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In your estimation, what would be the future of anti-aging enhancers through nut

  1. gmwilliams profile image87
    gmwilliamsposted 3 years ago

    In your estimation, what would be the future of anti-aging enhancers through nutrition &/or

    noninvasive(non-surgical) creams and lotions?  Do you contend that there will be advancements that will vastly retard, even eliminate physical aging altogether? Why?  Why not?


  2. Perspycacious profile image82
    Perspycaciousposted 3 years ago

    The advertising of each "Fountain of Youth" is as unfounded as the "Fountain of Youth" is unfound.
    We are programmed to wear out, but there are steps we can take to last as long and as well as possible.  Fortunately the availability of information allows more and more people to take such steps for themselves.
    Merely changing our appearance without changing behavior may fool others, but doesn't fool father time.

  3. Paul Kemp profile image73
    Paul Kempposted 3 years ago

    Our skin needs nutrition and a well-formulated lotion or cream can help, BUT what we put into our body through our food and supplements is far more important in maintaining a healthy, youthful appearance. Most anti-aging products aren't created by scientists who know what the body needs and how to deliver it best, anyway.

    There is so much more to say about this subject and so much to learn and then be applied. It requires a lot of discipline and knowledge of correct practices of dietary habits and regular exercise -- which are not common knowledge. The biggest part of staying young-looking is giving your body all the nutrition it needs while maintaining aerobic fitness on a calorie-restricted diet. It's a lot of work over a lifetime, but it's worth it because it also keeps you out of the hospital!

  4. quildon profile image80
    quildonposted 3 years ago

    I think we will continue to see a proliferation of anti-aging products on the market because of people's obsession with looking younger. However, I don't think they will be any more effective than what is already there. Like someone said, proper nutrition, consistent exercise and a positive frame of mind can pay greater dividends than all the creams and potions on the market.

  5. easylearningweb profile image91
    easylearningwebposted 3 years ago

    I agree with Paul we need to practice healthy eating habits and good nutrition to make our skin look radiant. I drink a lot of water and I think that helps.

    As far as new products on the market I think they will continue and more products will evolve. Oil of Olay seems to have a multitude of products. Different brands are now claiming to share secrets of celebrities and how they look younger. People are living longer so I think there is a huge market for anti-aging products even if they are temporary, people want to use them to look better.

  6. ValKaras profile image87
    ValKarasposted 2 years ago

    I personally know a few "health-nuts" who don't look any younger than their age. As they also happen to be on a "nervous" side, that proves my little theory that being youthful and healthy all comes from our general "emotional climate". The brilliant cellular biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton said it clearly that our cells are constantly monitoring "how friendly or not our environment FEELS to us" -  and they are setting the level of their vitality according to those beliefs.

    It is a simple fact that layer upon layer of negativities get accumulated in our energy field, screwing up our vibration as we are getting older. Actually, in my conviction  -  CAUSING our getting older. Cellular intelligence is closely connected to our central intelligence, which is connected to immune and endocrine systems. More stress hormones released equals more wrinkles, as simple as that. People are not aware how powerful our mind is. If we can turn white overnight over a big emotional trauma  -  imagine what  negativities are doing to us over decades of negative conditioning.

    As for cosmetics and nutrition  -  we are proven masters of evading our responsibility over our well being while seeking something outside of us to play as a surrogate for it : foods, doctors, creams, lotions, shrinks. During the WW2 the idea of a "balanced diet" was ridiculous in devastated Europe, and yet, we baby-boomers seem to be doing quite well. More love, more humour and laughter, more of a brave and optimistic worldview, more music and hobbies, and more of something as simple as breathing regularly and slightly deeper  -  will keep your face younger than any cream, any dietary regimen, any scared shaking over "cholesterol, pollution, terrorism, politics, injustices..." and so on, of that delicious repertoire.