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Anti-Aging in 4 Steps: A Holistic and Natural Approach

Written by Dr. Group, DC Founder
Table full of fruits. Antioxidants rich foods and herbs are shown anti-aging ability by slowing down the aging process.

As you get older, life should be like a stroll, not a series of constant challenges. Every year you should feel great and look good as you enjoy a high quality of life. Contrary to the myths that senility, sexual dysfunction, or getting wrinkles always come as part of aging, it doesn’t take much to keep yourself healthy, fit, and looking good.

4 Natural Anti-Aging Tips

Take these four steps to look and feel young for years to come.

1. Eat Healthy

Your first step starts with eating healthy. Your nutritional requirements change as you get older. And you don’t digest some foods as well as you once did. So you should make sure you get plenty of vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and K — especially vitamin K2 to keep your bones strong.

Make sure you get plenty of organic protein for your muscles, brain, and skin. And plenty of raw, organic fruits and vegetables for the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

The more nutrition you get, the more energy you’ll have. But just as important, let’s face it, you want to keep your looks for as long as you can. When you eat nutritious food, your body works better and that’s reflected in your skin.

When you eat processed foods loaded with refined sugars and other unnatural chemicals, your body works less effectively and cannot remove excess toxins. This waste then gets stored in your skin. So, the best thing you can do to stay energized, keep a clear mind, and preserve your looks is to eat a healthy, natural diet.

If your diet has been a weakness, don’t worry, you can start today. You’ll be amazed how quickly your energy returns.

2. Wrinkles Fade When You Take Care of Your Skin

Nothing announces age quite like wrinkles and crow’s feet. But these signs of aging just mean that your skin isn’t producing as much moisture as it once did. While a healthy diet helps to provide essential nutrients that support skin moisture and structure, topical lotions, creams, and butters help with skin rejuvenation. So for your second step, regularly apply skin moisturizers and creams that nourish. These deliver moisture and nutrients where the body can use them. Eye creams work around the eyes to erase expression lines, crow’s feet, and dark circles. Facial creams restore, smooth and tone your face, the one area of your body that endures the sun, wind, and dryness more than anywhere else.

When it comes to your skin, insist on all-natural, organic skincare products. Just as with your diet, you should avoid harsh chemicals that do more damage than good and speed aging.

Topical vitamin C is one skincare product that offers a natural and effective way to nourish and protect your skin. In one 3 month trial, volunteers who used topical vitamin C showed better than 84 percent improvement in skin smoothness and brightness compared to those who didn’t.[1] Another study reported 3 percent ascorbic acid improved skin structure and plumpness and reduced the appearance of wrinkles.[2]

3. Take Care of Your Body

Regular exercise prevents disease, keeps your brain sharp, and promotes longevity. It also increases your oxygen levels, keeps you strong, and reduces stress.

Get enough sleep. If you find it hard to get enough sleep at night, find time to take a nap. Older adults who take naps perform better on memory tests and have improved motor skills.[3] Now, when it comes to napping, it doesn’t matter how young or old you are, you can benefit from a nap.

Don't discount the importance of regular dental care. Brush and floss daily to keep your teeth and gums healthy. It may be the simplest way to care for your body. Inflamed gums increase the presence of inflammation throughout the body. Gum disease encourages the growth of harmful bacteria that introduce toxins into your blood and limits the number of bacteria that aid with digestion.

4. Try Anti-Aging Supplements

For the final step, I recommend “anti-aging” supplements. They will support your efforts to remove age-stealing, disease-causing toxins, and supply your body with much-desired nutrition. Many of these nutrients act at the cellular level to protect DNA and telomere length and keep cells energized and working right.

In one trial, men who took an oral supplement with vitamin C, protein, zinc, and tomato extract improved the quality, moisture, and firmness of their skin. [4] Men and women around the world have taken a variety of anti-aging herbs. And in recent years, antioxidant-rich foods and herbs have shown anti-aging ability as they reverse free radical damage and slow the aging process.

For a complete approach that addresses the entire person, I personally recommend Luminous to rejuvenate and nourish your face, and Ultimate Cellular Health to support your mitochondria for healthier, more youthful cellular activity.

What anti-aging tips have you had success with? Share your experiences below!

References (4)
  1. Traikovich SS1. Use of topical ascorbic acid and its effects on photodamaged skin topography. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1999 Oct;125(10):1091-8.
  2. Raschke T1, Koop U, Düsing HJ, Filbry A, Sauermann K, Jaspers S, Wenck H, Wittern KP. Topical activity of ascorbic acid: from in vitro optimization to in vivo efficacy. Skin Pharmacol Physiol. 2004 Jul-Aug;17(4):200-6.
  3. Korman M1, Dagan Y2, Karni A2. Nap it or leave it in the elderly: A nap after practice relaxes age-related limitations in procedural memory consolidation. Neurosci Lett. 2015 Sep 6;606:173-176. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2015.08.051.
  4. Costa A1, Pegas Pereira ES2, Assumpção EC2, Calixto Dos Santos FB2, Ota FS2, de Oliveira Pereira M2, Fidelis MC2, Fávaro R2, Barros Langen SS2, Favaro de Arruda LH2, Abildgaard EN3. Assessment of clinical effects and safety of an oral supplement based on marine protein, vitamin C, grape seed extract, zinc, and tomato extract in the improvement of visible signs of skin aging in men. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2015 Jun 29;8:319-28. doi: 10.2147/CCID.S79447.

†Results may vary. Information and statements made are for education purposes and are not intended to replace the advice of your doctor. If you have a severe medical condition or health concern, see your physician.


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