Eight Foods That Make You Look Younger

Eight Foods That Make You Look Younger

Eating a watermelon like a boss

Here are eight foods that can make you look younger . . .

  1.  Watermelon. It has lycopene, which acts like a natural sunscreen and prevents UV damage. One serving is like putting on SPF 3.
  2.  Pomegranates. They have a ton of antioxidants that increase collagen production in your skin, to prevent wrinkles.
  3.  Blueberries. The vitamin C and vitamin E help brighten your skin.
  4.  Lobster and other shellfish. The zinc accelerates the renewal of skin cells, and it can help with acne.
  5.  Kale. The vitamin K helps with blood clotting, which can prevent you from getting dark circles under your eyes. It also has a ton of iron, and if you don’t have enough iron in your diet, you start to look pale.
  6.  Cantaloupe. The vitamin A helps prevent your pores from getting clogged.
  7.  Avocados. The omega-9 fatty acids help your skin retain moisture and look young.
  8.  Walnuts. The omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E help keep your hair looking healthy. They’re also loaded with copper, and researchers think that having a copper deficiency is one of the things that causes grey hair.

(Health.com)

Smiling in Pictures Makes You Look Two Years Younger

Smiling in Pictures Makes You Look Two Years Younger

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You probably haven’t wanted to look OLDER in a photo since you got a fake ID when you were a teenager. Now, you’re ALL ABOUT looking younger . . . and here’s the best way to pull it off.

All you have to do is . . . SMILE. That’s it. Just smile.

A new study found that when people smiled in photos, people thought they were an average of two years younger than they actually were. And some people looked up to FOUR years younger.

And when people looked sad or angry in pictures, they looked an average of one year OLDER than they really are.

Neutral expressions didn’t add or subtract any years.

(Daily Mail)