8 Tips on How to Eat to Look Younger Chocolate and Red Wine Help Slow Aging This article has been written by an outside contributor. It has not been reviewed by the LifeScript editorial staff for accuracy. We think nothing of spending a small fortune on anti-wrinkle creams and other skin care products that promise to make us look years younger in just one week. Is this really necessary when the real secret to keeping a youthful complexion is as simple as eating the right types of food? Why purchase expensive anti-aging products when you can simply eat to look younger? When we eat to look younger, we also experience the health benefits associated with a balanced diet. With more women turning to cosmetic surgery, it seems like we are fixated on trying to reverse the effects of time. You can try to fight the aging process from the outside, but it is what you put into your body that really counts. Your body tends to peak around the age of 25. After this age, your body starts the aging process as your cell renewal rate slows down. That does not mean that it’s too late if you are over 25. It is never too late to start fighting the aging process. As long as you follow a healthy diet, you can still eat to look younger. 1. Stock up on dark fruit and vegetables Antioxidants are a great place to start if you want to eat to look younger. Antioxidants include vitamins, such as vitamin C, as well as bioflavonoids, which fight free radicals. Free radicals play havoc with our DNA and affect most of the cells in our bodies, so it’s vital to stock up on foods that contain antioxidants.
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