Anti-Aging Observations

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Hi Jinjee
May I ask about hormones? I’m 60 and have managed well with DHEA tablets and food.
In the last year my skin has become crackly, saggy quickly and hair thinning.
Thanks for any reference or advice!
Sarah

Hi Sarah,
The one thing that I have witnessed evidence of in my older friends is those who have serious daily workouts do not age as fast. I’m thinking of my friends who are yoga instructors, spinning instructors, and in training as athletes. It seems like if you keep the body going as a young person does, you can fool the body into keeping on producing those young hormones. And that seems to be especially true if there are ample nutrients available to the body from eating a mostly raw or all raw diet, and/or from doing daily juicing. I think drinking water is key to skin elasticity. And eating berries is rejuvenating. Daily greens are essential of course.
Jinjee

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One Response to Anti-Aging Observations

  1. Linda Carniglia says:

    Thank-you Jinjee for your helpful response.

    I will be 61 in December. For mature gals, after menopause, the season of life that follows a ticking clock, will bring understandable change. Might I suggest to all of the ladies who are fortunate to live long enough to welcome this time of change, consider not just the outward physical beauty that naturally occurs with healthy living, but also nurture virtue that shows to the world, a fresh sparkle that is the emblem of an ageless beauty.

    I know women that struggle with aging, so much that they appear desperate, taking desperate measures to retain a youthful appearance. This can be all consuming, and often only masking a hidden true beauty. The truth is that we will age, and outward beauty will fade. I would like to suggest for your readers to nurture habits that are healthy and display virtue, both treasures that will be remembered by generations to come.

    Have you or your readers ever met an older woman and thought after your encounter, how truly beautiful she was? Was it her hair? Her face? Her figure? Or, was it something she said, the twinkle in her eyes, her gracefulness with how she dealt with people, perhaps the smile she freely gave, or the helpful counsel offered? You see, there is so much more that we can offer and leave for others to remember, besides a physical presentation. Let’s enjoy the challenge!

    Staying as physically active as we can (for women of any age), is an important goal. I can work in my garden, shoveling, carrying loads, and stooping to harvest at ground level, better than many younger women. I know that this grunt work in the sun produces strength, and body renewal better then a lotion in a bottle. There are many moments in the garden that I am refreshed and can in turn pass on that renewal to others. Some say that my complexion and hair is amazing. Maybe the results of fresh garden vegetables, a kiss from the sun, and a purge from the sweat of the brow. If the combination of all of this or some other venue of virtue is shared with a smile, what could be more beautiful?

    Best to you Jinjee,

    Linda Carniglia

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