Salmon contains easily absorbable protein and neutralizes free radicals, which increase inflammation and aging. Protein breaks down into amino acids, which create cells.
Anthocyanins in blueberries and other berries combat wrinkles. Vitamin C in blueberries boosts brightness and collagen formation.
Avoid canned beans because they contain a lot of sodium and might puff up your skin.
Full-fat Greek yogurt, which is rich in protein and teeming with gut-friendly bacteria, helps maintain stable blood sugar and a healthy microbiome.
The carotenoid lycopene, which gives tomatoes their vivid red color, may protect against UV-induced deterioration like sun spots and wrinkles.
Dark green leafy vegetables like spinach, arugula are nutrient-dense, low in calories, and rich in phytonutrients that fight inflammation and detoxify the body.
Vitamin E, which keeps skin supple and hydrated and may offer some UV protection, is present in large amounts in both formulations.
Matcha, a powdered green tea used in Japan for generations. Matcha boosts collagen and suppleness, reducing wrinkles and fine lines.