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Foods that can help you look younger- Dietitian in Dadar Geetanjali Ahuja (Mengi)

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Foods that can help you look younger- Dietitian in Dadar Geetanjali Ahuja (Mengi)

People spend hundreds and thousands of dollars trying to look young.

They invest in cosmetic, commercial beauty products, costly therapies, and more all %u2013 just to look young and fresh.

It is important to remember, however, that looking young isn%u2019t just about taking care of yourself externally. You have to be careful about what goes inside your body because all of that contributes to your physical well-being.

Every 35 Days, Your Skin Replace itself. Your Liver, About a Month Your Body Makes These New cells From the Food You Eat, What U Eat LITERALLY Becomes You. You Have a Choice In what you%u2019re made of.

Avoid consuming or doing harmful things, such as eating junk food or smoking, and be sure you include some healthy food in your regular diet.

Not only do they help keep your mind and body fit but they also combat the aging effects of sunlight, stress, dust, and pollutants that you likely encounter on a frequent basis.

Aging is a natural part of life that can%u2019t be avoided.

However, the foods you eat can help you age better, both inside and out.

Here are foods that can help you look younger.

Avocado
Berries
Chocolate
Chia seeds
Drink lots of Water
Egg Whites
Fish
Fruits
Green Tea
Leafy Green Vegetables / Broccoli
Oats
Olive oil
Quinoa
Red Wine
Walnuts



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