Eggs – The yolks contain nutrients that may help decrease your risk of age-related macular degeneration, as well as cataracts. The amino acids found in eggs help rebuild and repair tissues that may deteriorate as you get older.
Raspberries – This fruit gets its red color from antioxidants, which may help slow down the aging process.
Green Tea – Known for its antiaging capabilities. Rich in antioxidants, it has the ability to help the skin repair itself from the common threats of everyday life, like sun damage, pollution, and poor nutrition or hydration status.
Nuts –Regularly eating a mix of nuts (such as almonds, pistachios and peanuts) may help you live longer.
Cauliflower – help boost mind health. Not a cauliflower fan? Try broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale or arugula — all cruciferous veggies shown to help your mind.
Tomatoes – Tomatoes get their red color from the antioxidant lycopene. And that lycopene may help protect your skin against damage from UV light — and the wrinkles caused by it.
Turmeric – Found in curry, this spice may help keep your joints young.
Chile Peppers – Regularly spicing up your food with hot red chile peppers may help you live longer.
Whole-Grain Bread – The fiber from foods like whole-grain bread, oatmeal and berries may help you be more likely to reach older age without depression, cancer or heart disease,
Yogurt – has two nutrients, calcium and protein, that are absolutely vital for aging, These nutrients can lower the risk of bone fracture and help prevent loss of bone mineral density — and certain yogurts like Greek yogurt are very high in protein, which may help prevent muscle loss.
Salmon – Salmon is a food that could help keep your brain sharp, your mood balanced and your skin supple.
Prunes – can help improve your bone density and protect against osteoporosis. Prunes contain potassium, which may give bone health a boost by helping increase bone mineral density and decrease the risk of bone breakdown.
Blueberries – These antioxidants can fight against free radicals, which damage skin and accelerate aging. Regular blueberry intake is linked with lower risk of heart disease and has been found to help reduce the risk for heart disease. Blend a blueberry smoothie, or add blueberries to a bowl of oatmeal.