Secrets to Reversing Aging
Believe it or not, it is possible to have this enviable skin at any age. By incorporating a few simple habits into your daily routine, you can achieve clearer, flawless and younger looking skin, with visible results in as little as four weeks.
By now, we know all about UV rays and the type of serious damage they can cause to our skin. Therefore, when it comes to sunscreen, one shouldn’t skimp. However, where sunscreen protects you from tanning and premature aging, it does nothing for the dark spots that occur on your skin as a result of glycation.
The glycation process occurs when too much sugar and too much protein in your diet combines with body heat. Without getting too much into the chemistry of it, suffice to say that the less sugar you use in your diet, the better your skin will feel and look better. By reducing the sugar of the above trio, the glycation process can be reversed, diminishing and then completely erasing dark spots, wrinkles, the effects of collagen loss and sagging of your skin, giving you clear skin, blemish-free and lifted that automatically looks two decades younger.
Eliminating sugar completely from our diet is a tough one – sugar tastes great and frankly, everywhere. So what if we told you that there is another way to achieve the same results without altering the sugar levels in our food? Presentation: polyphenols!
Polyphenols are among the most powerful antioxidants found in plants and by harnessing the power of this super molecule, whether in consumption or use, it is possible to curb the signs of premature aging. Coffee and green tea contain polyphenols, just like nuts, olives, and berries. You can use moisturizers and skin serums that also contain polyphenols to work their magic from the outside.
The stress of modern life can eat away at our health and more often than not what goes on under the skin is what appears on the skin. A few simple healthy habits improve skin health and when the skin receives the right nutrients it will thank you in an incredible way. Try.