This is loaded with vitamin E and protective antioxidants for luminous skin and glossy hair. It also contains a high folate content to boost cell turnover for a youthful complexion.
Add these to your breakfast muesli for an early dose of look younger goodness. They’re rich in vitamin C to stimulate circulation, while their high potassium levels will minimise puffiness and fluid retention.
Yes, it’s true! Wine is crammed with antioxidants to defend against heart disease. Red grape skin also contains the anti-inflammatory compound, resveratrol, to curb the effects of ageing.
Loaded with fibre, this vegetable helps maintain a healthy body weight and fights heart disease with vitamin C and beta-carotene. Steam it to keep all the goodness in.
It’s the news we’ve all been waiting for! As long as it’s made with at least 70% cocoa, you can enjoy small doses of this sweet treat, which is full of protein and B vitamins to burn fat and improve your skin and hair.
Pulses (especially kidney beans) contain plenty of heart-healthy fibre, potassium and zinc. They’re also packed with protein. In fact, weight for weight dried beans contain as much protein as a fillet steak!
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