"From the age of 25, our collagen production starts to break down causing saggy skin and wrinkles. However, fatty fish, such as sardines, are packed with omega-3 and contain collagen,
which can be extracted from the bones, fins and skin," noted Susy. "As well as a number of anti-inflammatory properties to keep cells supple and strong, sardines also contain nutrients
"Whether baked or mashed, sweet potatoes are packed full of vitamin C and vitamin A. In addition, beta-carotene gets converted into vitamin A,
which can stimulate collagen production and, in turn, can help diminish the sign of wrinkles," the chef shared.
"Crammed full of essential vitamins and minerals, including iron, vitamin C and vitamin K, spinach can easily be incorporated into a daily diet, by way of an omelette for breakfast,
salad for lunch, or as a delicious side sautéed with garlic and seasoning one evening for dinner," she insisted. "Iron found in spinach helps transport oxygen through
Zucchini, also known as courgette, is incredibly versatile and great to include in dishes such as pasta and risotto.
"They are high in fibre and low in carbohydrate which means they will fill you up. Zucchini contain lutein and zeaxanthin, which are powerful antioxidants that are considered beneficial