52 Year Old Ageless Beauty From China Shares Her Anti-aging Secrets!

52 Year Old Ageless Beauty From China Shares Her Anti-aging Secrets!

Have you ever heard of Gong Li? She is a famous actress from China. She still looks gorgeous although she is already 52 years old. In fact, not only Gong Li, …


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  1. Tedd Yung

    You are what you eat. Your body needs all the vitamins and minerals to metabolize: Repair or Replace.
    The body's default mode is to be LAZY(do as little as possible) if you don't provide it with all the materials to metabolize. Caucasians who live on East Asian or similar diets look much younger and vibrant than those who don't. Healthy food is NOT expensive but takes work: shopping, preparing and cleaning. The root cause of all failures is LAZINESS:mentally and physically.

  2. Joshua Miller

    There are some top anti-aging secrets home remedies that can manage the aging issues significantly. Likewise, eating anti-aging foods, fruits and some lifestyle management can reverse the aging effects significantly. You can read an article “9 Foods To Overcome Aging (Ultimate Guide with Ultimate Details) at zovon.
    Yoga is considered as one of the best thing that can reverse the aging effects significantly at home. There are several poses that can boost the blood circulation and provide the essential nutrition to various cells. I have found an article entitled " 21 Yoga Poses for Anti Aging – Yoga Turns the Clock Back" at zovon.

  3. Susan Darby

    All you have to do is observe Chinese men to see whether Chinese people age slower than others because men generally don't get plastic surgery. To me, Chinese men age the same as European men. Therefore I doubt there is much difference in aging between the two races. I mean, rice water and camellia oil can only take you so far…

  4. Kersi Katgara

    Don’t worry what you put on top of your skin or hair – it never works. Only your lifestyle and what you eat matters, and your genes of cause. My grandmother at 82 had a skin of 40 years old, even she never used any creams or cosmetics, she was totally opposed of putting any chemicals on her skin.

  5. VivzMusic

    She looks like my sister and my sister is older than her. No plastic surgeries. Just a healthy diet and regular exercise to promote blood and energy circulation to nourish the cells of the body. Fill your thoughts with positive thinking and let them manifest. Good genes does help at well. Im 41 and many times mistaken as a teenager. And yes being Asian is also a perk. Stay away from uv rays of the sun. Peace.

  6. Olivia O

    I am Chinese, let me share my experience. I was born and raised in China and have been living in the U.S. for 20 years. I am 41 but everyone thinks I am mid-late 20's. When I was mid 30's I was still often mistaken for college student. If you ask me how I keep myself looking young, I am afraid I don't really have an answer. I don't use expensive skin care products, too cheap to splurge on facial/spa treatments, and definitely won't consider plastic surgeries. The skincare "secrets" mentioned in the video seem more like a myth to me. Sure I use goji berry to make soup once in a while, but I don't eat it often enough to benefit from it. Besides genetics, the one thing I can think of may be diet.

    1. Since I grew up in China I have adopted the Chinese diet which contains a ton of freshly cooked vegetables, especially leafy greens. I like to buy my veggies in Chinese supermarket because the selections are 20x more than American markets. Don't get fooled by the the greasy meat and deep fried dishes you see on Chinese restaurant menus. We don't eat that everyday at home. If you go to an authentic Chinese restaurant (not American Chinese restaurant), look for dishes under the "vegetables" section, those dishes are closer to what we eat at home. The home cooked meals have less salt and grease in it. Personally I don't like to put too much store-bought pre-made sauces or seasonings in my food (e.g, soy sauce, bbq sauce, etc), because I don't know what ingredients were really added to it, and they are obviously not "fresh". I like to use fresh natural seasoning (think, fresh garlic, green scallion, hot pepper, etc).

    2. I try not to eat processed food especially processed meat such as hot dogs (yuck!), bacon, canned food, etc.

    3. Consume as little sugar as possible. I don't purposely avoid desserts or sugary snacks, but I definitely don't enjoy eating food that tastes too sweet. Unfortunately most American cakes/candies are too sweet and they don't tastes good to me anymore.

    4. Once in a while I like to detox – no, not the crazy intense detoxification you have read about, my detox is rather gentle and natural, and doesn't require special effort, for example, eating lots of fruits and veggies that I know have high fibers, drinking green tea an hour or two after eating too much meat or greasy food to help break down the grease; drink herbal tea such as chamomile flower tea, etc.

    5. Pay attention to my living environment and try not to expose myself to too much harmful chemicals. This one is harder because we often don't have control over what's going on around us especially in public space. What I can do is to make sure my home is clean, reduce the amount of germs/bacteria, use natural cleaning products (definitely don't use chemical cleaner to clean the inside of your fridge where your foods are). I guess what I am trying to say is pay attention to what goes in to your system – what you breath in, what you eat and drink, etc.

    And then of course use sun screen, exercise, sleep well, and all those things we already know. 🙂

  7. toniiah

    It's funny that we always hear how great Asian people and black people look for their age. When in reality, we've all been brainwashed to see European beauty as the standard and it's not so much that they look good for their age as that European people just don't age as well as the rest of the planet.

  8. Support4MySingers

    I think people forget that for thousands of years that Asians in general have eaten a diet of incredible health. They stick to a very raw diet and those who don't still cook many healthy, leafy greens, sea foods, loads of vegetables and fruits, nuts, grains and legumes, not to mention healthy spices. Asians tend to eat vegetables even for breakfast. Doing that for thousands of years literally changes a humans genes and DNA. Add those years of such eating with evolution and it turns those people into healthy beings. Unlike other places, like the west where for many years we've eaten bad foods and each generation has been born with more and more physical and mental conditions! Asians have very healthy genes because of their diet and it always shows in the skin. That's also why Latin women age so well with the amount of spices and vegetables they consume in their diets. Diets and food = health and youth. BUT, you also need the money do to that. Poor people in China/Asia who can't afford such diets do not age well.
    But also, despite what some others have commented with about skin care…if you have the money then yes, you can have great skin even if you eat bad foods. A lot of women in Korea who have bad diets still have flawless skin because they spend thousands a month on the best products in the world and spend hours a day, every single day looking after their skin and on days where their skin is showing signs of their diet they use the best makeup in the world to hide it all.
    Money can help when it comes to great skin but ultimately it's your diet that should be the number one concern!
    Sorry to write so much!

  9. Love2 Clean,LLC

    If only there was not such an emphasis on looking young, but becoming wise. we value looking young way too much. when men are attracted to extremely young women or women are attracted to extremely young men,we have a problem that evolves into what we call statutory rape. maybe we should cherish the older more distinguished-looking men and women.

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