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Friday, July 10, 2009

The Right Foods To Looking Young

Last post, "30 Something?" I told you about how letting yourself off the hook is the key to looking younger. Now, let's talk about how eating the right foods can help maintain radiant, beautiful, and healthy skin. Here's a list of top diet secrets, used by hollywood celebrities, that are guaranteed to keep you looking young.

Include protein at every meal. It provides the essential amino acids that the body uses to repair and regenerate the cells responsible for maintaining the tone and elasticity of the skin. It is important to include lean protein (eggs, poultry, low-fat dairy) at every meal because the body is not capable of storing protein for future use.

Drink water and sip green tea. The tea's antioxidants are so effective at healing damaged skin cells, and having as much as 6-8 cups of the brew can significantly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in as little as 4 weeks. Water, as you know hydrates the skin, so consume the recommended 8-10 glasses per day.

Include the "good" fat. For radiant and supple skin, consuming plenty of fish, seeds, nuts and olive oil is necessary. These foods are packed with omega 3 fatty acids, which help maintain volume in the facial cheek pads and trigger skin to rejuvenate at a cellular level.

Don't forget fiber-rich fruits. Eating fruits like berries help satisfy your cravings for carbs. They are rich in soluble fiber, which improves digestion to ensure skin-damaging toxins are flushed from the body.


Thank You FC!!!

4 comments :

Anya said...

I am 40 something ...... LOL
I drink many green tea :)
Thanks for the facts,
I am working on it !!

Cuteboo said...

green tea,he don´t taste good ..lol...but good to know :)
Have a wonderful weekend

Empty Streets said...

Dropping by to catch up on my reading here and to greet yah a restful weekend ahead :) xoxo

kelsey said...

This is such a great way to use up leftovers!

 
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