Fall Foods With an Anti-Aging Boost

 In Anti-Aging, Nutrition

Foods with antioxidants are known to provide big anti-aging benefits ranging from younger-looking skin to prevention of age-related diseases. As fall approaches, it is the perfect time to add antioxidant-rich seasonal foods to your diet. These fall foods are delicious and full of the good stuff your body needs to feel better and look younger.

All those ripe apples that are ready to be picked this time of year aren’t just for apple pie. They contain high levels of beneficial antioxidants, plus apples are packed with fiber. Reaching for an apple can curb your hunger while providing benefits to your skin, making apples a handy, healthy, good-for-you snack anytime. The old adage that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” isn’t far from the truth!

It isn’t fall without pumpkin and squash, and you may be surprised to learn that these iconic fall picks are packed full of beneficial nutrients. Pumpkin boasts beta-carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E, all of which help reduce inflammation and bring a youthful glow to your skin, while squash is packed with vitamin A.

If you can’t wait to eat delicious fall dishes made with sweet potatoes, then you are in luck because these super food superstars taste good and are packed with nutrients. Just one sweet potato has plenty of vitamins A, C, and B, fiber, potassium, and iron. All those ingredients are great for your skin. Plus, the antioxidants in sweet potatoes go after the free radicals in your body that would otherwise cause damage and speed the aging process.

Pomegranates can be found in everything lately, from yogurt to juice, and for good reason. The juicy seeds within a pomegranates tough outer casing contain fiber, vitamin C and potassium. They also have polyphenols, an antioxidant that may reduce your risk of heart disease and some cancers.

Don’t overlook carrots as a source of anti-aging nutrients, either. This old standby may actually contain some of the more beneficial nutrients your body needs, including a healthy dose of alpha-carotene, an antioxidant that may prevent diseases like cancer, and beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A in the body and gives eye health a boost.

Now is a great time to get outside and enjoy the changing of the seasons. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, reach for one of these hard-working fall foods for an anti-aging healthy treat.

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