Anti Aging

Proven Tips on How to Look Young:

 

 

 

Author: Steven Spacil

www.stimulife.blog

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents

Anti Aging. 1

Proven Tips on How to Look Young: 1

Introduction. 3

Chapter 1: Food to Avoid. 4

Avoid processed food. 4

Drink lots of water. 5

Chapter 2: Anti Aging Diet. 6

Chapter 3: Categories of Food that Wrinkles. 7

Chapter 4: Impact Of Lifestyle On The Appearance Of The Skin.. 10

Quit Smоking аnd Sаvе thе Skin.. 10

Chapter 5: Why Alcohol and Stress are Related to Skin Aging. 12

Stressing out. 13

Chapter 6: Exercises. 14

Еxеrсiѕе Ѕlоw Aging. 15

Exercises to Fight Signs of Aging. 15

Squatting: 19

Run! 19

Chapter 7: Benefits of Facial Exercise. 20

Conclusion.. 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to look young and feel young forever.

Aging is a natural life process. No matter how young and energetic you feel, things will inevitably change thirty or forty years from now. However, this is not an excuse to look sloppy and weak as you age. You are still in the prime of your life, and you must do what you can to stay youthful and fresh!

It is possible to stay young and beautiful even as you age. To fight the aging process, you need to invest time, effort and money in developing and adopting certain habits that can help you look young. Finding health and happiness even as you age is very much possible! In fact, you don’t even need to spend a fortune just to look and feel young once more.

This book will make you feel young by helping you develop habits that will affect various areas of your life. To keep your youthful appearance, you need to pay attention to food and nutrition, exercise and physical movement, and anti-aging beauty routines. Most importantly, you need to develop a youthful mindset that will keep you excited about life.

Staying young and healthy is not as complicated and expensive as you think. Read through the pages of this book and find out the true secrets of staying youthful.

The human mind is more powerful than most of us think. A few years back, conventional medicine believed that the body would inevitably break down and experience atrophy as a person ages. However, recent studies show radical new findings. Some researchers discovered that the energy and intelligence of the human mind are so powerful that it can influence the aging process to speed up or slow down. Therefore, aging can be strongly influenced or changed by psychological shifts. A person can practice mental, physical and emotional exercises which will help him or her stay youthful.

This means that we can change and control the way we age. You don’t have to be weaker and slower just because that is society’s idea of growing old. You can be fifty but feel like you’re still in your thirties. By making conscious choices in your way of thinking and behavior, you can paint your unique picture of what is like to grow old.

Though your body will probably never be just as it was when you were only eighteen years old, it is possible to keep it youthful and healthy. Just remember that it all starts in mind.

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 1: Food to Avoid

What you put in your mouth radically affects how you age. In your younger years, it might have been acceptable to have ice cream for breakfast, three slices of pizza for lunch and two bars of chocolate for dinner. It was also acceptable to just eat carrots for an entire week whenever you wanted to lose weight. There was no problem with your eating habits because you can have what you want, and your body will follow what you want it to do.

However, as you grow older, you will realize that your body is changing as well. You are no longer the metabolism machine that you used to be. Suddenly, there is a long list of foods that you are no longer allowed to have for health reasons. You can’t eat pork, you can’t have too much sugar, and you’re not allowed to have anything fried. Suddenly, your life will be filled with rules about eating. Whether you like it or not, you might find yourself limiting your diet choices as you age.

Your diet plan has a huge impact on your aging process. What you put in your mouth has a huge impact on how you will age. It is best to start your diet plan as early as you can if you want to stay vibrant and young-looking.

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Taking Care of Your Eyes

 

Taking care of your eyes has always been important, but as technology—and screens—become more and more a part of our daily lives, we’re challenging our eyes like never before.

The light from computers and the nighttime glow of smartphones can tire eyes, especially when you’re looking at them constantly. Thankfully, it’s easy to support vision with carotenoids like lutein.**

As the principal carotenoid found in the macula, a central area of the retina, lutein plays a big role in supporting your sight.** Specifically, lutein helps filter out the damaging blue light we expose ourselves to when using computers.**

In a study conducted in China with healthy subjects who regularly used computers, those who supplemented with Lutein had better contrast sensitivity in a visual performance test. Contrast sensitivity is a key factor in vision during low-light situations, such as night driving.**

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BEAT TUMMY BLOATING

6 FLAT BELLY TIPS: BEAT TUMMY BLOATING

BY ASAP SKINNY

 

 

 

Tummy bloat can be really annoying and disturbing to people who experience it very often. It has become so common among people it’s even being referred to as an “epidemic”. Remember that time when you couldn’t fit into your favorite pants because you had a bad tummy bloat? Or that time you bailed out on a date because of the bulge from your tummy that made you look weird in your tiny dress? These are just one of the many effects of bloating.

