A Nutritional Approach to Youthful Skin and Aging Gracefully
Today’s modern culture values having a youthful appearance, and billions of dollars are spent every year on anti-aging therapies. We are certainly concerned with living longer and living better.
But, ironically, we live in an environment that is not conducive to good health. The standard American diet, which is lacking in nutrients and plentiful in toxins, causes many chronic diseases and actually accelerates the aging process. The stressful pace of modern life also contributes to premature aging.
Your skin is a window into how healthy you are and how well you are aging on the inside.
This course discusses the causes of aging that you have control over. The keys to youthful skin and feeling healthy may not be found in expensive serums or a plastic surgeon's office after all. A nourishing diet and healthy lifestyle practices are the natural solution.
After taking this course, you will have an understanding of the importance of the topics below. They all impact how well your skin ages over time:
- Understanding the processes by which our bodies and skin age
- Adopting a nutrient-dense, whole-food diet
- Incorporating antioxidant-rich foods into everyday life
- Maintaining proper hydration
- Eliminating or reducing foods that cause inflammation
- Improving your digestive health
- Maintaining blood sugar balance
- Avoiding excessive sun exposure
- Eliminating or reducing toxins in your foods and environment
- Employing various stress relief techniques
- and much, much more!!
You will also receive several nutritional guides, articles, recipes, and two e-books.
I hope you will take this course and enjoy the subsequent health and beauty benefits! I wrote my master's thesis on this specific topic, and it is my pleasure to share the information with you. -Jenny
- The anatomy of the skin.
- Types of aging.
- Features of aged skin.
- Digestive Health
- Refined sugars
- Refined grains
- Unhealthy Fats and Oils
- Gut Flora Disruptors
- Toxic Ingredients
- Healthy Fats and Oils
- Fat-soluble vitamins
- Fermented foods
- A willingness to implement a nutritious whole-food diet.
- The desire to learn new habits and holistic lifestyle practices.