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Scientists decided to create a complete list of products that did not allow the body to age and may have a positive impact on the control of certain diseases.

The effect of each of the products has been proven by experiment.

1. Spices

Immediately it should be noted turmeric – showed its effect on the prevention of Alzheimer's disease. But antioxidant-rich spices prevent the emergence of an impressive list of chronic diseases. These are: ginger, allspice, mint, oregano, sage, cinnamon.

2. Tomato and its derivatives – ketchup, tomato paste etc.

Antioxidants create disease prevention. But the lycopene (responsible for the green green color) prevents the appearance of blindness. It is better absorbed from heat-treated products.

3. Green tea

Creates breast cancer prevention and a great effect on heart work.

4. Spinach and Kale

Reduce the risk of heart disease by 11% and prevent visual impairment at adulthood.

5. Pumpkin, carrot, sweet potato

Give healthy skin and good vision. Reduce the risk of osteoporosis, certain types of cancer and heart disease. Protect from the negative effects of the sun and avoid wrinkles.

6. Olive and Avocados

Contain monounsaturated fatty acids that are so necessary for the body.

7. Build, pulses, oats

They reduce cholesterol and prevent the occurrence of cardiovascular disease.

8. Apples

Excellent prevention of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.

9. Soymilk

Reduces cholesterol, prevents the formation of cancer cells, eases men's symptoms.

10. Tuna, salmon, sardines

They are valuable because of the content of omega-3 fatty acids. Useful for brain function.

11. Spirals and broccoli

Remove toxins from the body. Useful properties are not lost when frozen.

12. Walnut oil, olives and flaxseed

Anti-inflammatory function.

13. Red grapes, blueberries

Improve cognitive functions and memory. Frozen foods do not lose their effectiveness.

Researchers have also highlighted the following useful products: avocado, mango, grapefruit, watermelon, pepper, guava, plum, blackberry.

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