Antioxidants help protect against free radicals that can damage cells and contribute to aging. Include plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds in your diet.
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish, nuts, and seeds can reduce inflammation and promote healthy aging.
Processed foods and sugar can contribute to inflammation and accelerate aging. Focus on whole, nutrient-dense foods instead.
Drinking enough water helps keep your skin and organs healthy, and can even improve cognitive function.
As we age, our metabolism slows down, making it easier to gain weight. Practice portion control to maintain a healthy weight.
Studies suggest that fasting or time-restricted eating can improve cellular function and promote healthy aging. Talk to your doctor before starting a new eating pattern.