These 7 Foods and Drinks Can Make You Look Older
Unfortunately, nobody is getting younger, but it doesn’t mean that we look depending on how many years we actually have. Of course, genetics has a lot to do with how fast (and how nice) we age, but still, there are things that we can influence. Here are seven foods (and drinks) that can make you look older:
- White wine is acidic and causes a lot of damage to your teeth and mouth in general.
- Yogurt sometimes contains too much sugar and that makes your skin look older.
- Dried fruit contains lots of sugar too and affects your teeth health and skin.
- Lemonade is acidic and high in sugar – once again, bad for your teeth and skin.
- Margarine is full of trans fats associated with aging and degenerative age-related diseases.
- Bacon, prosciutto, and salami make you dehydrated.
- Coffee, if sipping all day long, exposes teeth to acid, and in combination with sugar exposes your teeth to bacteria.
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