Tags: Ageing Skin, aging process, Cancer, cataracts, chronic infection, damage cells, damage molecules, Diabetes, DNA, DNA blueprint, free radicals, harmful molecules, heart disease, high blood pressure, laboratory animals, minerals, Parkinson's disease, perfect body, physical demage, Proteins, Skin Care, sun bathing, Vitamin, wrinkle-free skinTopic: Beauty Care|
At age above 35, woman who lies on beach for sun bathing, sunscreen carefully smoothed over her wrinkle-free skin, her naturally dark hair tucked under a scarf and a pair of dense wraparound sunglasses shielding her lovely blue eyes from the morning sun.
Beside her is a cooler containing several bottles of spring water and a fresh fruit salad of watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew for lunch. Next to her on the sand is a pair of well-used sneakers for the 2-mile walk she takes along the water’s edge every day.
There are no wrinkles or stretch marks marring her perfect body. And she’s determined that there never will be. She’ll do whatever it takes to defy aging until the day she dies.
What are the odds that she’ll make it? Better than they were a decade ago. Back then scientists had already found the reasons that we deteriorate into wrinkles, bags, age spots, flab, and life-threatening conditions. The reasons were, and still are, genetics, disease, environmental factors such as smoking and diet, and the aging process itself. Today these scientists also know that every single one of these factors may be directly influenced and perhaps even altered by getting enough of the right kinds of vitamins and minerals. Read the rest of this entry »