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Last Updated : May 28,2018
Anti Ageing Diet
Ageing happens at various levels and there are 5 ways you can make yourself feel younger and healthier. Basically what we are saying is its the same method of living a healthy life style. Health is built and maintained over years. If you are careful and take care of your health, there will never be a problem. The result is in our hands. It takes a lot of bad habits over years to get into a healthy state. But its never too late to start reversing the process and we will show you how.
5 key tips for Anti Ageing
4 Key tips for Anti Ageing
By this we mean avoid all kinds of processed food. Eat fresh and organic food. Eat fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes and vegetables. We want to stay away from refined flour, sugar, fried foods, sweets, pasta, pizza, burgers, jalebi, gulab jamun and other foods that cause body inflammation. The body is made up of billions of cells which are made of proteins, carbs and fats all necessary to provide you energy through the day. The cells need good quality food and nutrients and that is what we should focus on.
Drink plenty of water! Yes its that simple and misunderstood by all. If you are even dehydrated a bit, that is lack of water in your body, your body will not work at optimum level. Water will make your skin look youthful and brighter and softer and more stretchable.
You needs to consume food which are rich in Antioxidants. Why? Our body produces free radicals which are harmful to it as they damage our cell structure which results in the cell not being able to produce as much energy. Free radicals are also produced also from external toxins. The only way to counter free radicals is through Antioxidant rich food. So you need to consume all the colourful fruits and vegetables. A single source of fruit or vegetable will not solve the problem.
Ageing happens to all at a metabolic level. The cells produce less energy as it creates fewer mitochondria in your cells resulting in less energy to carry out day to day activities. We can counter the effect by regular exercise. Endurance athletes like runners, triathletes and long distance swimmers increase their mitochondria in each cell because they are forcing the body to require to produce more energy on a constant basis. So no excuses, you need to exercise hard, long and regular on a daily basis. Long term good health is in your hands.
You need good sleep. When you sleep well, it increases your growth hormones and makes you look young. Get in harmony with nature and try and cut down your activity when the sun sets. Go to bed early and wake up early with lots of energy. Lots of people get a second burst on energy after 10 pm at night and the best way to avoid that is to tuck yourself into bed early.
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