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Get Younger With Food #1 May 28, 2013

Filed under: Health,Nutrition — jax allen @ 3:00 pm
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10 Foods That Take Away 10 Years
Step away from the drugstore aisle of anti-aging beauty products and nutritional supplements. Now, open wide, and eat your way to optimal health and youthful good looks.
Thanks to Ava Feuer for these interesting mini- blogs.

Get glowy again with broccoli — really

When sleepless nights leave you feeling — or looking — a little blah, reach for this crunchy green. A half-cup serving contains more than two-thirds of your recommended intake of vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that helps protect the immune system. It’s also high in sulforaphane, which promotes liver detoxification. “Over 80 percent of toxins are neutralized through the liver, and a buildup of toxins in our bodies can cause dull and dry skin, hair and nails,” says beauty nutritionist Paula Simpson.

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Beat Ageing #4 April 24, 2013

4 Beat Ageing

Step 4: Avoid Chronic Dehydration

Water isn’t just “good for you” — water burns fat. Water suppresses hunger. Water renews your skin. Just drinking 12 ounces of pure water every day can take a few years off your face in a matter of weeks. You’ll also drop fat, have more energy, and save your kidneys and liver from chronic overwork.

When your kidneys are taxed from too little water, your liver has to take over. Now, get this: Your liver is your number one fat-burning organ. Do you REALLY want it processing liquids and toxins rather than BURNING FAT? NO!
So, grab a glass of water, and watch the mirror. Within a few weeks, the change to your face and body will be noticeable.
I recommend specific, personalised targets for water, fats, protein and carbs – yes, even carbs on my eating plans.

They vary with your goals and progress- there’s no such thing as one size fits all.

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