Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This!

Are you smoker? Do you look older than your friends who are same age?

Identical twins may be born with almost identical DNA. But their life choices like environmental toxicity, diet, and the chemicals they are exposed to – can in fact alter their own genetic expression. It can influence the way they look. Since identical twins are perfect study to determine the dietary effects and lifestyle choices may have on our body, we can really learn a lot from comparing twins. They behave differently but the critical difference is being smoker or not.

 

Smoking is one of the leading contributors to diminished life expectancy and diseases of affluence. It is a habit that, in a variety of ways, negatively impacts our body. There is a link with:

Unfortunately the nicotine and all those high chemicals in most cigarettes are extremely addicting. That’s why long-time smokers find it very difficult to stop. According to the University of Colorado, genetics play a significant role in the process of quit smoking. Those who are described as ‘emotional’ actually tend to have more difficult (and longer) time quitting. This is due to emotional reasons that most people light up in the first place. To suppress anger, anger, sadness, and even joy, those who have a difficult time dealing with their emotions and feelings may find themselves more easily hooked.

If all this is true, there is no better prove than the photo comparisons below. Identical twins are compared. One of them is a long-time smoker. The differences between their faces are very evident. Those who smoke tend to have bags underneath their eyes, more wrinkled skin, and ridges around their lips.

Can you guess who from the twins smokers are?

 

Is it the twin on the right or left ?

Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This

This is trick question: both are actually smokers, but the brother on the right side has smoked 14 years longer than his twin on the left.

Is it the person on the right or left?

Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This

Both are also smokers, but the twin on the left has been smoking 17 years longer than her sister. The individual who has smoked longer has more lines around her lips  and large bags underneath her eyes.

Is it the smoker on the right or left?

Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This

The twin on the right. She has spent a considerable amount of time in the sun and has smoked for 16 years of her life. It can age the skin as you can see on the photo. It is very important to note that smoking diminishes vitamin A. that is why smokers tend to have less healthy skin. (Below you can see the same twins, but from a side profile)

Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This

Is it the twin on the right or left?

Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This

 

If you said the twin on the left, you are right. For the past 14 years she has smoked half a pack of cigarettes a day. Her sister has never smoked.

Is it the one on the right or left?

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The woman on the right is the smoker. Visually, her smoking habit is easy to spot. She has less-plump lips and more wrinkles on her face.

Is it the person on the right or left?

Identical Smoker and Non-Smoker Twins Look Like This

The identical twin who smokes is on the right.

Is it the twin on the left or right?

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The one on the left is the smoker.

If you or someone you know still lights up, suggest they consume plenty of vitamin A-rich foods and more alkalizing, leafy-green vegetables. They will offset the damage done by carcinogenic cigarettes.

 

 

 

Source: WhyDontYouTryThis

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