Anti-Aging Homemade Coconut-Turmeric Smoothie
Posted Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 11:43am EDT
Keywords: aging, anti aging fruits, antioxidant, detox, health, healthy eating, Natural remedies, skin care, stress
What you eat matters to your health and ageing is an inevitable process of life. There are definitely certain foods that are age-defying by improving cell growth and preventing cell damage. Aging can be caused by stress, environmental factors, poor diet, smoking, and much more. Antioxidants help slow down the aging process by reducing the effects of oxidative stress, so it is key to include antioxidant-rich foods in our diet.
Use this anti-aging recipe for a smoothie as a part of your daily routine. The combination of these 9 anti-aging foods loads the drink with the nutrients your body needs to feel and look younger.
Anti-Aging Coconut-Turmeric Smoothie Recipe
1 cup hemp or coconut milk
½ cup frozen pineapple
1 frozen banana
1 Tbsp coconut oil
½ tsp turmeric (can be increased to 1 tsp)
½ tsp cinnamon
½ tsp ginger
1 tsp chia seeds
1 tsp maca powder
Blend all ingredients until smooth and creamy!
Anti-aging effect of its ingredients
Some studies have suggested that the antioxidants and cytokinins present in coconut water have an age defying effect on the skin. It also has significant anti-carcinogenic and anti-thrombotic properties, which help to slow the skin’s natural aging process.
Pineapples contain the digestive enzyme bromelain, a natural enzyme that supports the digestive system in breaking down and absorbing nutrients from the food we eat.
The combination of coconut oil and chia seeds will help to assist your body in naturally building collagen, which will keep your skin supple and your complexion glowing!
Turmeric is a spice used in Asian cooking that is famous in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine as an anti-ageing and healing herb. Curcuminoids are a class of compounds that are isolated from turmeric powder and serve as strong antioxidants. Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-microbial, anti-cancer and other pharmacological properties makes it all rounder when it comes to therapeutic foods.