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7 Tips For Eating to Look Younger That Actually Work

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2. Water-Based Fruits and Vegetables

Hydration is a big part of looking young because it helps that skin retain moisture. When the skin is dehydrated it lays flatter on the body and wrinkles begin to show. This means not only drinking loads of water, but also making sure that you’re loading up on water heavy fruits and vegetables. Some really good choices include watermelon, cucumber, and citrus fruits.

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5:22AM PDT on Jun 9, 2015

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9:21PM PST on Feb 27, 2015

Thank you for the good tips.

3:36AM PST on Feb 2, 2015

Thank you for sharing =)

10:21AM PST on Jan 30, 2015

All good but keep the oysters😉

1:09AM PST on Jan 30, 2015

cool :)

1:08AM PST on Jan 30, 2015

cool :)

10:47AM PST on Nov 5, 2014

Love Guavas, Sweet Potatos, etc. keep your oysters friend!

10:25AM PDT on Oct 19, 2014

No oysters for me, but beans and nuts are a great source of zinc. Thanks for the post!

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