A tummy bloat can cause so much discomfort and even embarrassment especially if you are in a public place. However, If you have been in this situations before, worry no more because there are actual ways to help you in dealing with a tummy bloat. Here are six ways to beat tummy bloat.

1) Move a lot and do some activities.
Moving a lot and doing activities will increase your heart rate and breathing rate which will stimulate natural contraction of the intestines muscles, ending constipation and reducing gasses build up in the stomach. Find a reason to walk on foot to somewhere or hit the gym for an hour or so on a daily basis to help relieve your belly bloat.

2) Watch your diet and eating habits.
Constipation is the main cause of bloat for a lot of people. It is caused by lack of fiber and fluids in your diet. To have that flat tummy, include a lot of fiber in your diets such as fruits, nuts, vegetables, and legumes. Your eating habits also contribute to tummy bloat. Try to slow it down when eating – make sure to chew your food properly to reduce swallowing a lot of air. Also eat smaller meals more often, instead of bigger meals three times a day.

3) Avoid taking carbonated drinks.
All carbonated drinks such as soda, sparkling water and all natural seltzer could cause stomach bloating as they are full of CO2. If you are struggling with belly bloat, you would want to avoid them at all cost.

Instead you should stick to drinking water or how about trying our 28-Day Detox Tea for flat tummy? Our teatox includes ingredients such as ginger and cinnamon which are known to have calming effect on your GI tract. Drinking detox tea should overall help your digestive tract by reducing gas and improving your digestion.

4) Cut back on your salt intake.
Salts add a little more sodium to body fluids which contribute to bloat. Reducing the amount of salt intake will help to reduce water retention, hence reducing tummy bloating.

5) Eat foods rich in potassium.
Potassium helps to regulate the fluid balance in your body, which helps to keep belly bloat at bay. Some of the foods rich in potassium include bananas, tomatoes, mangoes, and spinach just to mention a few.

Sometimes it can be difficult to pin point exact foods giving you gassy or bloating problems. Every time you feel nasty after a certain meal, grab a pen and jot down the food you have eaten. Keep doing this for 1 month – this way you could find exact foods or certain ingredients causing stomach problems. Keeping a healthy diet alongside avoiding problematic foods should help you big time.

6) Drink ASAPSKINNY teatox daily
Develop a habit of drinking our 28-Day Detox Tea every day. Simple drink our Morning Boost once in morning & Evening Detox before going to bed. These 2 cups of detox tea will improve your well-being as well as your digestive system.

Our Evening Detox Tea is known best for its cleansing and detoxifying properties. Our special ingredients such as Honeybush, Lotus Leaf, Cinnamon and Lemongrass are known to help with digestion while relieving gas and tummy bloats. Simply drink 1 cup before going to bed! The goal is to wake up the next morning feeling refreshed and energized. So try our 14-Day Detox Tea or 28-Day Detox Tea today!

FOODS TO AVOID DURING WEIGHT LOSS

BY ASAP SKINNY

Are you trying to lose weight? Or just simply trying to eat more healthy? Nobody’s perfect when it comes to eating healthy 24-7. However, it is best to be informative and know which foods you should avoid during your weight loss journey. Remember – starvation does not equal weight loss! But rather, it is mostly about selecting healthy/fresh food choices.

Avoid Sugar & Artificial Sweeteners

Instead try stevia! It has 0 calories and safest bet for sugar replacement.
Raw honey is also a healthy alternative.

Avoid Salty Foods

Try your best to avoid salty foods during our teatox program.
Tiny bit of sea salt is okay.

Avoid Alcohol

Please do not drink alcohol during our teatox program. Give your liver some much needed break for the best results you deserve!

Avoid Dairy Products

Avoid anything that’s based from cow’s milk such as milk, cheese, cream cheese, ice cream, butter, etc.

