7 secrets to looking younger
Everyone out there doesn’t want to actually look their age, but there may be something you can do about that without having to go out a buy all those expensive creams and gels for your skin to look new and revitalized. These tips and tricks will help you to eat your way to a younger you, not just in spirit but in body as well.
Avocado is a great food for fighting those wrinkles, whether you decide to eat this good fat or bathe in its oils is up to you. You really want to cut down on things like butter and lard to help retain the strength in your skin. I’m sure you may have noticed that those with little extra flesh on their faces begin to look their age faster than those with more, the reason? Extra flesh or skin helps us to look healthier, but of course you don’t want to go overboard, were talking about the healthy glow with being a healthy weight for your body type. Eating good fats like avocado or olive oils can help with that.
Hydration is key to keeping your skin young and healthy, if you already drink a lot of water you might want to try eating foods that come with high water content themselves. You want your skin to retain as much moisture as possible as when it is dehydrated it lays flatter on your face and wrinkles begin to appear. So load up on water heavy fruits and vegetables like watermelons, cucumber and citrus fruits. Keeping these water healthy foods in your diet will help to keep your skin moisturized and healthy.
Guava, you might be asking what this is or how this works, but the fact is that it’s loaded with vitamin c and apparently has more than 4 times then other citrus fruits, vitamin c is the skins natural Botox and keeps your skin cells looking full and wrinkle free.
Oysters may also help to repair your skin as they are loaded with zinc, so if you spent too much time out in the sun and have damaged skin because of it, grab yourself a plate of these tasty morsels and you’ll be seeing a drastic improvement to your skin in no time. Zinc helps to repair skin cells and oysters have a whopping 110 to 1200 percent of your daily value of zinc in them.
Sweet potatoes can help to balance the natural ph of your skin which can help to combat dehydration or dryness in the skin cells and promotes cell turnover, or the creation of new skin cells. This results in smoother skin. By doing this and combining it with good fats like avocado you’ll make it all the more effective.
When you’re ready to tackle the fight against free radicles in your own skin take up the seasonal berries in your area. Berries have the highest amount of antioxidants in them. Berries like strawberries and blackberries can help you to stave off these free radicals and fight your way to wrinkle free skin.
And finally we come to our final piece of advice, if you want to keep your skin smooth and healthy you need omega 3 in your diet. These are essential fatty acids and are responsible for the health in your skin cells membranes, these cell membranes act like a shield against all the bad stuff trying to get in. so you want them strong and versatile. The best way to go about this is to get the good stuff with a strong source of omega 3’s, like avocado, whole grains or vegetarian foods.