Food items that give you wrinkles

If you want to maintain a youthful appearance, you should first take a closer look at your everyday habits — and it all starts on your plate. By eating sensibly and avoiding certain foods, you can help keep your skin looking flawless and wrinkle-free. Here's a list of foods you should keep off the menu if you want achieve a perfect complexion:


1. Salt


When you eat too much salt, sodium absorbs the water in your cells, causing your skin to dry out. You've probably noticed this when you've eaten something that was too salty. Aside from the fact that wrinkles appear more pronounced on dried-out skin, a dehydrated body gets tired more quickly, which leads to sallow-looking skin. Therefore, it's best to keep the amount of salt in your food down.

2. Overcooked or burned meat

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Meat that is overcooked or slightly burned is no good for your skin or body. This particularly applies to red meat. When meat is overdone, it contains hydrocarbons which lower the amount of collagen in your skin. As collagen is a structural protein that gives your skin its elasticity, this is bad news for your complexion. So keep a close eye on your barbecue and avoid cooking meat for too long.

3. Refined sugar


Refined white sugar isn't particular good for your health, and doesn't do your skin any favors either. Sugar attaches itself to collagen, minimizing its effect and resulting in skin that's dry, less flexible, and more susceptible to wrinkles over time. It's therefore best to opt for non-refined sugar or natural substitutes such as Stevia or agave syrup. Bake at home with ingredients you know instead of buying candy and cakes at the store. 

4. Alcohol


We've all been there. The morning after a glass of wine too many, your skin is hardly looking its best in the mirror. As well as giving your skin a pallid, tired, and dry appearance, alcohol makes your wrinkles appear more obvious. That's surely one good reason to drink in moderation!

Making these simple changes to your eating and drinking habits should help you maintain radiant, youthful-looking skin. We hope these tricks will work out for you!

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