Below are examples of dairy alternatives you can try:

Unsweetened Almond milk
Unsweetened Rice milk
Unsweetened Coconut milk
Dairy free ice cream (almond milk ice cream, rice milk ice cream, coconut milk ice cream)
Coconut butter
Try to use “good fats” oil instead of using butter for cooking. Examples are listed below under the fats section.

Exceptions:

Unsweetened natural yogurt is fine in moderation.

Avoid Red Meat

Instead try below:

Organic chicken breast
Fresh Fish (cod, mackerel, salmon, tuna, prawns, halibut, mackerel, trout)
Organic turkey

Avoid Refined Carbs & Starches

Avoid white rice, pasta, potatoes and white breads.

Avoid Wheat & Gluten

Avoid common foods that are usually made with wheat including:

Pasta
Couscous
Bread
Flour Tortillas
Cookies
Cakes
Muffins
Pastries
Cereal
Crackers
Beer
Oats (gluten-free version is okay)

Instead try these below:

Brown rice
Millet
Oatmeal
Quinoa
Wild rice
Vegetables (except potatoes)

Avoid Sweets

Avoid candy bars, soda, diet soda, and other junk foods.
Instead eat fruit to beat your sweet cravings. Yummy and healthy!
Dark chocolates are okay to eat!

Avoid “Bad Fats”

Saturated fat and Trans fat are known as “bad fats” as they increase your cholesterol level and increase your risk of getting diseases. For example, trans fat is known to cause heart disease, strokes, and type 2 diabetes.

Saturated fats to avoid:

High-fat cuts of meat (beef, lamb, pork)
Chicken with the skin
Whole-fat dairy products (milk and cream)
Butter
Cheese
Ice cream
Palm and coconut oil
Lard

Trans fats to avoid:

Commercially-baked pastries, cookies, doughnuts, muffins, cakes, pizza dough
Packaged snack foods (crackers, microwave popcorn, chips)
Stick margarine
Vegetable shortening
Fried foods (French fries, fried chicken, chicken nuggets, breaded fish)
Candy bars

Eat more of “good fats”

Monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats are known as the “good fats” because they are good for your heart, your cholesterol, and your overall health. You should eat these types of fats instead of saturated fat and trans fat described above.

Monounsaturated fats to eat:

Olive oil
Canola oil
Sunflower oil
Peanut oil
Sesame oil
Avocados
Olives
Nuts (almonds, peanuts, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, cashews)
Peanut butter

Polyunsaturated fats to eat:

Soybean oil
Corn oil
Safflower oil
Walnuts
Sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin seeds
Flaxseed
Fatty fish (salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring, trout, sardines)

 

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Regena-Slim

Regena-Slim is a nutritious & great tasting meal replacement for those who are looking to shed some pounds over time.

Regena-Slim uses high quality organic protein, fiber vitamins, minerals and ancient grain ingredients to block your hunger cravings while providing the necessary nutrients your body needs*. Regena-Slim should be used with a healthy exercise program.

 

Regena-Slim can assist you in a healthy & active lifestyle by providing a nutritious plant based protein that can help you maintain a healthy weight. Reducing the amount of animal protein and increasing plant based foods in your diet, such as whole grains,fruits and vegetables, has been correlated to lower heart disease risk, healthy blood pressure and healthy weight maintenance.

 

Regena-Slim provides Plant Protein for Maximun Weight Loss:It is critical to ensure you consume healthy foods when cutting calories. Regena-Slim plant protein is a strategy that may help you loss the weight you desire.

 

Eat a More Plant-Based Diet:A diet focusing on plant-based protein sources can be beneficial for helping to prevent diabetes, cardiovascular disease and mortality, explained Harvard professor, Frank Hu, MD, PhD, during a recent educational session at the Academy of Nutrition?s annual meeting in Atlanta.

 

Facts:

 

  • A plant-based diet can detoxify the body of pollutants and eating more plant-based might lengthen your lifespan.
  • Plant-based diets are loaded with healthy fibers which can significantly improve digestion.
  • Excellent source of branch chain amino acids
  • A good Source of essential fatty acids & Antioxidants providing Anti-inflammatory properties.
  • There’s plently of evidence suggesting vegetarians tend to consume fewer calories and weigh less than non-vegetarians.

 

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