Nutritionists have named avocado, spinach and fish the secret of youthfulness in men after 50 years writes Eat This Not That !.
According to nutritional consultant Rachel Fine, one such food is avocado, which can be used in a variety of dishes, from sandwiches to scrambled eggs. “High in monounsaturated fat, avocados help reduce blood sugar spikes,” she explained. Vitamins B, C and fat are beneficial, as well as anti-aging antioxidants, she says. “Folic acid and magnesium, lutein and beta-carotene are just some of the main anti-aging nutrients,” the expert recalled.
The secret of youthfulness in men after 50 years is asparagus. It is used to prevent certain types of cancer. “It is also one of the best dietary sources of prebiotics that promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut,” said nutritionist Kara Landau. A healthy gut helps to delay the onset of disease. In addition, asparagus is useful in combating depression and helping to cope with age-related crises.
Salmon, Atlantic mackerel, cod, herring and canned tuna contain the most fatty acids.
Nutritionist Marissa Meshulam (Marissa Meshulam) recommends including more greens in your diet to slow brain aging. Spinach, cabbage, arugula are especially rich in vitamin K, a protective micronutrient that has anti-inflammatory effects: it is beneficial for cardiovascular diseases, osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.
“Nuts such as almonds are rich in vitamin E, antioxidants, which keep the skin healthy and youthful, and also prevent the appearance of wrinkles, added Meshulam. “Walnuts can improve brain function.” In addition, she advised not to neglect berries.
Previously, nutritionist Elena Solomatina called sugar an aging-accelerating product.