Prunes Bursting with greater antioxidant power than any other fruit, so you're less likely to end up looking like a prune yourself!
Blueberries Packed with purple pigments called anthocyanins, which help maintain healthy skin and an alert brain.
Carrots The best source of betacarotene, a scavenger of damaging free radicals.
Broccoli Contains important plant chemicals known as glucosinolates, which appear to cut the risk of age-related cancers.
Onions Yellow and red (but not white) onions provide high levels of quercetin, an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory effects to fight arthritis and loss of skin elasticity.
Spinach Contains two antioxidants called lutein and zeaxanthin, which protect against macular degeneration - the leading cause of age-related eyesight loss.
Sunflower seeds One of the best food sources of vitamin E, which boosts the immune system.
Tomatoes Linked with a reduced risk of heart disease and cancer, thanks to lycopene - which also protects the skin against ageing and cancer-causing UV rays.
Brazil nuts Packed with selenium, which studies suggest can provide protection from cancer, heart disease and arthritis.
Oily fish A rich source of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. The calcium and vitamin D in dissolved bones help reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis.