Nutrition Tips

Nutritionists Advice for Premature Ageing

Our trusted nutritionist answers your questions to ensure you get the best advice for your health and wellbeing. This week we cover the topic of premature ageing and a few simple steps you can take to combat this common issue:

A question regarding premature ageing:

I am 23 years old, I feel how gray hair appears sharply in many parts of the head and much more pronounced wrinkles on the forehead than those of my peers. I don’t smoke, I don’t drink, I go in for sports, I eat almost no sugar, I don’t have too much dairy, I get enough sleep. What to do in order to help the body get younger, and not grow old?

Answer: Early gray hair at the age of 23 appears with a decrease in the reserves of trace elements in the pancreas and liver, which are needed to produce enzymes for antioxidant protection against free radicals that damage the cells of organs and tissues. This occurs with stress exhaustion and chronic poisoning with salts of heavy metals when living in ecologically unfavorable areas of the city, in the zone of industrial enterprises. To bind and neutralize heavy metals and toxic chemicals, the body needs increased amounts of trace elements – magnesium, manganese, zinc, selenium, chromium and copper.

It is necessary to investigate the composition of trace elements in hair or nails and make up for the deficiencies of these trace elements through food.  For skin regeneration, you can take cedar oil, rich in antioxidant vitamin E and vitamin A to activate the growth of new cells. Cedar oil with sea buckthorn is the richest in these vitamins.

Early wrinkles on the forehead appear with latent pathology of the liver, it is recommended to conduct an ultrasound examination of the abdominal organs. It also indicates a deficiency of vitamin C in the diet. The richest sources of this vitamin are rose hips, black currants and sea buckthorn. Every morning you can drink an infusion of rose hips and use smoothies or mashed berries with honey instead of sugar.

We list the products that contain the ingredients that may help reduce ageing:

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