A 43-year-old mom from California claims that she and her 19-year-old daughter are often mistaken for sisters. I’m sure you are not surprise when you look at their picture.. ( i don’t know who is the mom, who is the daughter either .. hehe).
“I was pretty young when I had my daughter, so it’s not entirely impossible that we could be sisters,” Joleen Diaz told media.
Diaz has over 200k followers on Instagram, where she shares pictures of her family and some tips on her eating habits and her workout regimen.
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I’ve gotten questions about my eating habits 😇, and although I’m pretty active, eating sensibly has been the most important piece to a healthy lifestyle. ☺️ I try to eat as much whole foods as possible, drink lots of water, and stay away from red meat, eating mostly fish and eggs. I rarely eat dairy and limit processed foods, but I have a huge weakness for cake 🥴, and eat a small portion of dessert everyday. I’ve included a pic of what I typically eat for breakfast: steamed sweet potato, a boiled egg, walnuts, dried cranberries, and unsweetened green tea. I had to include my favorite Costco cake. 🤤 Typically, I eat dinner around 5pm and head to the gym around 7pm. I do not eat again until the next morning around 8am. Most people eat after they workout, but this routine works best with my schedule. 🤓 Please share any healthy eating tips! I’m always willing to try new things ☺️
“You are officially the hottest mom in the world,” one Instagram user gushed.
“I look at the photos of you and your daughter, and just can’t believe that you’re actually mother and daughter and not sisters,” another follower said.
“Are you really the mom? seriously? come on.. no way??” said another fan.
And Her Secret?
Diaz claims her youthful appearance is the result of healthy habits , workout and taking care of her skin at a very young age.
“I religiously take care of my skin,” she told media, explaining that she began using her mother’s skin-care products at 12 or 13. In addition, she wears sunscreen everywhere, in any kind of weather, and also applies Retin-A — a vitamin A derivative also known as Tretinoin — to her skin.
“I rarely drink alcohol, I get a lot of rest, and eat a balanced, healthy diet,” Diaz added.
And her daughter is already taking a few skin care tips from her.
“I had her start around age 12,” Diaz admitted.