9 Foods You Didn’t Know Had Anti-Aging Benefits

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If you’re anything like us, you’re fascinated with the anti-aging industry—every new product and procedure is worth discussion and consideration, even if it’s just to bemoan the fact that not much of it actually works (unless you want to look like a real-life Madame Tussaud’s wax figure or something equally as nightmare-inducing). Our better sense tells us it’s silly to invest in procedures that approximate youth—and then eat pizza and drink beer—when we could naturally maintain our actual youth with a few delicious additions to our daily diet. We tapped women’s health expert Nicole Granato and culinary nutritionist Nicolas Torrent—who’s worked with everyone from Demi Moore to Gisele—to give us the skinny on what will help turn back time in subtle but meaningful ways. Here, nine foods they recommend we consume regularly.

"Noni juice is commonly referred to as nature’s greatest superfood," says Nicole Granato. "For thousands of years noni has been known as the goddess of all fruits. Benefits include prevention of cancer, support of healthy liver function and support of cardiovascular health. Noni is an antioxidant that's also anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, which has been known to help in treating arthritis and nervous system disorders. It also helps relax muscles and relieve memory issues." How to take: 1 shot daily, straight or diluted in a glass of water.