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8 Healthy Habits That Make You Radiant

How to Achieve a More Youthful Appearance, Naturally

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  • I think a lot of the comments are right, genetics plays a role! I got lucky hitting the genetics jackpot myself. However, I think being careful with sun exposure was left out. Getting sleep, water, eating clean, exercising and reducing stress are the most helpful ideas! Anything you do to keep the body in great shape has to be helpful and keep you feeling optimal~ - 11/4/2014 3:08:04 PM
  • I used to smoke, I used to drink, sure social, but I was a party girl, long after the girl was very much a women. And there were the social indulging in drugs. How did this affect my skin, hair, general look? I didn't know until I quit. I looked healthier, younger, every part of me was more radiant. Yes I have good genes. but you can take the most beautiful women and subject her to bad habits, and see how she declines in appearance.
    Not everyone who is eating healthy, exercising,getting sleep, are going to turn into a knockout beauty. But they are going to look a lot better than if they didn't.. That's what this article is saying.
    When I don't sleep, I'm under stress, i show it right away. And since i am vain, yeah, I admit it, that's why I hated myself when I became obese. I take one look at the circles, dull hair, and know that I have to take steps to get back on track.
    there's nothing wrong in wanting to look attractive, as long as that isn't all a person is about.
    As women and men, we should do everything to keep ourselves looking and feeling the best we can.
    I'm happy to say I'm near 73.
    I'm too afraid of scars, blood and pain to have any nips and tucks. So I gotta work with what I got and that's the way it is. - 10/8/2014 12:18:04 PM
  • I have to agree with KB42ANDFIT in this is a VERY gender sexist post. However, I also have to say it's a pretty useless post as well. I'm not trying to be the bearer of bad new but I do all those things and I still look my age. LOL (happily so) Sorry ladies and gentleman (see Spark?? THAT's how you include..) but genetics plays a roll in this...and if you're truly vain, plastic surgery :o)

    Now, the article WAS great for daily living habits. and I think THAT's what the article should have been geared for. I'll take my 5 points though. :o)
    - 10/2/2014 12:15:12 PM
  • Thank you very much for this inspiration post.

    Sometimes we forget to relax and take some time off, even when we are relaxing!

    Great article! - 9/29/2014 2:33:01 AM
  • Oh, excellent, excellent, EXCELLENT points. Thanks so much for putting all the ducks in a row! I am sixty, have always consciously practiced each of these directives thanks to the teachings of my wonderfully wise mother and her mother and her - well, you get my point :) People are always shocked when I tell them my age, guessing me at early 40's at the outside. Yes, I am very pleased lol. The best advice is the simple stuff, so keep preaching it, girl! - 8/12/2013 10:59:24 PM
  • KB42ANDFIT
    Would you write this article with the lede in male pronouns? If not, don't write it for women either. Why shouldn't I celebrate my achievements of having lived 40+ years successfully and happily? - 8/12/2013 10:33:56 AM

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