Top 10 Keto Zone Anti-Aging Foods

If nutrients can speed up aging, surely there are also foods that can slow down aging.

There must be foods and nutrients that reduce aging in our appearance, cells, tissues, joints, heart, and brain, right?

The good news is, there are.

These anti-aging foods and nutrients promote health and longevity, and can even reverse some of the aging and damage caused by free radicals, oxidative stress, inflammation, and more. Here are the top 10 Keto Zone Anti-Aging Foods.

Top 10 Keto Zone Anti-Aging Foods

1. Purified Water

Okay, water is not exactly food. But, as the substance that makes up most of the Earth, and most of our bodies, water can provide a lot of healing, nourishment, and beauty to them.

One surefire way to appear older is to have dry skin. Dry skin increases the appearance of wrinkles and lines in our skin.

Staying hydrated with water each day can keep your skin looking supple, vibrant, and smooth.


2. Hydrolyzed Collagen

Hydrolyzed Collagen is a protein made from the bones, tissues, and hooves of animals. Although this doesn’t sound very particularly beautiful, the amino acids in collagen can improve the health of our own tissues and skin.

In fact, it can do wonders for dry, winter skin. Collagen improves the elasticity of skin and tissue, reduces wrinkles, and more.

A 2014 study of 46 women, ages 35-55, showed that 8 weeks of collagen powder supplementation improved skin elasticity within just 4 weeks (1).

Another study showed that collagen increases moisture in the skin to produce younger-looking, less-fragmented skin (2).


3. Omega-3 Fats

Omega-3s fats are strong dietary anti-inflammatories.

When consumed, especially in amounts that improve their ratio to omega-6s, they cause our bodies to produce less harmful inflammatory hormones and more healthful anti-inflammatory hormones.

How does this slow aging?  Omega-3s keep us youthful by:

  • Improving heart health by reducing triglycerides, bad cholesterol, and cardiovascular inflammation. A healthy heart is a youthful one.
  • Improving blood sugars. Balanced blood sugars mean less stiff arteries and healthier (younger) organs.
  • Improving brain health. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) are implanted in the brain and can affect cognitive decline (vs. a youthful brain), mood, and overall brain health.
  • Increasing calorie burn and decreasing fat storage. Leaner, stronger bodies appear younger. Recent studies show an increase in calorie output with approximately 2000 mg DHA/EPA per day (you’ll average 1000 mg per day by eating 12 oz. salmon per week, so consider supplementing another 1000 mg per day). Furthermore, since the fats make your cells more sensitive to insulin, they reduce fat storage.


4. Raw Cacao, Black Pepper, and Cinnamon

Raw cacao, black pepper, and cinnamon are anti-aging foods that work at the cellular level. They are extremely high in antioxidants. Their antioxidants are so potent at the cellular level they go beyond the normal reduction in oxidative stress to promote longevity and health in the body.

Raw cacao’s nutrients cross the blood-brain barrier to affect brain health and mood (3).

One study of older adults showed an increase of 10% brain blood flow with cacao. Other studies show improved blood flow and cognition in those with and without a deficit, indicating a potential use for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Cinnamon, which has been found to have one of the highest antioxidant capacities among foods, can increase antioxidant activity by 13% when consumed daily!

Black pepper can keep joints feeling young: Study after study has shown reduced pain, increased healing, and decreased pathology in arthritic animals and humans (4).


5. Cucumbers and Celery

Some foods and nutrients help our bodies rid themselves of excess fluid. Cucumbers and celery are two such foods.

When we eat sugars, drink alcohol, eat foods too high in sodium, or even subject ourselves to high heat in the middle of winter, our skin can become puffy, giving us a more aged appearance.

The natural diuretic action of cucumbers and celery can reduce puffiness and improve the appearance of our skin.


6. Detox Vegetables: Kale, Cauliflower, and Broccoli

Many vegetables are loaded with vitamins and minerals, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, antioxidant, and cholesterol-lowering nutrients.

Specific vegetables take it one step further and promote cellular detoxification to keep our cells healthy and young.

