"Food feeds your muscles — and there are 21 muscles in your face," says Dr. David Colbert, a Manhattan dermatologist. "If the muscles under your face aren't strong and the skin isn't resilient, you end up with sagging, bloated grandfather-martini face." The first step, is to eat more kale. The ultimate face plant, kale tones skin and keeps it resilient, with vitamins A and K, and increases muscle strength. The green also has phytochemicals, which limit sun damage.
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