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Simple Foods Guaranteed To Help You Age Gracefully

Skin damage can occur in the form of wrinkles, acne, marks or scars. Overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays and improper diet can cause an individual's skin to appear much older than it should for their actual age. Other factors contributing to skin damage are stress, environmental toxins, and poor sleep habits. Skin damage, thankfully, can be reversed through countless different methods, both medical treatment methods as well as home remedies. Of course, it's crucial to understand individuals can also affect their skin in a healthy way by eating foods high in antioxidants. Get familiar with the best foods to help with aging gracefully now.

Oranges

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Overexposure to the sun causes damage to the top layer of the skin called the epidermis, as the sun's ultraviolet rays destroy collagen. which is a collection of amino acids glycine, proline, hydroxyproline, and arginine. Collagen protects the skin by preventing absorption and spreading of bacteria or toxins. The production of collagen slows down with age. Aging also causes the skin to become thinner, which makes it easier to damage.

Oranges contain vitamin C, which is needed to make collagen. Vitamin C reverses the harmful effects of UV damage by eliminating toxins and stabilizing the structure of collagen. Vitamin C can also be used to treat hyperpigmentation, and when taken in conjunction with vitamin E, vitamin C is four times as potent. Other foods high in vitamin C are citrus fruits such as lemons and limes.

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