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14 July 2015

Tips to move old age


A balanced and proper diet not only makes the body healthier but also helps to alleviate the symptoms of aging. Some foods are rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals, which help fight many problems. It also helps to keep the skin and body young. Let's know the tips.





  • Cauliflower, broccoli, and other vegetables provide protection against disease. The beta carotene, isothiocyanates, etc. found in these vegetables help to prevent cancer. Its regular consumption helps to make people look younger even in old age. 
  • Yogurt helps digestion. Various studies have shown that yogurt contains live bacteria. Being a good source of calcium, it protects against osteoporosis. It keeps the skin young. 
  • Fruits are good for the stomach. It also maintains the beauty of the skin. It keeps away many diseases. It is rich in Vitamin A and Antioxidants. 
  • Persimmons, mangoes, oranges, sugarcane, etc. are rich in Vitamin-C, Beta Carotene, and Enzymes. It helps indigestion. Also, it helps to keep the skin young. 
  • Fruits like apples and strawberries contain soluble fiber. It lowers blood sugar. Blocking the enzymes used by cancer cells. It is rich in antioxidants, which prolongs life. 
  •  Soy, flour, milk, and tofu produced from soybean are rich in calcium. These include meningitis, which has been shown to reduce the risk of certain types of cancer. It also helps to keep the body young. 
  • Oranges, seasonal, grapes, lemons, etc. are rich in vitamins. It also contains bioplabonide and limonene. It inhibits the carcinogenic substance that causes cancer. Adequate amounts of antioxidants are found in all these things. Which pushes old age away. 
  • Golbhenda contains an element called lycopene, which is a type of carotenoid. It stimulates the immune system. It also contains fumaric acid and chlorogenic acid. It helps to get rid of carcinogens. Eating goulash always makes the skin look young and radiant. 

  • Source: New Magazine