Forever Young 6 healthy foods that prevent wrinkles from your skin

Avocado is the leading food here due to its abundance of Vitamin E and healthy oils.

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Avocados are prefect to slow down your aging process play

Avocados are prefect to slow down your aging process

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Everyone wants to look forever young. It is a baby boy and baby girl life out there, and that's so cool!

Of course no one wants to be 25 and look 40. The goal is to have a skin that is constantly rejuvenated and as fesh and smooth as a baby's.

Here are six proven foods that'll help you achieve that easily:

1. Watermelon

Vitamin C and lycopene are present in watermelon, making them pretty cool in maintaining that healthy, youthful look.

2. Nuts

Consuming nuts helps in preventing wrinkles as they're rich sources of healthy fat and phytochemicals.

3. Cocoa

This contains flavonols and flavonoids, two things which help you develop a more elastic skin and less wrinkles.

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4. Olive Oil

Olive oil should always be handy if you intend to keep your skin fresh and prevent it from aging badly Olive oil contains polyphenols and, of course, healthy oils which make it perfect for you.

 

5. Avocado

Apart from being great for culinary purposes, Avocado can also be used to slow down your aging process. It's filled with Vitamin E and healthy oils, so it's ideal.

6. Green Tea

Stay young, look young and keep living the baby boy and baby girl life by taking green tea.

The presence of catechins and polyphenols makes it just the right thing for this purpose.

In conclusion, try to stay away from foods that have refined sugar, processed carbohydrates, deep fried foods and alchohol.

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