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8 Foods to Add to Your Diet to Prevent Wrinkles

posted in Skin & Body
09/14/2014
  • Pomegranate
Pomegranates contain a host of wrinkle-reducing ingredients: Ellagic acid (a compound that fights free radical damage), punicalagin (a nutrient that has been linked to skin’s collagen preservation), and vitamin C, which helps protect your skin against sun damage.
    Pomegranate
    Pomegranates contain a host of wrinkle-reducing ingredients: Ellagic acid (a compound that fights free radical damage), punicalagin (a nutrient that has been linked to skin’s collagen preservation), and vitamin C, which helps protect your skin against sun damage.
  • Blueberries
Blueberries don’t just boost your mental and cardiovascular health: They’re packed with polyphenols, a powerful antioxidant which help preserve your skin’s collagen and elasticity by fighting free radicals.
    Blueberries
    Blueberries don’t just boost your mental and cardiovascular health: They’re packed with polyphenols, a powerful antioxidant which help preserve your skin’s collagen and elasticity by fighting free radicals.
  • Salmon
This fish is full of wrinkle-fighting omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep your skin moisturized and prevent redness and swelling. Aim to eat one to two servings a week—salmon is great on its own or over a salad—to reap the benefits.
    Salmon
    This fish is full of wrinkle-fighting omega-3 fatty acids, which help keep your skin moisturized and prevent redness and swelling. Aim to eat one to two servings a week—salmon is great on its own or over a salad—to reap the benefits.
  • Kale
It’s no wonder this powerful leafy green has been dubbed a superfood. In addition to all its health benefits, kale contains the wrinkle-fighting antioxidant lutein, iron, which helps get more oxygen to your skin, and vitamin A, which helps fight premature aging.
    Kale
    It’s no wonder this powerful leafy green has been dubbed a superfood. In addition to all its health benefits, kale contains the wrinkle-fighting antioxidant lutein, iron, which helps get more oxygen to your skin, and vitamin A, which helps fight premature aging.
  • Carrots
These veggies are packed with the antioxidant vitamins E and A, as well as bioflavonoids, which can help moisturize your skin. Incorporate them into your diet by snacking on baby carrots a few times a week, or sprinkling shredded ones over a salad.
    Carrots
    These veggies are packed with the antioxidant vitamins E and A, as well as bioflavonoids, which can help moisturize your skin. Incorporate them into your diet by snacking on baby carrots a few times a week, or sprinkling shredded ones over a salad.
  • Apples
A study from the University Paris Descartes found that apple pectin may help promote epidermal growth and fight the appearance of aging in skin. Snack on an apple with nut butter several times a week to max out the effect.
    Apples
    A study from the University Paris Descartes found that apple pectin may help promote epidermal growth and fight the appearance of aging in skin. Snack on an apple with nut butter several times a week to max out the effect.
  • Acai
This berry has high antioxidant levels and has been found to fight superoxide, a skin-damaging free radical. Fresh acai berries can be hard to find, but you can typically find them in your grocery store freezer section. Sprinkle them over yogurt or blend them into a smoothie a few times a week
    Acai
    This berry has high antioxidant levels and has been found to fight superoxide, a skin-damaging free radical. Fresh acai berries can be hard to find, but you can typically find them in your grocery store freezer section. Sprinkle them over yogurt or blend them into a smoothie a few times a week
  • Soy
According to a study published in the European Journal of Nutrition, ingesting soy regularly can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Study participants saw significant results in six months—and they had less dark spots and under eye circles, too!
    Soy
    According to a study published in the European Journal of Nutrition, ingesting soy regularly can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Study participants saw significant results in six months—and they had less dark spots and under eye circles, too!

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