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By Louise Atkinson. According to top nutritionist and skin specialist Karen Fischer, all that time, effort and expense could be completely wasted if you kick off your day with a slice of buttered toast or plan to end it with a pan-seared steak. While we have long known that sun damage and cigarette smoke speed up skin ageing, dermatologists have recently pinpointed the biggest ageing trigger of all — destructive molecules called Advanced Glycation End products or AGEs. Top nutritionist and skin specialist Karen Fischer has designed a day diet to a youthful appearance. Picture posed by model. As we revealed in our Sugar Detox series earlier this year, too much sugar in the blood causes glucose molecules to attach to the proteins in collagen the glue that holds your skin together to form AGEs. These sticky brown compounds stiffen the otherwise elastic fibres in the skin, creating lines, blotches and wrinkles. But sugar is far from the only ageing culprit in our diet. Rather than calorie counting, we should be AGE-counting — consuming no more than 5,, kilounits kU a day Western diets contain an average of 15, But dark- purple and red fruits and vegetables, such as purple sprouting broccoli, red cabbage, beetroot, aubergines and berries, contain powerful antioxidants called anthocyanins that help protect against AGE-formation.