14 Anti Aging Drinks That Will Give You A Youthful Appearance
Toners, serums, and moisturizers are common in most skin care routines, but did you know that you can also drink your way to a younger looking skin? Hi viewers and welcome back to bestie! Though there’s no way to pause the ageing process or turn back the clock, there are ways to give your body the nutrients it needs to look and perform at its best, whatever your age.
By making smarter drink choices, you can add years to your life and hold onto your youthful looks for a while longer, whether you’re in your forties or you’re heading towards your sixties. There are plenty of other drinks out there that contain supercharged ingredients like antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and collagen that’ll leave your complexion looking radiant, young and glowy.
And in today’s video, we will tell you the best anti aging drinks for you when you’re over 40. From Grapefruit juice, cocoa, green tea, lemon water to coffee and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
Red Wine: Red wine is full of amino acids that contribute to the protection of your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. These amino acids also help boost skin renewal. This makes your skin fight off the sun rays that cause damage making you look younger.
It also makes your skin resistant to damage. It is also filled with flavonoid, resveratrol and tannin. These components help plump up fine lines and wrinkles that are already on your skin while helping fight the recurrence of new fine lines and wrinkles.
The ingredients in red wine fight free radicals and aging by restoring collagen and elastic fibers in your face. This helps plump up any sagging skin you may have as well as lighten any existing hyperpigmentation.
Remember to drink in moderation. Red wine, white wine, which one do you prefer to drink for good health? Tell us quickly in the comments section down below! Grapefruit Juice: Research has shown that grapefruit contains lycopene, which is known to keep your skin smooth.
Vitamins in this drink can stimulate collagen production, which can increase the plumpness and suppleness of your skin, improve skin elasticity, and reduce some of the signs of ageing. Because grapefruit juice contains antioxidants such as retinol, it is also a great drink for evening-out your skin tone, treating skin pigmentation and renewing damaged skin.
The drink also contains minerals like potassium, which can smoothen wrinkles and protect against harmful UV rays, though you should still apply sunscreen as part of your skin regime. Oolong Tea: Oolong tea is rich in antioxidants and contains many different minerals and vitamins that are beneficial for health in general.
Numerous studies have shown that drinking Oolong tea can prevent tooth decay, provide gum health and strengthen bones. From slowing down the aging process to helping fight wrinkles, oolong tea also makes a great rinse for healthy hair growth.
Drinking Oolong on a daily basis will detoxify your body, improve digestion, maintain weight and even help in lowering the risk of diabetes. Cocoa: Those who drink generous proportions of cocoa enjoy a healthier functioning of blood vessels thanks to the flavanols found in cocoa.
Healthy blood vessels lower risk of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, and dementia. In a surprising turn of events, it’s been proven that there is in fact, no connection between chocolate and skin problems.
On an even brighter note, some types of cocoa may be considered as good for your skin. Cocoa contains a type of flavonoid called epicatechin which is vital for keeping your skin healthy since it increases blood flow to the skin, along with a good dose of oxygen supply and nutrients.
Choose quality 100% pure cocoa, not instant cocoa products. Orange Juice: It’s a well-known fact that orange juice is brimming with vitamin C, which is an antioxidant that protects the body against numerous diseases and inflammations.
Vitamin C also helps keep your skin looking vibrant and fresh. Always juice your own, or choose 100% pure fresh squeezed and not sugary juice drinks. Limit your intake, as this juice is high in calories.
Drink it in the morning so you can take the day to burn off those calories. Blackberry And Raspberry Smoothie With Chia Seeds: This smoothie contains blackberries and raspberries, both of which are famous for their potential anti-aging, anti-cancer, and heart protective properties.
Cooled blackberry leaf tea is used as the liquid base. It has shown strong antioxidant and anti-cancer properties. If you have trouble finding blackberry leaf tea, you can also use another mild-tasting herbal infusion, or plain water, as the liquid base for this smoothie.
Chia seeds are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, fiber and protein which further boosts this smoothie’s nutritional profile. Soak 1 tablespoon chia seeds in water for 10 minutes. Peel a banana and rinse ¾ cups of blackberries and raspberries each, thoroughly under cold running water.
