10 Anti-Aging “Liquid Life For A Younger Looking You” Drinks 

Whether you’re looking for younger skin or to boost physical health in aging, considering the nutrition of your drinks is very important, especially as unhealthy sugar filled soda and drinks line the market shelves.

 

70% of your body is made up of water and every task inside the body requires water to succeed. Water helps flush toxins and it prevents dry and brittle skin, hair, and nails that make you look old. If you aren’t already drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water a day, you should start now.

 

Age-related macular degeneration is one of the leading causes of sight loss in older populations, and carrot juice contains beta-carotene to promote eyesight health.

 

Green tea is full of antioxidants that help fight free radicals that cause chronic inflammation, one of the leading causes of disease and accelerated aging. Studies show that people who drink 4 to 6 cups of green tea daily, cut their oxidative stress levels by half and that’s pretty impressive since oxidative stress is the number one cause of cell degeneration.

 

Fruits and vegetables are full of key vitamins and minerals, and you can get your daily dose with smoothies. Make them at home, so you can control the ingredients and use only fresh fruits and vegetables without any added sugar.

 

Red wine contains resveratrol that has been shown to reduce inflammation and improve longevity. Resveratrol is also found in red grape juice.
The deep purple color in beets means they have a ton of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are proven to reduce free radical damage and oxidation, one of the leading causes of accelerated aging. Beet juice also promotes a youthful complexion and strong hair and nails.

 

Soymilk is full of calcium, vitamin D, and protein, three essential elements to build strong bones and muscle, both of which decline with age.

 

Green juice combines nutritional powerhouses such as spinach, kale, and apples to make a very healthy juice that allows you to get a ton of micronutrients that would be impossible to eat in whole form in any one day.

 

Coffee has many health benefits, including reduced risks for skin cancer, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and others, and it’s filled with key antioxidants. Studies also show that coffee drinkers live longer!

 

Last but not least, we have good old-fashioned milk that is fortified with vitamin D, for strong bones and prevention of osteoporosis. Whether you’re trying to reduce age-related disease or simply trying to look younger, incorporating these 10 drinks into your diet will make you look and feel great.