1. Avocados (Sliced Round with a big Round seed)
This fruit contains healthy monounsaturated fat and vitamin E, which can help maintain healthy skin and prevent skin aging.
2. Berries (All Super Round)
Berries. Colorful berries contain a potent antioxidant anthocyanin that makes them blue, red and purple. Eat plenty of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, pomegranate, cherries, acai berries, and blood oranges, to name a few of the best choices. Each of these foods has a variety of other powerful antioxidants that repair and protect your skin’s cells.
3. Cruciferous vegetables (Round heads and flowerettes)
The family of Cruciferous vegetables includes cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, turnip, brussels sprouts, radish and watercress. They assist the body in its fight against toxins and cancer.
4. Garlic (Round cloves)
Eating a clove of garlic a day (raw or cooked) helps to protect the body against cancer and heart disease. Studies suggest that garlic reduces cholesterol levels and assists blood thinning better than aspirin, thus helping to reduce the risk of heart disease.
5. Ginger (Can be slice into circles)
This spicy root can boost the digestive and circulatory systems, which can be a plus for older people. Ginger may also help to alleviate rheumatic aches and pains.
6. Nuts (Round and curvy)
Most varieties of nuts are good sources of minerals, espeically walnuts and Brazil nuts. Walnuts, although high in calories, are rich in potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and selenium. Eat a handful of nuts and seeds a day. They are loaded with “good” fat that helps “plump” your skin, antioxidants and lots of minerals that are good for your skin, too.
7. Soy (Soy beans are Round)
Menopausal women might find that soya helps to maintain oestrogen levels, and can alleviate menopausal hot flashes and protect against Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis and heart disease.
8. Whole meal pasta and rice (Whole grains are Round)
These complex carbohydrates provide a consistent supply of energy throughout the day and should be a part of your diet. Wholemeal pasta and Brown rice are excellent complex carbohydrates that are high in fiber.
9. Watermelon (Big, bold and Super Round)
Both the flesh and seeds of the watermelon are nutritious so try blending them together in a food processor and drinking as a juice to help protect against free radical damage and aging.
10. Water (Water drops are Round)
Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day to help rid of the toxins and unwanted waste materials from your body. Don’t rely on thirst; this sensation diminishes with age. Drink often and choose from nutritious liquids, including 100% fruit and vegetable juices, skim or low fat milk, broths, sparkling water, and teas. You can also get fluids from foods, especially those that are liquid at room temperature. Try gelatin, frozen yogurt, soups, watermelon, pickles, oranges, lettuce, tomatoes, etc.
11. Spinach (Round Leaves)
Lutein is found in spinach, kale, corn, and other vegetables. It has the ability to give additional antioxidant capacity to your skin and enhances skin hydration.
12. Beans (Super Round)
Anthocyanin is found in very high quantities in black beans and black soybeans. Soybeans are also high in isoflavones, also linked to anti-aging properties.
13. Tomatoes (Super Round)
Lycopene, in red grapefruit, tomatoes, watermelon, and pink grapefruit, is a powerful weapon against free radicals. It has the ability to inhibit sun-induced aging and can neutralize free radicals.
14. Salmon (Curvy fish)
Salmon has a host benefits for your skin, from the omega-3s to the high-quality protein. Make it a regular in your diet (at least three times a week), and you will see plumper, more youthful skin in about six weeks.