, or can treat cases of inflammation from the inside-out if ingested.
SPINACH and KALE and other dark green leafy vegetables.
Many green, leafy vegetables such as spinach are surprisingly good for your skin. Spinach is a great source of antioxidants...antioxidants like lutin, zeaxanthin, and vitamins C, A, K and E. Spinach must be eaten raw or steamed. Cooked spinach can promote oxalic acid creating in kidney stones. Spinach boosts the body's immune system and will have a wondrous effect on your skin.
White tea has been around for centuries, and its health benefits are no secret. This precious brew is known to actually extend your lifespan, and if drank enough, white tea will surely give you a youthful appearance along the way. The tea has powerful antioxidants which will protect your DNA from free radical damage, while reducing stress to further its skincare capabilities.
Avocado has been long known as a great anti-aging food, highly due to its vitamin E, potassium, and other antioxidant content. Avocado will give your skin a youthful radiance. It has even been proven to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, so there are numerous alternative reasons to incorporate avocado into your diet.
DARK BITTER CHOCOLATE ( The less sugar the higher the quality, preferably 79% chocolate or higher.)
Dark chocolate is full of antioxidants that will put a stop to premature aging quick. The cocoa will actually help maintain the healthy function of blood vessels which can possibly lower the risk of high blood pressure and diabetes.
CACAO is the pure raw "chocolate" prior to processing into cocoa and is healthier than cocoa, which has been treated.
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