When you are reaching your 30’s, there are many changes in your body and you come into realization that is the turning point of your life. Aging is inevitable part of life. It starts with weight fluctuations or lack of energy then everything goes downhill after that. There are many ways to slow down the natural cycle of life and head towards the fountain of youth.
The key to the fountain of youth is to start with a healthy lifestyle habits early. Because maintaining is easier than repairing. Most people only starts to take care of themselves when they see the signs of aging.
Omega 3s are fatty acids your body needs the most EPA and DHA. It helps lower inflammation that makes cells divide faster.
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in some foods such as spinach, asparagus, brussels sprouts, lentils and beans. This vitamin helps reduce inflammation and delays telomere shortening.
Vitamin D helps maintain telomere length. Vitamin D rich foods are salmon, sardines, tuna, mackerel, eggs, yogurt, and mushrooms.
Healthy and delicious food high in leafy greens, vitamin A, lycopene, vitamin C, and lean proteins. Make sure you get daily doses of these vitamins to keep the skin in optimal conditions.
The human body naturally produces glutathione, but with age the production slows down, if you have gray hair means your body is not producing enough to reduce the excess accumulation of hydrogen peroxide.
Luckily there are dietary sources that can help maintain younger looking hair. The food containing the highest sources are beef, fish, poultry, avocados, okra broccoli, kale, collards, cabbage, cauliflower, and watercress. Include several of these ingredients in your daily diet such as raw vegetables to get the maximum level of benefits.
Hydrating foods and circulation-boosting antioxidants make a noticeable difference, as do mineral-rich foods that help to balance fluids.
Instead of placing cucumbers in your eyes, you can eat them as well because has a high water content that hydrates, collagen enhancing silica, and skin fortifying sulfur.
The summer hydrating slices of watermelon is a great way to hydrate your body with loads of vitamins.
Staying hydrated with at least 10 cups of water a day can keep your skin hydrated.
Exercise strengthens muscles creating a layer of muscle underneath the skin. This will keep skin tight and contour the definition of the muscles. Exercise 1hr daily combination of warm up, stretching, yoga, cardio, toning set of exercises targeting problem areas and weightlifting. It’s extremely important to work out every part of the body but emphasizing more in the problem area to balance the proportions.
After taking a shower apply body milk which helps improve synthesis of extracellular collagen, bringing a silky, hydrated and flexible skin.
Moisturizing cream have soothing, nourishing and balancing effects on the skin of the face which becomes soft, fresh and well hydrated.
Sunlight delivers a daily dose of beneficial Vitamin D but extreme exposure to sunlight can harm your skin if you don’t wear sunblock. Limit the exposure sun rays to can be harmful after 1hr of exposure and lead to wrinkles and cancer in the long run. Wear sunscreen with at least 15 SPF plus and reapply every hour depending on the activities. The sun in mid afternoon is the strongest and is best to avoid direct exposure. Wear hats, sunglasses and protective UPF clothing, when you have to be outdoors for a while.
Inflammation and oxidative stress can cause lack of sleep and will shorten your telomeres. A better sleep habit will improve your continuous sleep thru the night.