Do you want to look younger for longer? Here is what to eat
Many of us get scared at the idea aging. While we appreciate more confidence, perspective and wisdom that often comes with age, there’s something unnerving about being able to feel and see your body shift in new and unexpected ways. However we must stay positive and while the process of looking older is natural and accepting this is important, there are things that we can do to strengthen and nourish our bodies as we age. One solid approach is through food. Here are some foods that have been found to contribute to healthy aging, inside and out.
Watercress is a tasty green often sprinkled on soup, salads and sandwiches. it’s packed full of Vitamin K which has been shown to be protective against multiple age-related diseases, including osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. What’s more, watercress also boasts anticarcinogenic properties through its protective effect against DNA damage.