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Natural Ways to Slow Down Aging

by Jake Muller on Oct 20, 2017, 1:19:12 PM

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Guess what? In the time it takes you to read this sentence, you will have aged a few seconds. You know what else? In the time it takes you to read this article you will have aged several minutes. It seems that time marches on and we age no matter what. However, there are some natural ways for you to slow down the signs of aging and give yourself a youthful appearance. Even if you can't stop yourself from aging you can slow down the signs. Because if you're trying to figure out how to stay young, it certainly helps to look young.

Take a Dip in the Fountain of Youth

When Juan Ponce de Leon came to Florida, he was supposedly looking for the Fountain of Youth; a mythical spring that restores the youth of anyone who bathes or drinks in this water. While he may not have ever found those legendary waters, Liquivida Lounge was able to...sort of. Liquivida Lounge's Fountain of Youth Nutrient IV drip takes inspiration from that fabled fountain and provides you with a key to unlocking your youthful beauty.

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In the 21st century, our lives are much faster paced than ever and it can be difficult to find the time to make sure we are getting enough hydration or enough of the right nutrients in our food. While we make these sacrifices for our careers, families, and friends, it can take a toll on our body. This of course manifests itself in wrinkles, liver spots, gray hairs, crow eyes, etc... But one way to have your cake and eat it too is with a nutrient IV drip that can make sure you are properly hydrated, fill your body with the right nutrients, detox all the toxins from your system, and make you look younger. Even if you can't find the Fountain of Youth yourself, you can find this vitamin drip which is the next best thing.

Eat Healthy Foods to Slow Down Aging

There's an old proverb that goes, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away," and it means that if you eat healthy, you'll have less health issues. Less health issues also mean less signs of aging. After all hospital and doctor’s visits are never easy and the stress alone can age us significantly. But there are also certain foods you can eat that contain the right nutrients to help you fight aging.

For breakfast, oats are a good option because they actually contain a natural chemical that helps sooth skin, fight acne, and prevent wrinkles. Avocados can also be a healthy fat that you can use in place of butter on toast. Avocados are also known to help your body absorb nutrients easier. Salmon is a good choice for lunch and dinner because it contains omega-3 acids to help prevent skin cancer and can be a healthier option than beef or pork.

If you are a Floridian, you naturally spend a lot of time in the sun and need something besides sunscreen to help fight the sun damage. The best food for that? Anything with plenty of Vitamin C, like oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, and especially pomegranates. Pomegranates help remove free radicals from your body and keep your skin looking smooth and supple. People also always say, "you are what you eat," so if you want to look young, make sure you eat the right foods to help you do so.

Vitamin B12 is a Natural Way to Stay Young

Do you feel sluggish during the day, week, month, year, etc...? Do you feel like you just don't have enough energy? Do you see crow's feet, wrinkles, and stress marks? It could be due to your energy levels from not getting enough proper nutrition.

The more tired we are, the more it affects our looks. Our hair starts to fall out, our nails look brittle, our skin looks pale. You need energy to be able to make it in today's world. If you feel like you're lacking in energy, you may need a vitamin B12 or B-Complex shot to help you get through the day to day. You're probably thinking, "I can just have some caffeine, like a nice cup of coffee." Well you could but caffeine can dehydrate you and actually make you age quicker. If you’re looking for that extra burst of energy, you need the right nutrition and caffeine is not nutrition.

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B12 can boost your metabolism, help you keep your energy levels up for longer, and helps you recover from stress and overwork. Higher levels of energy mean less looking like you’re old and tired. People can tell just by looking at you, how much energy you have, and energy is always associated with youth. If you want to look young, it certainly helps to have the energy level of someone young.

How to Stay Young and Slow Down Aging?

If you get the right vitamins and minerals into your system, you will start to see less signs of aging and you will be able to hang on to your youth for longer. The more negative factors we allow on our body, the more it makes us look older. Bad habits like smoking, drinking, staying out in the sun too long, eating unhealthy food, not getting enough sleep can really make a person look older. If you stick to a healthy lifestyle, you can keep yourself looking young and healthy.

The easiest way to give yourself some help is by getting nutrients directly into your body via nutrient therapy or vitamin shots. This way, you don't have to eat a whole bunch of fruits and vegetables and you can feel the effects right away. When we eat, we are losing some vitamins and minerals in the digestion process. When it is being sent directly into our blood, you get the full benefit of those nutrients. IV therapy is definitely the way to go and Liquivida Lounge has a staff of courteous and professional caregivers who can help you fight aging and look younger. We only have our youth once, so why not hold onto it for as long as we can?

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This post was written by Jake Muller