Beauty Tips: If you want to hold age, then include these things in diet, old age will not come...


In the rush of life, due to the burden of responsibilities, the shoulders have to bow down and the person is unable to pay attention to his health. Due to busy work and fatigue, it becomes difficult to pay attention to health and old age starts coming soon. To avoid this, you should include such things in your diet, which along with benefiting health, help in making the skin look young. In old age, it is necessary to consume a diet rich in antioxidants, healthy fats, water and essential nutrients. A healthy diet also helps in keeping the skin healthy. Today in this episode, we are going to give you information about some such diets. Let's know about them...


You can consume spinach as an anti-ageing food. Spinach is rich in vitamin C, selenium, carotenoids, omega-3 fatty acids and flavonoid properties. All these nutrients prove to help fight free-radicals. Along with this, the skin can be protected from the problem caused by sunlight. To overcome the problem of growing age, you can consume spinach vegetables, spinach juice or other dishes daily. This will benefit you a lot.

Broccoli also has anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties. Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and various antioxidants and proteins present in it help in keeping the skin healthy. Steam it raw like a salad and include it in your diet. The body needs vitamin C for the production of collagen. By consuming this vegetable, the immunity remains strong and the skin always looks young.


Avocado is rich in fatty acids, which are effective in reducing inflammation. Its use can reduce the signs of ageing on the skin. It is rich in various types of nutrients like Vitamin K, C, B, E, and A, such as Potassium. Vitamin A present in avocados helps remove dead cells from the skin. At the same time, a carotenoid is present in it, which protects you from the harmful rays of the sun. You can consume it as an anti-ageing food. It can be effective in reducing skin inflammation, redness and wrinkles.

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