Time is our master.
It rules our short and long-term schedules, and it moves unceasingly, changing both things we can see and the things we cannot.
We may not be able to change time itself, but we do have the ability to rewrite the quality of our time.
Have you ever seen a 40 year old who looks a decade younger?
Or a 30 year old whom you swore was a decade older?
Stress is the major factor in aging from a biological perspective - and Jaguar Fit addresses this directly.
Here are some helpful steps for your preserving a youthful look and level of energy.
The math is simple on this one. Colorful Foods are full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants. These nutrients are crucial for aging well. These foods nourish your body on multiple levels and eating a variety of nature's colors is a delicious and sensually exciting way to enjoy better health.
It is beneficial to show our faces some love at the end of each day, or whenever you feel the need to liven up. Massaging your face helps circulate the blood underneath stimulating clear, healthy skin, that does not wrinkle easily.
Check out this complete facial massage you can perform easily in just a few minutes to refresh your face.
Good fats are essential to brain, heart and joint health - especially Omega-3s.
They help on the genetic level by contributing to telomere health. Telomeres are caps on the end of our chromosomes that tend to shorten over time, exposing our genes to damage, which leads to the effects of aging. By maintaining long, healthy telomeres, we are able to maintain youthful energy.
Great sources of omega-3s can be found in chia seeds, hemp seeds, nuts, and fish oil.
More simple math here. The Earth is 70% water, and our bodies are, too. We need to be well hydrated in order to look and feel and perform to our potential. 3L of water a day for adults - minimum - will ensure that you are able to operate at a high level, and look healthy while doing it.
Avoid Excess Sun
UV rays from the sun damage elastin in your skin over time. As it’s name implies, Elastin is what keeps your skin from developing wrinkles and allows it to return to place after stretching.
Other ways the sun can damage your skin include:
Discoloration and sunspots
Telangiesctasias - visible blood vessels under the skin
The effect of the sun has become much stronger over the past 20 years. Take good care to avoid excess exposure to the sun without proper protection.
Decrease Alcohol Consumption
Alcohol dehydrates your body and skin. It is made from grain and is digested as a sugar, meaning it is stored as fat. Additionally, you receive no nutritional benefit from digesting alcohol. They are empty calories, devoid of nutrients.
Caffeine tends to spike your adrenal glands, raising your cortisol levels. Cortisol is known as the ‘stress hormone’ and too much of it in your body will interfere with your performance and accelerate your aging. Additionally, caffeine is a diuretic, meaning that it will dehydrate you, further damaging your skin and endocrine systems.
Decreasing both alcohol and caffeine will help you sleep better as well.
Your glands will not be interfered with and you will have a better time relaxing psychologically if these habits are decreased.
Smiling sends signals to your brain and body that you are happy and stress-free.
Studies have shown that psychological stress has a negative effect on skin health and aging.
Make smiling a habit - it will lead to a greater sense of well-being within and generate positive social responses around you.