Best Anti Aging Tip You Won't Believe!

Most information on anti-aging is on skin care products and diet.  So what is this best anti-aging tip you won’t believe?

This anti-aging tip that you won’t believe is NOT just what you put on your face, what you eat, or what you cook, but HOW you cook.

Using Anti-Aging Skin care Products:

Most of us know that using skin care products that have a good amount of anti-oxidants, using sunscreen on a daily basis, and eating foods that are high in anti-oxidants, such as Polyphenols and Bioflavinoids, are highly effective in anti-aging.

Using anti-aging skin care products high in anti-oxidants can help neutralize the free radicals brought on by environmental pollutants and UV rays, as well as help slow down premature aging of the skin.

Anti-aging skin care tips such as exfoliating on a regular basis, using anti-oxidant serums, and keeping the skin well hydrated are all well known anti-aging tips.

Eating Anti-Aging Foods:

Eating whole foods that have intense colors such as oranges, carrots, kale, spinach, and berries can help decrease inflammation inside our bodies due to stress, processed foods, and sugar.

Polyphenols are micro-nutrients that come from plant-based foods which are packed with anti-oxidants that help reduce inflammation.  It is best to absorb these powerful micro-nutrients from food rather than supplements.

Bioflavinoids are found in bright-and-deep colored fruits and vegetables that also help neutralize free radicals and reduce inflammation.

Both of these are best absorbed in their raw form.

Should I start Addressing Anti-Aging in My 20’s or 30’s?

Yes.  Aging is an accumulating process.  So the the sooner you start, the more you can delay the signs of aging of your body and your skin.


Reduce AGEs

AGE’s – Advanced Glycation End Products are damaging products that form when protein or fat combine with sugar in the blood stream.

Accumulated AGE’s can lead to degenerative diseases such as Diabetes, Arthritis, heart disease, and other chronic diseases, including auto-immune diseases.

AGE’s affect not only the existing Collagen and Elastin, but also the formation of NEW Collagen and Elastin.

Collagen, which gives skin its cushiness, buoyancy, and plushness, becomes stiff, starts to form fine lines and wrinkles, and loses its elasticity.

AGE’s also affect the appearance of skin with uneven skin tone and age spots.

You can help neutralize the effects of AGE’s by using anti-aging products with ingredients such as Vitamin A, C, and E, as well as Amino Peptides, and eating foods that are high in anti-oxidants and low in sugar.

But have you ever heard of this anti-aging tip that very few people talk about?

Aging in Your 20’s:

AGE’s have been found in the body as early as your 20’s.

AGE’s accumulate in the body, so the earlier you start taking a proactive approach to neutralizing the damage AGE’s can cause, the more you can put off the aging affects of the body and the skin.

Some research has shown that Glycated Collagen can accumulate up to 3.7% annually and by the time a human reaches 80 years old, the Glycated Collagen has  increased from 30-50%.

Your skin may show some very, very fine lines when you smile or laugh but they disappear as soon as the face becomes expressionless.

Aging in Your 30’s:

For people who have had a high amount of UV exposure when they were younger, they might notice that some fine lines are becoming more noticeable and may see some small wrinkles around the eyes.

In your mid-to-late 30’s, most people will see a noticeable difference in the elasticity of their skin, changes in skin tone, and for some, unexpected Acne and break-outs.

To be more proactive in addressing the noticeable changes in your skin, make sure you start exfoliating on a regular basis and only during the evening.

Here are some blog articles which address this:

Trick Your Skin to Look And Act Younger

The Best Exfoliation for Your Skin Type


Aging in Your 40’s:

This is the stage where almost everyone will see visible differences in their skin around their eyes, mouth, and neck.

In addition to the fine lines and wrinkles, some may see small age spots forming along with some slight sagging around the jawline and maybe around the eyes.

Others might struggle with Acne and dry skin at the same time.

How Middle Age Hormones Can Affect Your Skin: Age Spots, Fine Lines, Wrinkles, and Acne

Aging in Your 50’s and 60’s:

For most of the population in this age group, accumulated damage from UV rays will be apparent through sagging skin, fine lines, more wrinkles, several age spots, and dullness of the skin.

Fine lines and wrinkles become more prominent around the eyes.

Should I Exfoliate Around the Eyes?

Should I Use Eye Cream or Eye Gel?

Do Anti Aging Products Really Work?

So besides using anti-aging products faithfully, avoiding UV rays, and eating a diet rich in anti-oxidants, what else can you do?

The Best Anti Aging Tip you won’t believe:

The anti-aging tip that most people don’t know about OR don’t really talk about is HOW YOU COOK your food.

The best way to reduce AGE’s from your food is to eat it raw.

When preparing food, try to cook in low temperatures, such as:

– Using a slow cooker in low-to-medium heat

– Poaching

– Boiling

– Steaming

– Marinating foods in lemon juice or vinegar to tenderize the meat so there is less cooking time

These are all cooking methods that can reduce the amount of AGE’s in your food.

Cooking with high heat increases the amount of AGE’s in your food, such as:

– Deep Frying

– Broiling

– Roasting

– Grilling

Finally, avoid eating full fatty meats, full fat dairy products, processed foods, and sugar-laden foods, these INCREASE AGE’s in your body.  Replace them with anti-glycation foods.

Foods high in Vitamin A, such as carrots, pumpkin, kale, cantaloupe, and spinach, as well as foods high in Vitamin C, such as oranges, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, etc. can help neutralize the damage AGE’s can cause.

Foods also high in Vitamin E, such as tomatoes, olive oil, and oats can also increase the anti-oxidants of the other two anti-oxidants.

In conclusion, delay and fight the aging process from the outside by using anti-aging skin care products and using an effective sunscreen.

Fight the aging process from the inside by eating foods rich in anti-oxidants AND cooking foods with the tips above.



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