Want To Look And Feel Younger? Eat These Foods

Want To Look And Feel Younger? Eat These Foods

Aging can be promoted by inflammation, starchy carbs, rancid oils, chemicals in packaged foods, oxidants, insufficient vitamin and mineral intake, high blood glucose levels, oils high in omega-6 fatty acid, and unhealthy gut flora. All of these can be reduced or eliminated through proper diet.

Here the foods recommended for you if you want to stay younger looking and feeling healthy:

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is an ingredient that can keep you looking young and healthy. It has many uses, such as for cooking, for treating dry skin, and for personal care products. You must use cold-pressed, virgin, and unrefined coconut oil.


Offal refers to the heart, kidneys, tripe, liver, and tongue of the animals. As compared to muscle meat, offal is more affordable and offers a lot of benefits. Just make sure that it comes from pastured animals.

Fatty Fish

Omega-3 fatty acids can be found in fatty fish, such as sardines, salmon, and lake trout. These fatty acids offer anti-aging benefits and also help prevent serious illnesses including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and heart diseases.

Sea Vegetables

Healthy minerals, like iodine, can be found in sea vegetables. Iodine is needed to keep your thyroid gland healthy. Sea vegetables are often used as a base for pasta, stir-fries, and casseroles.

Local, Raw, Unfiltered Honey

This type of honey is the best. Just opt for those unprocessed and full of nutrients. Honey is anti-microbial and anti-allergenic.


Shellfish provides high amounts of zinc, which is needed in boosting the immune system and preventing infections, particularly in older people. Eat more mussels, shrimp, crab, clams, lobster, oyster, and scallops.

Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are essential for keeping the gut healthy. Kefir, a fermented food, serves as probiotic, which is needed to good gut bacteria and help keep the digestive system healthy, enhance mental health, and maintain a healthy weight. Yogurt, on the other hand, is beneficial to gut bacteria but is not as good as kefir because it does not cause bacteria to thrive well. Kombucha, natto, miso, sauerkraut, and lactose-fermented vegetables are some other fermented foods.

Other Ways To Look And Feel Younger

Diet is not the only way wherein you can look and feel young. Lifestyle changes must also be made in order to fight the negative effects of aging.

Some things you might want to consider in fighting signs of aging are getting enough sleep and reducing stress since these two are linked to cortisol levels. Your cortisol levels increase when you are too stressed and don’t get enough sleep. This is not good for your body that is why you need to reduce stress in your life by meditating, getting a massage, and enhancing your time-management skills.

Moreover, exercising should also be considered if you want to look younger. Enroll yourself in yoga classes or try to go to the gym three to four times a week. Lift weights and do some sprints.



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