Anti Aging Secrets 📣 Stay Young From The Inside Out 👀
How Cana You Stay Young From the Inside Out?
One way to stay young from the inside out is what goes on on the inside is often reflected on the outside. I’m going to talk about that in this video.
A balanced diet can help you to defy the signs of aging.
Because if your body doesn’t get the vitamins and minerals that it needs, not only is it not going to be able to provide the fuel to live your daily life to its full potential, but your cells are not going to renew properly making you look old.
So if you eat a lot of junk food, stuff that’s high in saturated fats, in sugar, and simple carbs, then not only will you be obese, but your heart is going to have to work harder and your arteries are going to clog out with cholesterol, making it harder for nutrients to circulate.
When this happens, your body concentrates all of its efforts into keeping you alive.
After all that’s its most important function.
Maintenance gets pushed into second place and your health deteriorates as a result, making you look older than you really are.
The converse is also true.
If you’re getting the right amount of nutrition, then you’ll have a healthy glow, making you look younger.
You’ll also have more energy than your peers, again, making you look younger. So you’re going to actually act younger because you’re going to have more energy than other people who are your age.
Now one thing that you should do to ensure that this happens is to always eat breakfast.
That’s actually very important. In fact, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
But for so many people this consists of either a cup of coffee on the go or a so called breakfast bar that’s laden with unhealthy fats and sugars.
So you’re getting all the wrong sort of nutrition at the time when you really need the right nutrition the most.
A breakfast consisting of foods that are high in vitamins, proteins, and slow-release carbohydrates can keep your energy levels up to lunchtime.
You should sit down to eat it, as well.
- Treat it like a proper meal.
- Don’t eat it on the go.
- Don’t eat it on your commute.
- Sit down, have a proper meal.
You don’t actually have to sit down at the table to eat it.
You can eat it on your lap on the sofa watching breakfast TV if want, if that’s what you makes it easy for you.
But you should treat it like a proper meal and set aside a proper amount of time to eat it and digest it.
If necessary, get up earlier so that you have time to do this. It’s very important.
You should also snack healthily.
There’s nothing wrong with snacking. But you should choose something that’s healthy.
For example, choose fruit instead of candy or chips.
Fruit has got plenty of vitamins, and it’s got nothing artificial, especially if you buy fresh fruit from your local green grocer or from your supermarket and so on.
Fruit that’s in season is going to have all the nutrients that your body needs for the particular time of year.
You’re going to have slow-release sugars during the winter time, you’re going to have fast-release sugars during the spring and summer.
If you can get something that’s organically grown, then that’s even better, because you’re not going to be taking in things like pesticides and artificial fertilizer residue and that sort of thing.
Again, it’s healthier and it’s going to be better for you and that’s going to reflect in your appearance.
Something else that you should do is to drink water instead of soft drinks.
Soft drinks are full of corn syrup, they’re full of processed sugars, and they’ve got lots of artificial colorings and flavorings, none of which do you any good.
Carbonated spring water with a slice of lemon or a splash of fruit juice can be just as refreshing as a soft drink.
Of course spring water or bottled water is better for you than tap water because it’s less likely to contain things like fluoride or chlorine and other additives.
Of course tea and coffee are fine too.
They contain things like antioxidants that can be beneficial, especially tea.
But of course some people need the extra jolt of caffeine that you get from a nice cup of coffee.
If you do that, then try if possible to get real coffee that’s freshly ground and percolated or filter made, rather than using instant coffee which can often have lots of artificial stuff in it.
It’s best to get your vitamins and minerals from food, and eating as healthily as possible is always the best policy.
Get fresh food, get it organically grown, if possible eat what it’s in season because that’s what your body needs.
And as I was saying, what goes on the inside is reflected on the outside.
That said, the way your body absorbs vitamins and minerals changes as you get older.
In some cases your body doesn’t absorb all the nutrients from your food in the time that it takes it to get through your digestive tract.
So you’re not actually getting as many minerals and vitamins into your body, into your blood stream as you would do when you were younger even though you’re eating a highly nutritious diet.
In that case it’s perfectly okay to top up your intake of nutrients with supplements.
Now of course you should always check with your doctor or other health advisor first just to make sure that you’re not suffering from any intolerances, and that’s very important.
A good multivitamin and multi mineral tablet taken once a day is enough for most people.
They are quite reasonably priced.
But you might need to top this up with additional supplements if necessary, if you find that you are suffering from some sort of a deficiency.
Now good ones to consider are vitamin c for keeping viruses at bay.
I read an article once that said that no virus known to man is able to survive large amounts of vitamin c under laboratory conditions.
Although there is of course a limit to the amount of vitamin c that your body can absorb.
Vitamin c is very good for keeping viruses at bay, keeping coughs and colds at bay, et cetera.
Vitamin d for your bones, it’s just as good for you in adulthood as it is when you’re a growing child. Potassium for blood pressure. Citicoline for memory.
Zinc for appetite. You could also add vitamin e for your eyesight, and there are a whole lot of others too.
If you do find that you’re suffering from some sort of a deficiency, then of course talk to your doctor. It should be the first port of call.
But also you can look things up on the internet to give you some idea as to the sort of the thing that you might need.
It’s best to buy them from a specialist retailer instead of from a drugstore or a supermarket.
That’s because the sort of things that you buy from the supermarket or from the drugstore tend to be much lower dosage than the ones that you can buy from a specialist retailer or a health food store or that sort of thing…
So you can make sure that you’re getting the maximum amount of vitamins or minerals by talking to a specialist retailer.
A specialist retailer will have people on hand who understand how these things work and can give you some good advice.
There you go, looking good on the inside is reflected when you look good on the outside.
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