How to Look at Least 10 Years Younger

Secrets to Youthful Skin

The Importance of Fats in Your Diet
Role of Cholesterol and Saturated Fats in Skin Health
The Power of Vitamin A for Youthful Skin
The Role of Vitamin E in Anti-Aging

The conclusion is a recap of the importance of fats, cholesterol, saturated fats, vitamin A, and vitamin E for youthful skin. Emphasis on the role of nutrition in anti-aging and skin health. Encouragement to include these nutrients in the diet for a more youthful appearance

If you think about it, if you want really useful skin, what does skin mainly have? Fat and protein, right? Okay, is it made out of unsaturated fats? No, it’s made out of saturated fats. Thus, venture a wild guess as to what you ought to consume more of. That’s right, cholesterol and saturated fats, are the exact things that they tell you not to eat. I mean, think about it, if you go on a low-fat diet, you start getting old fast. So if you want aging skin, just starve yourself of fats, especially saturated fats.

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Now, what do cholesterol and saturated fats do for you? Well, there are three things. 50% of your cell membranes are made out of cholesterol because we make cholesterol in our body, and we need it from our diet. It also helps you make bile to help you digest the fat that you’re eating, especially to extract the fat-soluble vitamins out of that fat. Also, cholesterol is needed to make hormones because, as you know, as you get older, you lose your hormones, and you look older, right? So, the meals, precursors, and raw materials for your hormones must be present, are there, very, important.

So, other than fats and vitamins, vitamin A is the most significant anti-aging fat-soluble vitamin for your skin. Okay, the epidermis and the dermis, the different layers of the skin, are controlled by vitamin A, and if you have enough vitamin A, your skin will be soft and firm, and it won’t be so dry because vitamin A deficiency creates dry skin, scaly skin, it’s called keratinization, which is rough skin, you get acne. I don’t know whether you knew this, but vitamin A activates the genes that produce collagen since those genes require vitamin A.

Now, where do you get vitamin A? Indeed, leafy greens may provide it. But the beta-carotene in the leafy greens, spinach, and kale other greens, is a precursor. It’s not that retinol, the active form of vitamin A, has to be converted into the active form. So it’s important to consume these things, the antioxidants, the phytonutrients, but if you’re doing high amounts of beta-carotene without enough of these active forms, your skin is not going to look as youthful. You need vitamin A. So guess where you get vitamin A? Egg yolks, okay? Cod liver oil, butter, salmon, fish, goat’s cheese. Make sure that the cod liver oil you get is virgin cod liver oil, it’s just higher quality. Make sure the eggs that you consume are pasture-raised and organic. Very important.

The next important vitamin would be vitamin E. Vitamin E protects the skin against aging, sunburns, against oxidization, okay? It will prevent wrinkles too, it is anti-scarring, and it supports your pituitary hormones, okay? So it’s another key nutrient to help as a building block. Leafy greens, olive oil, seeds, nuts, palm oil (ideally sustainable palm oil), and the other foods listed before in connection to vitamin A are all excellent sources of vitamin E.

On the flip side, to prevent aging skin, it’s essential to avoid certain things. The number one thing to avoid is AGEs, which stands for Advanced Glycation End-products. AGEs are formed when protein reacts with sugar or fat, such as in deep-fried foods like doughnuts or french fries, and can make the skin look old and aged quickly. Smoking and stress, which increase cortisol levels, should also be avoided as they can age the skin. Excessive sugar consumption and refined carbohydrates can oxidize and age the skin rapidly.

Incorporating a healthy ketogenic diet, along with intermittent fasting, can further accelerate the process of achieving youthful-looking skin. Intermittent fasting promotes repair actions, including autophagy, which cleans out damaged proteins, while a healthy ketogenic diet with sufficient saturated fats provides essential nutrients for younger-looking skin.

I hope this provides a clearer and more coherent presentation of the information.

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