Skin Care: 20 Anti-Aging Foods for Your Skin
The term ‘aging’ relates to degeneration of the body due to damage occurring to the macromolecules, cells, tissues and organs. Considering this, when a food is said to have anti-aging properties, it has one or more of the possible anti-aging mechanisms:
a. Periodically replacing the damaged tissue with a healthy one.
b. Bringing about the molecular repair of degenerated cells and tissues.
c. Anti-oxidation i.e. decreasing the rate of free radical production and the subsequent damage to cell DNA.
Shamita Gupte and Hiral Sejpal, dietician, Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai gives us a list of 20 anti-aging food that will keep those wrinkles at bay.
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