4 ANTI-AGING SUPPLEMENTS TO STAY FOREVER YOUNG

Anti-Aging

Wouldn’t that be nice if we could stop the time and never grow old? What if I would tell you that there is a youth pill that can help us stay forever young? While ‘forever young’ is a bit of an overstatement, modern science and mother nature actually provide quite a few natural remedies that can help us slow down and, in some cases, even reverse the aging process.

 Here are some great anti-aging supplements that can naturally help you counteract the effects of aging. While they won’t stop you from growing older, they can prevent the decay of bone mass, muscle tissue, connective tissue, brain cells, neurons and organ cells. The main question is: how to choose the proper supplements that are worth the money to help you look better and feel younger?

  1. OMEGA 3

These fats are imperative to our diet. Human body is incapable of synthesizing them, so they must be obtained through food. Some of the health benefits of Omega 3 include reduced cholesterol, blood pressure, and inflammation, as well as improved cognitive function and mood. Omega 3 is derived from the fatty layers of cold-water fish, fish oil is rich in the long chain of omega 3 fatty acids eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

In a perfect world, we would all be getting enough omega-3 fatty acids in our diet. In reality most people don’t, so the best way to assure a proper intake is by taking supplements in either liquid or capsule form.

Here are top-5 foods rich in Omega-3: salmon, mackerel, chia seeds, flax seeds, walnuts.

  1. RESVERATROL

Here is a curious fact, French eat more fat, sugar and rich foods, plus drink more wine, but still have less heart health issues comparing to health cautious Americans. How is that possible?  The answer to this puzzling question, known as the “French Paradox,” is believed to be due to a higher intake of a specific phytonutrient called resveratrol, found naturally in “superfoods” like red wine.

Resveratrol is a powerful compound that regenerates the body all the way at the cellular level. Research published over the past several decades in many medical journals, including the  American Journal of Hypertension, found that resveratrol decreases the risk of heart disease among other common health concerns. In case you’re wondering, you don’t have to be a wine drinker to benefit from resveratrol. Other sources include deeply-colored berries and real dark chocolate/cacao.

Along with helping keep arteries clear from plaque buildup and protecting an aging heart, this phytonutrient can also help reduce inflammation, prevent obesity and protect cognitive health among elders.

Top-5 foods rich in Resveratrol: red grapes, blueberries, dark chocolate, blackberries, peanut butter

  1. CoQ10 / SHORT FOR COENZYME Q10

CoQ10 is an essential element for many daily functions and is required for every single cell in our body. According to research, CoQ10 helps protect heart and blood vessels from the damaging effects of oxidative stress. It has been used as a powerful antioxidant in medical practices for decades, especially for treating heart problems.

Many consumers turn to CoQ10 supplements to help manage health conditions, including heart arrhythmia, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis and congestive heart failure. Research shows that patients with other inflammatory health conditions, such as breast cancer, diabetes, viruses and infertility, may also find these supplements helpful for both preventions of complications and treatment of symptoms.

Top-5 foods rich in CoQ10: grass-fed beef, cage-free eggs, sesame seeds, rainbow trout, strawberries

4. CHLOROPHYLL

Chlorophyll is linked to natural cancer prevention, it blocks carcinogenic effects within the body and protects DNA from damage caused by toxic molds. Chlorophyllin supplements are believed to help neutralize oxidants, which means they effectively decrease oxidative damage caused by factors like a poor diet, chemical carcinogens, UV light exposure and radiation. This component has another surprising benefit. It seems to help promote weight loss by controlling appetite hormones and improving obesity-related risk factors, all without the scary side effects of most commercial weight-loss supplements.

As you probably know, chlorophyll is produced by plants but cannot be synthesized by a human body. It has to be derived from our diet or supplements. Try adding a few drops of liquid chlorophyll to a glass of water once or twice a day. It will turn your water bright green although, rest assured, it doesn’t taste as bad as it might look. Aside of other benefits it could also give you a little boost of energy when sipped throughout the day.

Top-5 foods rich in Chlorophyll: spinach, asparagus, fresh parsley, green peppers, honey-dew melon

ANTIOXIDANT SUPPLIMENT AND AGING

MYTH VS REALITY

For years people believed that antioxidant supplements could prevent anything, from cancer to heart attacks, strokes, cataracts and more. It made sense, because damage caused by wayward oxygen could trigger tumors, ruin arteries and blur vision, so the belief was that antioxidant supplements could flush that damage away.

An update from the Health Study published in the October 2011 issue of the International Journal of Cancer found that antioxidant supplements do not work as well as those found in foods because they may not reach the part of the body where they are needed most. Also, too many antioxidants may actually speed up the oxidation process. You might want to avoid getting this element in a form of supplement and turn to nature’s packaging like beans, blueberries, and grapes.

 

FOODS THAT KEEP YOU YONGER

1.BROCCOLI

  1. BLUEBERRIES
  2. SALMON
  3. ALMONDS
  4. TOMATOES
  5. TUMERIC
  6. GARLIC
  7. POMEGRANATES
  8. GREEK YOUGURT
  9. KALE

 

FOODS THAT MAKE YOU AGE

  1. SWEETS
  2. FRIED BACON
  3. FOOD WITH A TRANS FAT
  4. WHITE “PLASTIC” BREAD
  5. SUGARY DRINKS
  6. CHARRED MEAT
  7. CHIPS AND CRACKERS
  8. CONVENTIONAL CHICKEN
  9. NON-ORGANIC DAIRY PRODUCTS
  10. ALCOHOL

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Russian Time Magazine Assistant Editor Editor@RussianAmericanMedia.com

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