In order to keep your skin young, fresh and healthy for a long time, you need to introduce more antioxidants in your diet.
Here are the most important:
Vitamin C is essential for the production of collagen, but also for protection against UV rays and has the role in faster healing of injuries. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables – especially citrus fruits, cabbage, parsley and kiwi.
Vitamin A is essential for the vitality of skin, which defends the sun and keeps it suppler longer. Eggs, butter, milk and liver contain vitamin A, and colorful fruits and vegetables (mango, melon and carrot) contain pro-vitamin A, which once reached in the body, is transformed in vitamin.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant, without equal in combating the harmful effects that the sun can have on skin. Together with vitamins A and C, it protects cell membrane attacked by free radicals. It can be found in seeds (walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds), grain and vegetable oils.
Selenium is recognized for some time as a great ally against aging skins especially that caused by UV rays and helps to eliminate toxins (alcohol, tobacco) through urination. It can be found in fish, seafood and eggs.