Now mix everything with 1 ½ cups of cooled blackberry leaf tea in a large-capacity blender or food processor, and process until smooth. Serve immediately. Green Tea: This is a rather obvious one. Scientists have found that the unfermented tea leaves in green tea provides a large concentration of polyphenol antioxidants known to fight free radicals.
These radicals can damage DNA causing premature aging, cancer, stroke and heart disease. Studies have also shown that drinking green tea can help reduce bad cholesterol, regulate blood pressure and depression.
Try mixing green tea with Ginger for a potent healthy brew. Kale Juice: Kale is a cruciferous vegetable and a superfood. To start with, it’s absolutely packed with nutrients like vitamins A, C, K, E, B1, B2, B3, calcium and beta-carotene.
It also contains phosphorus, iron, copper, magnesium, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, and the carotenoid lutein. Lutein is an antioxidant often called the “eye vitamin”. It’s well known for protecting your eyes from UV light.
And not just that, lutein also filters UV light away from your skin. This can slow down the visible signs of aging and protect against sunburn, irritation and potentially even skin cancer. Finally, kale contains omega-3 fatty acids which have shown evidence as natural anti-inflammatories and may help those with eczema and other conditions of the skin.
Fortified Almond Milk: Almond milk has a high percentage of vitamin E. Just 28 grams of almond milk provides you with 37 percent of your daily requirement of vitamin E. It protects your skin from the damaging effects of free radicals.
When fortified, almond milk also becomes a source of vitamin D and calcium. Almond milk is one of the best substitutes for those who want to avoid dairy. Beetroot juice: Another anti-ageing drink to tick off your bucket list is beetroot juice.
It can aid circulation to your brain and help prevent or slow down the effects of conditions such as dementia. That’s thanks to the most powerful ingredient found in beetroot, nitrate, which is known to delay cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease.
If you’re planning on making beetroot juice from scratch, hold onto the leafy greens. They contain lutein, which can protect your body from free radicals and fight against wrinkles. Lemon Water: Lemon water is such a simple drink and a great source of vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium.
When taken on an empty stomach, it stimulates your liver to flush out toxins, resulting in clearer skin. When your liver is working well, the toxins don’t end up on your face in the form of acne. Vitamin C fights damage caused by free radicals thereby keeping your skin looking fresh and youthful.
It also aids in the production of collagen which strengthens the skin, leading to less wrinkles and fine lines. Pomegranate Juice: Pomegranate juice is not only tart and delicious, it’s chock full of antioxidants, including polyphenols.
When it comes to antioxidants, pomegranate juice is one of the most potent fruit juices. In addition, a study found that the drink can actually slow down the natural wear and tear on your DNA, due to oxidation.
Subjects were given pomegranate extract in pill form, but in just 30 days, showed less cell damage — which can cause aging. Pomegranate juice is also an excellent source of vitamin C, which as we told you earlier plays an important role in your skin’s collagen production and can repair and prevent sun damage.
Coffee: Your morning pick-me-up can provide more than just a boost of energy in the morning. A cup of the good stuff contains age-fighting antioxidants, that protect your body from damage. Coffee is said to be able to fight off a number of diseases, including Parkinson’s, depression and type 2 diabetes.
Studies have even shown a link between coffee consumption and a reduced risk of basal cell carcinoma, one of the most common skin cancers. Another study found that moderate coffee consumption, around three cups a day may possibly reduce the risk or at least delay the onset of Alzheimer’s in older adults.
Apart from having anti aging powers, coffee has plenty of other health benefits. To know all of them, watch this ` titled “Drinking Coffee Every Day Does This To Your Body”. Now back to best anti aging drink when you’re over 40.
Aloe Vera Juice: Aloe vera is commonly known for its cooling effect. It soothes skin from sun burn and irritation. It also contains all essential vitamins such as vitamin A, C, E which have been proven effective for anti aging.
Moreover, its wound healing property helps tighten your skin. A study showed that women over 45 years who drank aloe vera juice for 90 days had significant improvement in their skin elasticity and wrinkles.
Out of all the drinks we mentioned today, which ones would you prefer? Let us know in the comments section below!