Looking Younger as a Way of Life

by Juanita A. Davenport

Managing your health is the most important foundation so you can start looking younger (and stay young looking.) I hope you don’t expect a quick fix to a long-term solution to the problem of aging. However, you will have to change a few old habits in the way you live your life.

Furthermore, there are major benefits of managing your health, as I mentioned. If “looking younger” than your biological age is a priority then the processes of seeking complete physical, social and mental well-being should also become important! It is cool to be healthy and youthful these days — not merely be free of disease, sickness, or wear and tear.

Want to look healthier and younger? The 4 main ways are to eat right, exercise, reduce stress, and stop destroying the body with tobacco, alcohol and drugs. Namely, study what others are doing so you can best take care of your body and therefore your beauty will shine through.

Start looking younger by reducing free radicals in your life. What are free radicals? They are caused by environmental factors such as pollution: radiation, cigarette smoke and herbicides. To prevent free radical damage, the body needs a defense system of antioxidants.

In essence you can conquer the damaging free radicals by consuming 5-8 servings per day of anti-oxidant rich fruits and vegetables. It was found in various studies into the human’s natural diet by looking at the shape of our teeth that eating organic raw fruits are one of the ways we supply the proper nutrients to the body. Just taking massive dosages of vitamins and minerals itself could be damaging and even cause premature aging.

Antioxidants are believed to help protect the body from free-radical damage. Allow your body to look and feel good again by increasing natural products and using alternative health practices.

There are many simple, easy ways to look younger. What we eat, how we think, and our outlook on life all make a difference.

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