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5 Diet Tips To Look Younger

5 Diet Tips To Look Younger
Is it actually possible to slow down your aging process? Aging is something inevitable but  you can definitely choose how you look as you slowly start aging. Changes in your diet and a bit of everyday exercises can help you look fresh, young and energetic. So start slashing away years from your looks by eating the best foods. Here are some great eating tips for you.

Eat Right To Look Younger

Whole Grains

White bread and many other carbohydrates will not just increase your waist-line but will also make you look older. Stay away from pastas, bread and rice as much as you can.

Whole grains

Omega 3 

Omega 3s are rich in ‘good fats’ needed by our body. Omega 3 helps in lubricating the skin and offers moisture to the skin cells. This helps in keeping the skin smooth and supple. The best sources of Omega 3s are fishes like mackerel, trout, salmon and herring. Include at least three servings of such fishes in your diet every week.There are other foods like cheese, eggs, snack bars, walnuts and milk which are said to be fortified omega-3 which helps in improving skin health.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Fruits And Vegetables

Hydration helps in nourishing the skin cells and helps in looking young and fresh. Drinking plenty of water throughout the day or water based vegetables and fruits help in nourishing the skin and keeps you looking young and fresh. Hydrated body means no dry skin and no wrinkles. Include plenty of citrus fruits, cucumber, watermelon, grapes, carrots, beans and green fresh vegetables in your diet.

Eat Vitamin C Rich Fruits And Vegetables

Lower Your Salt Consumption

Excess salt in the diet is not good for health. Salt can retain water in your body which will make you feel sluggish and heavy. As we start aging, our body starts losing its ability to move excess fluid from the body. Reducing salt intake helps in decreasing this bloating. Thus, its important to stay away from prepackaged meals, fried snacks, breads, soups which are high in sodium.

Minimize the intake of salts

Substitute With Healthy Foods

Start substituting what you eat everyday and make healthy choices. You can start your day with a bowl of oatmeal with low fat milk. This can be a better choice than sandwiches, artificial fruit juices and even cakes. Instead of munching on your regular deep fried snacks, you can substitute them with sweet potato fries. It is also a good option to substitute your milk chocolate bar with healthy nuts bars.