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The Anti-Wrinkle Diet | Reader's Digest
Plus: 7 Anti-Aging Secrets
1. Put more fruits and vegetables on your plate.
When British researchers checked the diets and wrinkles of 4,025 middle-aged women, they found that vitamin C-rich foods reduced the risk of significant wrinkles by 36 percent. This antioxidant vitamin may protect skin by mopping up free radicals, the unstable oxygen molecules that damage collagen. Increasing your intake of vitamin C is as easy as having berries or a glass of orange juice at breakfast, red peppers and grapefruit at lunch, and broccoli at dinner. Other studies show...
How to Reduce Puffy Eyes and Dark Circles: 6 Surefire ...
Models and performers have reduced puffiness and wrinkles with hemorrhoid cream for years--the stuff tightens puffy areas quickly and reduces wrinkles. If the odor of the cream is too strong, mix a bit of your moisturizer into it before applying. And be careful not to get any of the cream in your eyes.
Caffeinated tea, which contains natural tannins, is a mild diuretic and long-used by grandmothers and runway models for reducing eye puffiness. Soak two tea bags in warm water, and then chill the bags for a few minutes in the refrigerator. Place one tea bag on each...
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Anti-Aging Foods That Make You Live Longer | Reader's Digest
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Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, peas porridge in the pot nine days old: When it comes to living a long life, it doesn't matter how you eat your green and yellow legumes as long as you eat them. (Okay maybe not nine days old; food poisoning is no fun.) Eating whole, cooked peas and other legumes--a staple of the Mediterranean...