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Aging Backwards: Reverse The Aging Process And ...

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Aging Backwards: Reverse The Aging Process And ...

Miranda Esmonde-White shows readers how we age at a cellular level, and what we can do to slow down and reverse this process. Her pioneering exercise program can help anyone, at any level, maintain a youthful body as we inevitably enter into later stages of life.

PBS fitness personality on Classical Stretch and creator of the fitness phenomenon Essentrics, Miranda Esmonde-White offers an eye-opening guide to anti-aging that provides essential tools to help anyone turn back the clock and look and feel younger no matter what age.

It's never too late to slow down, or even reverse, the effects of aging. The human body is designed to function for the full length of its life--and with gentle, full-body flexibility and strengthening exercises we can look and feel tremendous, vibrant and active at any age, and well into our senior years. After all, the body is the world's most efficient self-healing machine. And yet, remarkably, many of us neglect the single most important system in the body--the one that makes all the others work--the muscular system.

In 2020, Sinclair reported that in mice, the process restored vision in older animals; the current results show that the system can apply to not just one tissue or organ, but the entire animal. He anticipates eye diseases will be the first condition used to test this aging reversal in people, since the gene therapy can be injected directly into the eye area.

Beyond that, the implications of being able to age and rejuvenate tissues, organs, or even entire animals or people are mind-bending. Sinclair has rejuvenated the eye nerves multiple times, which raises the more existential question for bioethicists and society of considering what it would mean to continually rewind the clock on aging.

It should come as no surprise that healthy eating can help you live longer. Numerous studies have shown that eating more fruits and vegetables, like in the Mediterranean diet, can lower your risk of heart disease, diabetes, brain disorders, and other medical conditions (Capurson, 2019). But can your diet help with the effects of aging

A Mediterranean diet focuses on lean proteins, lots of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and healthy fats, like olive oil and oily fish. These healthy fats often contain omega-3-fatty acids, which have their potential impacts on your health and aging. Some research shows that these healthy fats may protect you against heart disease, heart attacks, and strokes, but the data is not definitive. Animal studies suggest that omega-3-fatty acid supplements may slow aging and increase lifespan, but no human data supports this yet (Capurso, 2019).

A recent literature review suggests that a whole-food, plant-based diet may prevent skin aging by maximizing the amount of antioxidants you get from your diet (Solway, 2020). While the research is far from conclusive, there seem to be more than enough reasons to incorporate a healthy diet into your lifestyle.

Cigarette smoke contains thousands of harmful chemicals, and it can take its toll on your body, most visibly on your skin. These chemicals cause damage to skin cells and hasten the signs of skin aging. Smoking increases fine lines and wrinkles on your face, especially around your mouth and eyes. It also causes skin discoloration and uneven skin tones. Fortunately, quitting smoking can improve some of these changes (Krutmann, 2017).

You expose your skin to ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays when you are in the sun. Both kinds of UV rays cause damage to the skin, also called sun damage, through oxidative stress and the formation of free radicals. Many experts believe that up to 80% of the aging changes in your skin may actually be due to UV exposure and not just getting older.

Sun damage causes tell-tale signs of premature aging, like fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots (or age spots), spider veins, and an uneven skin tone. It also increases your risk of ski


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