9 Food That Will Make You Biologically Younger

9 Food That Will Make You Biologically Younger

There’s buzz about blueberries, for instance, for their memory-boosting potential. But berries of all hues are antioxidant-rich, reports Navindra P. Seeram, Ph.D., assistant professor at the University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy in Kingston. That means they combat free radicals, molecules that can cause widespread cell damage and are linked to chronic inflammation. Unlike the inflammation that occurs when you sprain an ankle or strain a muscle, the type that contributes to aging is persistent, and thought to be at the root of most chronic diseases, from cancer, heart disease, and diabetes to Alzheimer’s, arthritis, and osteoporosis. Berries’ beauty bonus: They’re chock-full of vitamin C, another potent antioxidant that may help keep your complexion looking smooth by fighting those pesky (skin-damaging) free radicals.

To keep your vision sharp, set your sights on spinach and other dark leafy greens. These veggies are prime sources of luteinand zeaxanthin, plant pigments that protect your eyes from the harmful effects of ultraviolet light. Leafy greens are also rich in vitamin K, a nutrient that plays a role in reducing bone loss and preventing fractures.

A new study has found that adults who eat healthy diets are biologically younger compared with less-nutritious eaters. Read on to learn which foods have ageing experts.

11 Food That Will Make You Biologically Younger


Foods rich in phytochemicals, such as brightly-coloured fruit and vegetables, reduce inflammation and oxidative stress in the body which can damage body cells and tissues leading to ageing..

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