14 foods that make you look older

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There are foods that work in favor of our beauty and make us look younger. Already have other harmful components that facilitate the action of free radicals in our body and accelerate aging cells.

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That's why after a holiday of many abuses with excess alcohol and fatty foods, your skin gets the worse aspect, often with spines, grease and stains. "What you eat affects your skin - for good or ill"He said in an interview with Health.com portal, the expert Ariel Ostad, American Academy of Dermatology member.

Eat either bullshit sporadically will not age the evening up for the day, but keep an unbalanced diet can speed up this process on your skin and teeth over time.

Foods that cause premature aging

Check out 14 foods you should eat in moderation if you want to keep your youthful appearance:

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Sweet - When you eat more sugar than your cells can process, the surplus amount bind to proteins, initiating a process called glycation and forming a substance that damages the collagen of the skin. In addition, other sugar promotes deterioration proliferation of bacteria and discoloration of the teeth.

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Alcohol - When the liver is working properly, the toxins that could affect the skin are expelled naturally. But if they accumulate in the liver and are not broken, the skin can develop a number of conditions such as acne, yellowish skin and wrinkles. Drink also favors the appearance of rosacea. To complete, alcohol dehydrates the skin and impairs sleep, factors related to the aging process.

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White wine - While red wine 'painting' a purple mouth, the acid contained in white damage tooth enamel and leaves more susceptible to more persistent stains. This means that drinking white wine makes your teeth more vulnerable to stains caused by coffee, for example. Brush your teeth immediately after drinking may be worse because it will increase the erosion. Wait about 1 hour so that the tooth can be remineralize.

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burning flesh - You know that piece of hamburger that was too parched? It can contain hydrocarbons that promote inflammation, which is a problem for the skin, since the process destroys collagen. Try to remove as much as you can of 'queimadinhos' and clean the grill before preparing the next piece, not to contaminate it.

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salty foods - You can even control the salt laying on their preparations, but that does not mean that their consumption is low. Many canned foods are preserved with sodium, which cause fluid retention and swelling.

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Food spicy - It aggravates rosacea skin prone, but also cause harm to those who are in menopause. This is because, at this stage, the skin blood vessels are more reactive. Like spicy food dilates vessels, menopausal women may perceive the spotted and less youthful skin.

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Red meat - fatty meat generates free radicals that damage healthy cells. As a result of this process, the skin loses the ability to protect and produce collagen. Avoid eating red meat every day: prefer leaner options such as turkey or chicken. Also, bet in antioxidants that block the action of free radicals.

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Energy - Drink wears tooth enamel and, being acidic, favors stubborn stains. Drinking through a straw may be an alternative, because the contact of the liquid with the teeth decreases.

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Processed meats - Cold cuts, sausage, bacon and some have preservatives that can trigger inflammation in the skin and accelerate the aging appearance. They also tend to contain a high salt content, which can leave your face and body swollen.

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Lemonade - All citrus harm to the teeth, but the lemon turned out to be the worst in a study of General Dentistry. If there is added sugar, then the damage is complete.

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Caffeine - Being diuretic, caffeine promotes dehydration, including the skin. The solution, however, is simple: you can compensate for the loss of fluids by drinking plenty of water or use a moisturizer to correct the appearance of the skin instantly. Prefer a product with hyaluronic acid, which retains plenty of water.

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Trans fat - Besides the obvious reason not to consume it - the high risk of cardiovascular disease - there are more reasons that make villain. Trans fat promotes inflammation, a process that destroys the collagen of the skin, and leave you more vulnerable to damaging UV rays, which is the No. 1 cause of premature aging.

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Coffee - In addition to caffeine, which ages the skin, the coffee is terrible for your teeth. It leaves the surface of the porous enamel, causing erosion over time. A good tip is to take a glass of water immediately following, that 'washes' the acid. Chewing sugarless gum also helps as it increases saliva production, which promotes remineralization.

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Black tea - Although not as damaging as the coffee, the drink also causes stains on teeth. If mixed with the milk, however, the damage is smaller.

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