Do you want to look younger? Check out this list of foods that can help you achieve such a goal!
Food that makes you look younger – it sounds too good to be true, right? According to FOX News, it’s completely achievable!
Note that in addition to this list, avoiding sugary foods (including white breads, pastas, etc.) can help keep you looking younger.
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Beta-carotene helps to create smoother-looking skin by balancing your body's pH and increasing cell turnover.
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The pigment that makes salmon appear pink, astaxanthin, has been found to fight against free radicals. Eating this once a week has also been linked to the prevention of actinic keratoses (precancerous splotches).
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This East Texas favorite has been linked to protecting skin from sun damage. The antioxidants found in them work as a sunscreen for your skin, but form the inside out.
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Lemons, limes, oranges and more provide Vitamin C that can help to build up one's collagen levels. Collagen keeps the skin looking young . Citrus fruits also protect skin from UV damage.
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Lutein, found in kale, spinach and other leafy greens can help to prevent the skin from sun-based wrinkles and inflammation.
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