07 March 2012

Garlic, ginger and red wine can help to fight the signs of ageing. This is according to the Times of India newspaper, which today published an online list of its top six anti-ageing foods. The report stated that cruciferous vegetables cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, radish and turnip can help with anti-ageing but that they can also help to protect against cancer. It also listed garlic and ginger as having anti-ageing properties, helping our cells to rejuvenate, as well as being able to aid healthy digestion and fight the flu virus.Red wine is also said to contain antioxidants that can help to surround cells that can cause damage to other, healthy cells, and minimise the damage. Foods rich in fatty acid Omega 3, tomatoes and India gooseberries (Amla) made up the list of six foods. Eating a healthy, balanced diet, and looking after your skin with specialist skincare can help to minimise the visible effects of ageing. See original story here: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/diet/Forever-young-Top-6-anti-aging-foods/articleshow/12173012.cms