I'll take all of that with a grain of salt, there are many repercussions from smoking and drinking alcohol and eating pig meat, but honestly I don't think wrinkles is one of them.
These greatly increase the effects of aging and you devolop wrinkles crows feet and all those other signs of old age.This actually is the case in many nationalities where these things are either greatly consumed or not eaten at all. For example take a black/asian/arab/south american person who is,lets say 45 yrs old and a european/scandanavian/north american person the same age and the diffrence is blatantly obvious,
There are so many things wrong with that deduction. First of all different races age differently. One race is more prone to wrinkles then the other, one gets grey hair faster then the other and so on... So you cannot just compare one to another. Furthermore, the cultural habits are not set to nationality. For example here in Belgium drinking and smoking and pig is widespread, yet there are people who do not smoke or drink or eat pig meat and who age all the same as the rest of us. Thirdly, there's a whole different lifestyle to consider. There are so many things that people from one region do different then those from another. For example, people frequently visit tanning beds or spent hours laying in the sun while on holiday even though our skin isn't used to it. Whereas people from the southern regions tend to avoid the sun be it with sombrero's or turbans or just by taking long siesta's. So it's practically impossible to pinpoint the actual cause of this by one or three things, it could be a whole range of things responsible. The only way I'm gonna believe this is when you get me a biologist that can tell me just how these products contribute to wrinkles, because as far as I know that seems far fetched.
So... why do you call them "facts"?