5 Steps to a Younger You - A Natural Anti-aging Guide Backed Up With Scientific Research by Leanne Bermuda

It is a book that advocates natural methods of reversing aging

5 steps to a younger you - a natural anti-aging guide backed up with scientific research

Do people tell you that you look older than your age?
Are you struggling with wrinkles and fine lines and yet none of those wrinkle creams and treatments work for you?
Do you want to approach a method that works and also improves your health at the same time?
If you answer yes to all the above, this book is right for you!

This book will tell you the logic behind aging - why some people don't crack and why you do and also impart to you five simple steps that you can use immediately which are inexpensive and yet works for your health at the same time. The best part is, all these are facts that have been backed up by research and journal articles so it is a guarantee that it works!

Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / Beauty & Grooming

Language: English


Word Count: 5705

Sales info:

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Sample text:


Do you want to look younger than your age? Have you wondered why Asians always look younger? Do you hope to have a miracle to stop aging like the movie Adaline? Well in real life, aging doesn’t stop but what we can do is slow it down.

In a recent article published by the Telegraph UK[1], we have found out that researchers have found new methods of anti-ageing or “reverse-ageing” from lab grown ‘second skin’ that can literally erase wrinkles for 24 hours to lab-grown organs to genes that can be edited to erase disease and a longer life that’s a prescription away.

While research is always ongoing, there are tons of creams out there that tells you to buy them because they could make your fine lines disappear, but what if there really are ways that helps you fight ageing naturally? And what if it makes you radiate from inside out without putting chemicals on your skin?

In Japan, more than 50,000 people are above the age of 100, and China has a low rate of breast cancer. According to an article published by nymag.com about an interview with a plastic surgeon Dr Dara. Liotta, genes and ethnic makeup do influence the way we age.

What is Aging?

The first thing that comes to mind is usually wrinkles or sagging. But dermatologists say that it is also a combination of wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, loss of elasticity, and loss of volume (opposite of flatness) as ageing occurs. The texture and the colour of your skin also affects how obvious these characteristics show. As time passes, elastic and collagen loses their tightness with collagen eventually stop producing over time and fat cells also start shrinking.

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