Potato chips and French Fries
Anything that's deep-fried in oil can add to inflammation throughout your body. Especially avoid trans fats. It can raise your LDL "bad" cholesterol and lower HDL "good" cholesterol, which increases your risk for heart disease. Check food labels on baked goods and crackers, and avoid "partially hydrogenated oils" and "vegetable shortening."
These are also high in saturated fats. The key with meat is to keep it clean. Tenderloin cuts tend to be leaner. Look for ground beef that is at least 95% lean. Ground turkey breast and chicken breast are other lean options.
Moderate drinking may be good for your heart, but heavy drinking can rev up the aging process. "Moderate" is one drink per day for women (such as a 5 ounce glass of wine or 12 ounce glass of beer) and two drinks for men.
Eating too much sugar and processed carbohydrates (like pasta, bread, and baked goods) can lead to damage in your skin's collagen, which keeps your skin springy and resists wrinkles. Other foods, like fruits and vegetables, are good for your skin.