8 Anti-Aging Foods You Should Be Eating

2. Go Really Green

Green vegetables are loaded with folate, calcium and other nutrients that provide many health benefits. Broccoli, cabbage, spinach, kale and other greens can decrease the chances of eye problems, prevent the decline of memory and reasoning, decrease the risk of cancer and strengthen bones. Be sure to include hefty servings of green veggies with both lunch and dinner.

11/21/2022 5:00:00 AM
Janet Valenty
Written by Janet Valenty
Former medical technologist with extensive drug testing and clinical chemistry experience. Traded the white coat for a business suit as Director of Marketing of a leading clinical lab with two billion in revenues and left that way back in the 90's. These days, doing more reading and publishing when not chasing grandchild...
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With fish, because of farming contamination you really have to investigate the fish you eat. All fish and shrimp from foreign countries have very little or no laws governing pollution of their waters or what level of toxins is allowed in seafood.
Posted by Bob
Thank you for sharing with us this great information Janet, it was worth reading it and I liked how human this description really is. I am more and more into less scientific articles which I find often very hard to understand.
Posted by Betty
I would include in this list 1 more product, the pomegranate which people often forget how important it is.
Posted by margaret
I love your site. I would like you to check whether lately with all the various hybrids and gmos and whatever they are working on to increase productions -wheter grains are health at all now. They were 50 years ago .Not sure now. daliya
Posted by daliya Robson

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