Wouldn’t it be cool if you could defy gravity and aging? Unfortunately, there’s no known way to counteract gravity but there are ways to overcome it. With that in mind, we can’t stop the aging process, but we can incorporate some simple lifestyle habits to slow it down. Just because you are middle-aged doesn’t mean you have to look like it or act like it for that matter.
Don’t think you don’t have to be born with great genes either. Most of aging is due to external factors such as what you eat, drink or how you take care of your skin.
I’m here to let you know, you don’t have to pay for expensive surgical procedures or injections to start looking younger NOW! I’m going to share some of my top tips to help you take control over the aging process.
- Hydration – Drink plenty of water. As a rule of thumb, shoot for 64 ounces of water daily.
- Sunscreen – Wear a chemical-free sunscreen of 30 SPF or higher. Protect your skin from sun damage. Sun-kissed skin is sexy. Sun dried skin is not!
- Omega 3s – Nature’s gift to anti-aging. Try eating wild caught salmon, sardines, mackerel or tuna. An Omega 3 supplement is an option if you can’t get enough fish in your diet.
- Foundation – Most foundations draw moisture from your skin and settle into fine lines and wrinkles. Try a tinted moisturizer or bronzer for that sun-kissed look.
- Soap – Avoid soaps made with parabens and sodium lauryl sulfate. Opt for pH balanced soaps or pH neutral instead. Health food stores often have a variety of scents and textures to choose from.
- Hands and neck – Don’t leave these important features out of your beauty regimen. It’s so easy to focus on your face that we sometimes forget these areas show aging, too! Exfoliate, cleanse, moisturize and use sunscreen.
- Hair – Nourish your hair and protect against sun damage. Eat foods to nourish your hair and improve shine and thickness such as good-quality proteins and Omega 3 fatty acids.
- Sugar – Limit refined, processed sugars. Try healthier alternatives such as maple syrup, honey or stevia.
- Anti-Oxidants – Try eating your vitamins versus popping supplements. Berries are a super fruit and protect us from free radical damage.
- Sulfer-residue foods – Adding delicious, cruciferous veggies to your diet can help make your skin glow such as broccoli, kale and cabbage.
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