8 Anti-Ageing Foods for Glowing Skin


Papaya is a delicious superfood and anti-ageing agent that is rich in antioxidants, vitamins A, C, K, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and minerals that minimize fine lines and wrinkles, keeping the skin youthful always. The variety of antioxidants in papaya help fight free radicals and delay signs of ageing. Papaya contains an enzyme called papain, which provides significant benefits by helping your body shed dead skin cells, leaving you with bright and healthy skin!



Blueberries are a low-sugar fruit, rich in vitamins A and C, along with the goodness of antioxidants. Blueberries contain an antioxidant called anthocyanin, which gives it its beautiful blue colour. Berries supply essential nutrients to fight free radicals that are damaging to our body. Have a bowl full of berries as an anti-ageing dessert as an alternative instead of unhealthy sugary high-calorie foods. You can also have it in your breakfast bowls, muffins, pancakes, morning smoothie, or as toppings on your desserts!


Green Tea

Green tea is an age-old drink for good health and radiant skin. Two cups of green tea every day could work wonders for your overall life expectancy. Green tea is loaded with powerful antioxidants called flavonoids that resist DNA damage caused by deadly chemicals. If consumed on a daily basis, it can reverse cellular damage, decrease stress and increase the longevity of cells. Green tea bags can be dabbed on the skin or used as eye bags for a refreshing look.

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Broccoli is an anti-ageing powerhouse packed with antioxidants, fibre, calcium, vital vitamins like C and K. Vitamin C is required by the body for the production of collagen, which promotes skin strength and elasticity. You can try broccoli raw in salads, sauté for a quick snack, or just steam before eating. You can also add it with pesto sauces, and avail of its many health benefits.

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Spinach is hydrating and loaded with antioxidants that replenish essentials in the entire body. Spinach has loads of phytonutrients that protect skin from sun damage. It has beta-carotene+lutein which improves skin elasticity. It’s also rich in vitamins A, C, E, and K. Vitamin C enhances collagen production that keeps the skin firm whereas vitamin A helps make hair strong and shiny. You can add spinach to a smoothie, salad, or sauté along with veggies and enjoy with your favourite recipes.

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Nuts are a fantastic source of protein, fibre, healthy fats, and micronutrients and help keep the brain active. You can have nuts on top of your salads, muesli, toast, or as a standalone snack. Walnuts are the perfect snack for anti-ageing because of the amount of omega-3 in just a handful. These omega-3 fatty acids act as longevity tools and help in strengthening skin membranes, improving cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease and also preventing dementia. Also, almonds are a great source of vitamin E, which helps repair skin tissue, retain moisture, and provide protection from harmful UV rays. 



Avocados are healthy fats that promote supple skin, betters immune system and prevent the negative effects of ageing. They contain numerous vital nutrients like vitamins K, C, E, and A, B, potassium that aids in shedding dead skin cells, promoting gorgeous skin and helping your body stay youthful for longer. The high content of vitamin A in avocados assists the body in getting rid of toxins and lessens damage from the sun’s rays and thereby, protects the skin against skin cancers. You can have it in your salads, smoothies, top your toast, make some guacamole or have it as a snack.


Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes contain an antioxidant called beta-carotene which gets converted into vitamin A which improves skin elasticity, making skin more soft and lively. It also helps in fighting fine lines and wrinkles thereby revitalizing the skin. Along with vitamin A, this root vegetable also contains vitamins C and E — which keep the harmful free radicals at bay and improve the overall health of the skin. Sweet potatoes are a low calories vegetable that add a sweet taste to your dishes. You can have this complex carbohydrate baked, topped with veggies or chilli, or replace the usual potatoes in your daily recipes.


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Shreya Paul
Moody, Floaty, Fire & DESIRE!


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