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Gorgeous 40-something-year-old celebrities seem to walk the planet as immortals who defy any type of aging process. If anything, it’s as if turning more beautiful and being in better shape is a right of passage for celebrity women who enter their fourth decade. Celebrities such as 42-year-old “Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi stroll the beach like a goddess and Gwen Stefani graces the stage alongside husband Gavin Rossdale looking like a rock star.
Although we mortals may not have access to all the secrets and tricks that millionaire celebrities rely on to stay radiant, we can adopt anti-aging habits that can help slow down the aging process or rather, maximize our appearance and how we’ll feel when we’re older. Anti-aging tips won’t necessarily prevent the aging process from happening (after all, we’re not God) but you’ll improve your overall wellness in the long-run. When you feel great, you look great at any age.
With Our Body Till The Day We Die
Prolonging the health of our bodies requires ongoing internal and external maintenance. To effectively preserve your body for longevity, you have to commit to exercise and nutrition as a lifestyle. If you’re striving for the youthfulness that 40-something actress Courtney Cox and nearly 50 Australian model Elle Macpherson exude, then honestly living healthfully every day can’t be intermittent.
Mimic the lifestyles of these ageless celebrities:
- Gwen Stefani: Strength training and cardio for total-body workouts
- Elle Macpherson: Variety, including biking, surfing, gym workouts and fish oil
- Marisa Tomei: Hula hooping, dancing and grazing to prevent feeling ravenous
- Sheryl Crow: Cardio workouts, pilates and P90X mixed with foods full of omega-3 fats
We Only Get One Skin
It’s easy to feel physically invincible until you stop to look in the mirror years and see the damage that took years of carelessness to create. Tanning, sun damage through excessive sun bathing and dehydration all have an effect on the one face we’re given in a lifetime. Foremost, treat your skin well and avoid exposing it to the sun excessively. Then adopt a skin care regimen. Caring for our skin shouldn’t be for just cosmetic purposes. Our skin is the largest organ in our body and to take care of it ensures a lifetime of wellness.
Learning Mental Sharpness
Learning should be a lifelong endeavor. Hollywood superstar Jane Fonda, who is beautifully 40 plus 34 years, is known for exercising her brain to help her stay young. From new experiences and discoveries to reading a wide variety of literature, learning and acquiring more and more knowledge helps your mind stay sharp.
You can support mental health by reading the following influential classics recommended by Oprah.com:
- “One Hundred Years of Solitude” (Gabriel Garca Mrquez)
- “East of Eden” (John Steinbeck)
- “Light in August” (William Faulkner)
- “The Good Earth” (Pearl S. Buck)
- “Middlemarch” (George Eliot)
Article written by Beth Peterson.