Cauliflower, broccoli and kale support our cells’ complete detoxifying process. Our cells are bombarded with toxins each day. When they are overloaded and need to detox, they undergo a 2-step process: Phase 1 and Phase 2 detoxification. Their antioxidants, which contain sulfur and nitrogen, make compounds that support both phases of detoxification.

An easy way to get the most out of detox vegetables? Try Fermented Green Supremefood.


7. Green Tea

Green tea is a youth-inducing drink. Its antioxidants repair and protect cells.

One specific antioxidant, EGCG goes for the brain.  In fact, in mice induced with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease, it helped to protect brain cells from dying, as well as ‘rescuing’ already damaged neurons in the brain, a phenomenon called neurorescue or neurorestoration.

What’s more, EGCG has antibacterial properties that promote oral health in tea drinkers. A healthy smile is a youthful one.

It also helps keep eyes young and healthy. EGCG is absorbed by cells in the eye, and provide protective effects for up to 20 hours after consumption.  This has led many experts to believe it may have a role in reducing diseases of the eye and glaucoma.

Lastly, EGCG can help our bodies oxidize and burn fat.  Multiple studies have shown an increase in metabolic rates, weight loss, decreased waistline and fat loss with consistent green tea ingestion.


8. Vitamin D

When you consume vitamin D, you’re actually consuming a pre-hormone (a nutrient that acts as a precursor to hormones).

Vitamin D specifically can help keep our hormones balanced as we age.

It helps regulate other hormones, including adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine production in the brain, and serotonin. These hormones contribute to our emotional responses (5), metabolism, weight, and energy levels.


9. Youthful Hormone-Balancing Nutrients

Vitamin K2 is often deficient in adults. It improves bone health specifically in post-menopausal women. Bone health is important for a youthful body, as failing bones and joints can keep us from doing the youthful activities we want.

In fact, supplementing both K2 and D3 can promote balanced hormones that affect bones, and reduce spinal fractures, hip fractures, and osteoporosis while improving dental health (6).

Diindolylmethane (DIM), a compound produced by our bodies when we eat green vegetables, is important for balanced hormones because it alters the metabolism of estrogen. DIM blocks an enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen and converts “bad estrogens,” into good estrogen metabolites (bad estrogens cause most pre-menstrual and menopause symptoms).

Good estrogens, on the other hand, promote lean muscle mass, beneficial collagen, strong bones, and heart health (6).

If you’re interested in consuming more of these nutrients that slow aging and balance hormones, check out this Hormone Zone supplement.


10. Ginger and Turmeric

Two of my favorite anti-inflammatory foods can help your cells, gut, joints, brain, and tissues turn back the clock.

Ginger and Turmeric and amazing foods, alleviating arthritis, joint pain, and muscle pain. What’s more, they improve gut health, brain health, and whole-body health. This can keep you feeling spry and young.


Bottom Line

Just as there are foods and nutrients that expedite aging, there are the opposite: Nutrients and foods that slow aging. Keep eating anti-aging foods for whole-body health and strong, youthful cells.


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  4. Lisa Hill says:

    Nice article! You are sharing some essential foods which can be helpful to keep the skin healthy and looking young. I will add some of these in my daily diet. Thanks a lot for sharing.

  5. Priscilla Poblete says:

    Very informative and encouraging. Thank you for sharing. This article is a must to read. God bless you, Dr. Colbert

  6. I truly appreciate all of your information on healthy benefits. I need almost all that you sugest but am a senior. It would be so helpful if you find a way to make your products affordable to the lower income. Thanks in advance. May God Bless you

  7. Carol Smothers says:

    Im on the keto diet but my metabolism is slow im taking supplements, weight is coming off very slow exercise2-3 times a week. Im 62 yrs young. How can i boast my metabolism.

  8. Patricia says:

    How much of each should we take? Is there a supplement you recommend?

  9. Ernestine Smith says:

    Your information is really helpful however, I would love to have the amounts needed of these foods and/or suppliments I should be consuming per day. To say black pepper and cinnamon is vague. I eat both, especially pepper but am I eating enough? Can you please give more information? Thank you.

  10. Earlene Berry says:

    My brother is sinking into the horrible world of alzheimers. Your best helpful recommendations would be appreciated

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