The word “antioxidant effect” has been used several times in this note, but it is a word that we often hear in recent years.
This word is often heard as a set with anti-aging.
What exactly is an antioxidant?
This is to suppress the oxidation of the body, but when you say oxidation, you have an image of things going bad, such as iron rusting.
The human body is also oxidized.
On the surface, it appears as spots and rough skin, and on the inside, it deteriorates mainly from the blood vessels. This is a phenomenon that comes from the oxygen that humans take in, so you can't resist it.
However, there are nutrients with antioxidant power that suppress that oxidation, and by eating foods that contain a lot of these nutrients on a daily basis, it is possible to delay the oxidation of the body.
Green leafy vegetables are representative of foods rich in antioxidant nutrients.
Vegetables and fruits with colorful colors such as green, yellow, and red
Tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, carrots, and blueberries.
By actively incorporating these vegetables and fruits and being conscious of preventing oxidation in the body on a daily basis, the burden on the body will be reduced.
pâtissier Yuhi Hasada