5 SUPER FOODS FOR ANTI-AGING THAT YOU'RE NOT EATING



BLACK SEED OIL – a natural remedy for inflammation and infections, this oil is known for its powerful medicinal properties and long list of science-backed health and beauty benefits. Thanks to its antioxidant rich content and bioactive compounds, black seed oil is helpful for those who suffer from acne, psoriasis, and vitiligo. It is also known to support weight loss and encourages hair growth.


BROCCOLI SPROUTS – are a nutritional powerhouse. These sprouts are 3-5 day old broccoli plants that are high in Vitamin C and antioxidants that deliver immune boosting properties and anti-inflammatory benefits. Rich in glucoraphanin (20-100X more than broccoli) which gets converted to sulforaphane. Why is this good? It’s helps with


• Inflammation

• Regulating blood sugar

• Supporting liver and brain function

• Reducing oxidative stress

• Reducing or even preventing cancer cell growth


MUSTARD SEED – known for its nutrient density and anti-cancer benefits, these seeds pack a powerful aging punch with its antioxidant rich delivery of vitamins A, C, and K. As we all know, antioxidants play a major role in keeping your skin young and glowing. The seeds also make for a great source of carotene and lutein that help slow the aging process. They contain a good amount of Sulphur which is known for its anti-fungal properties, helping ward off skin infections and mustard oil (that is extracted from the seed) is an excellent source of vitamin A that helps stimulate hair growth.


LIVER - including grass-fed beef liver, free range chicken liver or desiccated liver pills. Liver is a rich source of zinc, which helps to regulate skin’s oil production and balance the hormones that can drive acne.

Liver also contains fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E & K, all critical for good skin health. Vitamins A & E are also powerful antioxidants that protect cells from oxidation and premature aging.


KIMCHI – fermented foods including kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi, fermented carrot or beetroot, kefir or probiotic supplements. These can help reduce systemic inflammation and oxidative stress as well as prevent blood sugar spikes, balance hormones and reduce insulin driven outbreaks of acne and other inflammatory skin conditions.


*Always first check with your doctor before proceeding with our recommendations