Black Tea Is The Fountain Of Youth

Oprah Winfrey had a segment on anti-aging called, “Look 10 Years Younger In 10 Days” An anti-aging expert (what an odd expertise) had a list of foods that will help reduce those dreadful wrinkles (eww wrinkles)

Here are some foods that will help you keep wrinkles away

BEST CARBOHYDRATE CHOICES: Artichokes, avocados, dark-green leafy vegetables, broccoli, cabbage, Chinese cabbage, spinach, escarole, romaine lettuce, cherries, berries (blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, etc.), apples, pears, barley, beans (dried and fresh), bean sprouts, endive, eggplant, cabbage, kale, red and green peppers, bok choy, celery, cucumbers, kidney beans, pinto beans, chick peas, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, honeydew melons, lentils, bean sprouts, mushrooms, tomatoes, turnips, pomegranates, snow peas, slow cooking oatmeal

BEST PROTEIN SOURCES: Wild Alaskan salmon, halibut, trout, anchovies, sardines, poultry, yogurt, high EFA eggs, kefir, cottage cheese, tofu

BEST FATS: Extra virgin olive oil, flax oil, flax seed, nuts (esp. almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts and macadamia), pumpkin, sesame and sunflower seeds

BEVERAGES: Spring water, green tea, white tea, black tea

Buckwheat, whole oats, barley

SPICES: Turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, oregano, basil, thyme, cayenne, (every spice and herb you can think of are stellar anti-aging foods)

In conclusion, there are a lot of foods to help reduce the look of aging on ones face. If you are anything like me you want to keep your face wrinkle free for as long as humanly possible. This is an easy and natural way to maintain that goal of looking young forever.



Filed under Beauty, Health

2 responses to “Black Tea Is The Fountain Of Youth

  1. kenwahfu

    Your food with combination of fruits, vegetables, oil and herbs are truly good for health, real fountain of youth.


  2. Mousefinger

    Hmmm…I still don’t see what’s so wrong with growing old and looking old. Why do we (humans) have the general revulsion toward the natural aging process? Why? Why try to mimic a Photoshopped impossibility?

    I’m in my mid-40s, so I’m not some kid looking up with 60 years left in the tank. I do take care of my body (exercise, don’t smoke, more plants, less meat, etc.), but honestly: wrinkles don’t bother me. I also have a patch of gray hair coming in. Doesn’t bother me.

    At some point, it’ll be impossible to fend off the natural atrophic decline. My grandmother is 103 years old. I believe she gave up on fighting wrinkles at about 32.

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