1. Exercise Four or More Times per Week:
A study showed that regular exercise can slow the aging process. You’ll fend off muscle loss and sleep better when you exercise most days of the week.

2. Eat More Fruits:
Sorbitol, which gives grapes, berries, plums, and pears their sweetness, is a humectant, a substance that attracts water when applied to the skin, helping it absorb and retain moisture and giving it a radiant youthful look.

3. Start Strength Training:
Regular strength training, with your own body weight or using external weights, can help to increase metabolism, increase strength, and improve balance. In addition, increased muscle tone helps to provide a more youthful appearance.


4. Get Strong with Protein
Our lean muscle mass is made up of protein, so getting enough in your diet can help build and maintain your muscles to keep fit. Less defined muscle on the body can also cause the appearance of looser, sagging skin, making you appear older than your biological age.


5. Meditate or Do Yoga
Research suggests meditation may slow aging by reducing stress, improving well-being, and adjusting hormonal factors. Yoga and deep breathing can also help increase outward signs of attractiveness. These techniques help you relax, which gives you a more calm, centered appearance rather than being riddled with stress, which increases aging and makes you look older.


6. Eat Oily Fish
Salmon and other oily fish are rich in DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol), a compound that boosts muscle tone and is one of the must-have ingredients in expensive “mature” skin creams. Eating oily fish twice a week offers the same benefits.




7. Practice Calisthenics
Calisthenics can help to increase core strength and improve posture. Holding your body more upright with improved posture improves balance, protects against falls, and helps you look younger.



8. Drink More Water
The more hydrated you are, the more plump, subtle, and youthful your skin will appear. In addition, staying hydrated can improve energy levels and fight against cravings, which makes it easier to stay on target with your exercise goals and healthy eating habits.


9. Do Endurance Training
According to the American Medical Society for Sport Medicine, most adults who add endurance training to their workout routine mot only improves the quality of life but can also extend a person’s lifespan by up tp five years!

10. Load Up on Antioxidants
Antioxidants like vitamins A and C fight against free radicals, helping you maintain a younger appearance. When free radicals from diet or the environment threaten to damage skin cells, antioxidants fight against these compounds and protect skin cells. Eat oranges, strawberries, blueberries, bell peppers, and spinach to reap these benefits.

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