Eat plenty of foods rich in anti-oxidants.

Dr. Mehmet C. Oz, M.D., co-author of the book You: Staying Young: The Owner’s Manual for Extending Your Warranty indicates that antioxidants are anti-aging foods, and one of his favorite sources of antioxidants are blueberries. He says the following: “All foods with dark colors in them have some of these really protecting antioxidant chemicals in them.”  Other good anti-aging foods include broccoli, tomatoes, and the acai  (pronounced “AH-sigh-EE”), a small fruit from South American rainforests that is often found in the United States in juice.  He recommends that you eat about five servings of antioxidant-rich foods a day.