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4 Cheap and Easy Ways to Reverse Aging

Dr. Nick Delgado

Dr. Nick Delgado

Helping people with their journey to health, happiness and their goals in career, relationships and longevity.

Reverse Aging Naturally: 4 Cheap and Easy Methods

Just because you can’t stop yourself from getting older in chronological age, doesn’t mean you should resign yourself to looking and feeling ‘old’. The following easy and affordable tips will help boost your energy and vitality, reduce your risk for chronic disease, take years off your appearance, and increase your longevity.

Reverse Aging

Step #1: Hydrate for Youthful Vitality Reverse Aging

Just because you can’t stop yourself from getting older in chronological age, doesn’t mean you should resign yourself to looking and feeling ‘old’. The following easy and affordable tips will help boost your energy and vitality, reduce your risk for chronic disease, take years off your appearance, and increase your longevity.

Step #1: Hydrate for Youthful Vitality

Proper hydration is a key factor in warding off aging, and a staggering 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Your skin, constituting approximately 64% water, can suffer from insufficient intake, worsening wrinkles and causing dryness. Stay hydrated to keep your cartilage soft and prevent joint pain. Dehydration strains the heart, increases blood pressure, and elevates the risk of heart disease. It also slows metabolism, increases appetite, and contributes to chronic diseases, significantly reducing lifespan.

Helpful Tips

Check your hydration status by examining the color of your urine – clear is the goal. Consume at least 8 cups of water daily and adjust for exercise or sun exposure. Note that meat and high-protein foods, as well as caffeinated and alcoholic beverages, may contribute to dehydration.

Step #2: Juice or Blend for Radiant Health

Juicing and blending are easy ways to incorporate raw produce into your diet, providing numerous benefits. A daily intake of 8+ servings of fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of various diseases, aids in weight loss, promotes gastrointestinal health, and enhances lifespan. Opt for homemade juices over store-bought for maximum nutrient content. Ensure your drinks contain at least 80% veggies and no more than 20% fruit. Consider enhancing your blend with Slim Blend Pro for added nutrition.

Helpful Tips

Freshly made juices surpass store-bought ones in nutritional value. Consume juices or smoothies on an empty stomach for optimal benefits. Aim for a blend with 80% vegetables and 20% fruit to avoid a blood sugar rollercoaster.

Step #3: Kick the Sugar Habit for Youthful Skin

Sugar accelerates aging by weakening collagen fibers, leading to loss of skin elasticity and hydration. The process of glycation caused by sugar intake also increases the risk of degenerative diseases, adds inches to your waistline, and suppresses the immune system.

Helpful Tips

All forms of sugar, including honey and maple syrup, should be consumed in moderation. Check food labels for hidden sugars, as they can go by various names. Reduce intake of refined carbs, such as white bread and pasta, for overall health.

Step #4: Cultivate a Youthful Mindset

Positive thoughts and actions contribute to a youthful appearance and overall well-being. Chronic stress and negativity manifest in your face, increase the risk of chronic disease, and reduce life expectancy. Embrace the power of positive thinking and cultivate habits that support mental, physical, and spiritual health.

Helpful Tips

Start your day by focusing on optimizing your health. Visualize yourself as the healthiest version daily. Avoid negative language about your age and surround yourself with positive influences. Engage in activities that bring you joy, laughter, and passion to defy the limitations of age.

References:
[i] Science Daily – The Importance of Hydration
[ii] Medical West Hospital – The Dangers of Dehydration
[iii] NPR – Carrying Extra Pounds May Not Be Good After All
[iv] National Center for Biotechnology Information – The Impact of Sugar on Health
[v] Business Insider – Ellen Langer’s Reversing Aging Experiment