Look Like You’re 20 Even When You’re Not: Five Youth Preserving Guidelines

By Todd Erwin

Women standing in profileWas 20 a long time ago? You can’t reverse time and go back to 20, but you can look and feel like 20 again…. And it’s actually pretty simple to pull off. You’ll look younger than your age if follow a few simple guidelines about a proper diet, an active lifestyle, and control of stress levels. A healthier body is just three steps away.

Here are some simple ways to make you look like 20 once again:

1. It’s the berries

Kids love ’em. You should too. They’re good for you. Most berries and fruits are loaded with the antioxidants that your body needs to neutralize free radicals. Because these free radicals cause most of the cell and tissue damage in your body. What we see as aging is primarily the damage caused by free radicals in your body.

Pomegranates, strawberries, dates and blueberries are all abundant in antioxidants. But the real king of the antioxidants world is the acai berry. It’s like the fountain of youth.

As you age, your metabolism is tempted to slow down, but the natural ingredients in berries will help keep your metabolism humming in high gear. A higher metabolism means faster fat burning and lost of excess body weight. So, perk up and slim down with berries. Increase your energy levels and your stamina.

2. Treat Sleep As If It Matters

All-nighters are for college kids. Don’t cheat yourself of sleep. Sleep deprivation ages you quickly. Create a schedule for bed time and waking. Then stick to the schedule. Inadequate or irregular sleep patterns can speed up the aging process by affecting your hormonal cycle.

3. Kick Stress Out Of Your Life

View stress as the enemy of your youth. High stress levels will increase fatigue. You’ll look–and you’ll be–tired and worn out. In addition to the fatigue factor, stress is associated with a wide range of health problems like diabetes, reduced libido, and high blood pressure. When you feel stress increasing, lean back and take control of your stress level by briefly indulging mental or physical activities that relax you. Deep breathing and yoga work for many people.

4. Stay Active (at a gym if possible)

The best way to stick to an exercise routine is by finding a buddy and making a visit to the gym a regular part of your shared schedule. We all know the advantages of a gym membership–access to great exercise equipment, the opportunity to make friends, convenient showers, helpful trainers. Still, many of us aren’t very likely to actually frequent a gym, so find some regular workout routine (walking, jogging, kickboxing or playing tennis) that you will stick with. The healthy regulation of your blood circulation and hormonal levels depend on it.

5. Supplement with HGH

For many people the key anti-aging remedy is a HGH supplement. The levels of this master hormone in your body drops off as you age and lower HGH levels are an important factor in the aging process.

HGH supplements combine important amino acids to stimulate your pituitary gland to produce more HGH. These supplements not only can slow down the processes of aging; they can even help to reverse them.

HGH can give you a total body makeover. Re-energize your body and stamina with HGH. With HGH, you can reduce wrinkles and gain younger looking skin.

The improvements aren’t merely externally either. HGH can make you stronger internally by helping to lower your LDL cholesterol and to regulate your blood sugar and blood pressure. HGH’s metabolism boost can make you gain lean muscle. Better sleep quality and mood improvement are also commonly witnessed.

But be careful. Quality supplements always list their ingredients clearly. Watch out for products that list all of their ingredients as “a proprietary blend.” Reputable HGH products are clinically approved and free of significant harmful side effects.

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Note: The content of this article is solely the property and opinion of its author, Todd ErwinArticle Source: ADB Article Directory

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