How to Reverse Aging Naturally

13 Anti-Aging Tips

While modern science labors intensively and expensively seeking a “magic bullet” or patentable drug that will slow or reverse aging, Nature has already provided “rules” that can dramatically slow the aging process in humans. A contemporary man is exposed to many harmful effects that often make us look old and tired. It is a common consequence of the modern lifestyle that involves lots of unhealthy habits and harmful environment. Here are some tips that can help you avoid aging, making you look much younger and healthier.

Nature to be commanded must be obeyed. Francis Bacon, founder of the modern scientific method, circa 1550

Maintain hydration

The earth is 2/3 covered with water. A human body is 2/3 water. Even a slight decrease in water content of the human body can lead to severe health problems. There are several reasons why keeping oneself hydrated ought to be mentioned among the crucial things to remember in order to keep yourself young-looking. First of all, consuming water is important for your skin – it moisturizes it and prevents unpleasant skin conditions like flakiness, dryness and tightness. In addition, water helps in detoxication processes so when there are some unnecessary compounds in your body that you need to get rid of – consumption of water is very important. Water is the essence of our mucus, which is the “moat surrounding the castle” of our body. Drink enough water to keep your urine a light shade of yellow.

Exercise for heart, brain and skin

Increased muscle mass, improved heart rate, avoiding many heart diseases and having positive hormone levels – there are many advantages that make exercise a crucial part of our everyday lives. Nevertheless, many people neglect this statement and avoid exercising on daily basis. If you wish to remain vital, you ought to exercise – your heart, your skin and your brain will be thankful.

De-Stress to reverse aging

Have you paid attention to the appearance of people that are exposed to a constant stress? Office workers, managers, teachers.. Many of them tend to look older than they actually are. Stress can make us look tired, the skin looks much worse. Staying positive is a very important factor to keep yourself looking young. Don’t let your job burn you out. Do things you enjoy and keep a positive thinking just as you did when you were a teenager. Those people, who manage to remain young in their minds, also tend to look young by their appearances. Meditation can help reduce the dependency on medication.

Good sleep naturally

Not having enough sleep has a similar impact as being exposed to high stress levels. Sleep deprivation has a particularly negative impact on hormone levels; it can also cause high blood pressure and contribute to obesity. Increased cortisol levels have an impact that makes us look similar to the older people. In this sense, having a good sleep every day is the way to go in order to feel and look healthy and vital. Deep restorative sleep is the goal.

How to Reverse Aging Naturally

Watch out for the UV radiation

Increased exposure to the UV radiation is one of the most popular causes of skin problems. UV causes accelerated collagen break down and contributes to the creating of the free radicals. This can lead to several problems – wrinkles, thick skin, freckles, low immunity and in many cases it can even lead to the development of skin cancer. The difference between a medicine and a poison is dosage. Sunshine is no exception to this rule. Protect fair skin and blue eyes. Yet allow your eyes to be irrigated with full spectrum sunlight when outdoors.

Best healthy fats for anti-aging

Monosaturated or the so called “good” fats are essential part of our daily nutrition as they are the ones keeping our heart healthy. Replacing the cheaper but harmful processed oil with healthy virgin olive oil is the way to go to keep your body functioning. Other foods – fish, avocados, nuts etc. are also superb sources of the “good” fat. Including them in your menu every day can be a great contribution to a youthful look and good general state of health. Avoid trans fats, aka hydrogenated fats.

Best healthy fats to eat

Quit smoking

Smoking is one of those unhealthy habits that have a truly damaging impact on our appearance. As we all know it very well, smoking can lead to numerous health problems – diabetes, cataracts, weak bones and hard arteries are just very few to mention. Suffering from these health problems make the smoker also look much older. Smoking blocks the development of the WPR proteins that are responsible for the repairing of our DNA cells, therefore the cells are aging in a much greater speed. In this case, there is just one piece of advice to give – quit smoking and do it for good.

Wine helps with anti-aging

Have you ever wondered about the youthful looks of the Mediterranean people? Some scientists are quite sure that it might have something to do with a favourite drink of theirs –wine. Superb antioxidant content in the wine can help us greatly when it comes to fighting off the harmful free radicals and also make us relaxed thus slowing down the negative impact of the stress. It is recommended to have a glass of wine every day in order to remain vital. Drinking too much wine, however, can have an adverse effect. Nevertheless, small amounts of wine every day could be your key to young-looking appearance.

Phytonutrients in fruit

Thinking about what you eat is one of the most important factors that can contribute to anti-aging processes. It’s all about what you make your body digest. Unhealthy food contains lots of harmful compounds that are not that easy to be removed and they have barely any nutritional benefits. Vitamin C, zinc, beta-carotene are just few to mention when we talk about the protection of our body. They contribute greatly to protecting our eyes and skin. Fruit and vegetables are superb sources of these nutrients.

Why fruit is so good for you

Calcium helps maintain bones

Healthy bones are another important factor that keeps us young and fit. People with fragile bones tend to lead a lifestyle that is more similar of that of the elderly people. Calcium intake is important in this sense but you should be aware of the ways you do it. For instance, plain milk has a harmful impact on our digestive system so instead of having a glass of milk, think of a better option – yoghurt is a great alternative that will both provide you with the required amounts of calcium and keep your digestive flora healthy.

Don’t exaggerate with face-wash

Although many of us might think that washing the face as much and often as possible is the way to go in order to keep the skin of the face healthy and youthful, it might not be the case. Washing the face too often, rinsing it with hot water and applying too much facial wipes when removing make-up might have reverse effects. Simply think about the damage that is done to your skin, don’t use the make-up and don’t wash the face if there is no need for that.

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Caffeine, don’t over do it

There are several reasons why you should consider reducing your coffee intake. Even though there are many factors that make the consumption of coffee quite healthy, there are several that can contribute to the aging processes. For example, tannin that is found in coffee can block our skin cells, preventing them from receiving the needed nutrients. The consumption of coffee in large amounts can also have a strong diuretic impact thus enabling the dehydration.

Watch your alcohol consumption

Even though there is nothing wrong about having a glass of nice drink from time to time, this is the case when a little too much of the good stuff can harm you – and make you look older than you really are. The main factor is dehydration – as paradoxical as it may seem, but alcohol makes our kidneys to remove more water, which means less water for our skin. This is a common cause of various health problems.

Dr. Patrick Quillin

Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS is an internationally recognized expert in the area of nutrition and health. He has 30 years experience as a clinical nutritionist, of which 10 years were spent as the Vice President for a leading cancer hospital system where he worked with thousands of cancer patients in a hospital setting. He is a Best Selling Author with 18 books which have sold over 2,000,000 copies and also a Keynote Speaker.

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