There are certain things in life which are inevitable and aging is one of them. How much we try we cannot prevent things which are inevitable in life but can certainly take some precautions to reduce their impact.
Nobody wants to grow old, but as this is not in our hands, we can take some steps to slow down the process of aging.
While there are many ways that research has supported, experts suggest going down the route of an antioxidant-rich diet.
Every nutritionist you visit, one thing that they always recommend is consuming foods like nuts, dark chocolates, cranberries, kidney beans and tomatoes, which are rich in antioxidants.
The product mentioned above will not only slow down the process aging but also reduce the risk of diabetes and heart diseases.
The antioxidants also found to be high in pomegranate, pumpkin seeds, cilantro, blueberries, nuts, kidney beans, cranberries, goji berries.
* The reason that antioxidants are often touted as "anti-aging" compounds is because they help protect from age-related diseases, which are caused in part by free radicals and inflammation. Antioxidants such as alpha lipoic and others found in pine bark and green tea. They produce valuable anti-inflammatory results by increasing circulation and cell metabolism.
* Different antioxidants benefit different parts of the body: Beta carotene is beneficial to eye health. Lycopene is beneficial for helping prostate health. Flavonoids are beneficial for heart health. Spirulina has a variety of antioxidants and other substances that are beneficial in boosting immunity. It helps in enhancing both the non- specific and specific immune system.
* A diet rich in antioxidants is important to keep the speed of ageing low and in maintenance of good health.
* The antioxidants also acts as Immune booster. The minerals such as Polyphenols, Vitamin A, C and E, selenium, that boost immune system are present in fruits mentioned above.