Modern Aging Tips

#4 - Food 101

It’s common knowledge the foods we put into our bodies have a profound effect on our overall health.

Taking into account how much more quickly we lose those vitamins and nutrients as we age, it quickly becomes clear: what we eat, and even sometimes how we eat it, plays a huge role in how much we represent our age in our physical appearance.


Here are some common food items high in many nutrients which help with your anti-aging goals:

  • Watermelon
  • Oranges
  • Avocado
  • Lean Beef
  • Salmon
  • Grapes
  • Greek Yogurt

A healthy diet is key to feeling and looking your best at any age.

Foods that are high in nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats help boost our immune systems, fight free-radicals, and reduce inflammation. Your skin needs vitamins and antioxidants just like the rest of your body.


Some key nutrients for a healthy smooth and glowing complexion include:

  • Vitamin A - Best age fighter. This has been clinically shown to reduce wrinkles, fade brown spots and discoloration, and smooth roughness.
  • B Vitamins – Reduce redness and boost hydration. Vitamin B3, in particular, has been proven to Increase production of ceramides (a type of lipid found in the cell membrane of cells) and fatty acids, two key components of your skin’s outer protective barrier.
  • Vitamin C – Helps prevent and reduce sun spots. Improves skin texture and promotes a clear even complexion. Firms the skin as well.
  • Vitamin E – For moisture, UV protection and to ease dryness. Neutralizes free-radicals and defends against damage.
  • Vitamin K – For clear bright eyes and to prevent and reduce dark circles.

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