One of the easiest anti-aging tricks is to drink more water. Your skin retains 30% water. Not only does it hydrate inside and out, which cuts down on wrinkles, but it's also vital for cardiovascular health, your immune system, healthy digestion, and it even decreases your risk of serious illnesses. According to U.S. Institute of medicine, women should consume at least 91 ounces of water while men should drink at least 125 ounces of water per day.
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Love putting olive oil on your salads and meals? It's time to stock up because studies show that olive oil is a natural remedy for anti-aging. Olive oil is a healthy mono-saturated fatty acid which is essential for glowing, youthful skin. It can also fight depression and is a natural inflammatory food, like fish, which lowers the risk of such aging
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If you can't get enough anti-aging properties from your food, you can take supplements to slow down the clock. Natural health specialists recommend blueberry supplements that are rich in anti-aging antioxidants. They also recommend CoQ10, which is a nutrient your body naturally produces to stimulate brain cell function. Resveratrol, found in grape skin, and turmeric are also powerful anti-aging supplements.
Is your skin looking dry and dull lately? That's because you haven't been properly exfoliating. Exfoliation gets rid of dead skills cells, blackheads, and dirt, leaving a healthy youthful glow. You can also make your own exfoliation cleanser right at home using oatmeal, large brown sugar crystals, sea salt, almond powder, or apple cider vinegar. You can also add lemon juice, honey, and papaya puree as well.
Did you know scientists recently found a molecule in pomegranates that strengthens muscle cells and fights dysfunctional mitochondria, a leading cause of age-related conditions like Parkinson's disease? You can also discuss medical anti-aging procedures with your physician as well, like cosmetic surgery, gastric bypass, and Botox to remedy your aging concerns.
Sources: U.S. Institute of Medicine, Science Daily
Text, Layout, and Research: Elissa Capelle Vaughn
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