Anti-Aging

The whole topic of „natural anti-aging“ is a great passion for me. An optimised diet and a certain amount of physical activity already do a lot to keep the body young longer. I have additionally specialised in how to achieve quick, visible and also lasting results with small and targeted interventions in the body chemistry without having to do much. My claim is that clients of advanced age become more attractive, look 5-10 years younger and, as a side effect, their health improves considerably.
In order to present the topic of anti-ageing a little better, I would like to go into a little more detail on the topics of cells, mitochondria and skin in the following.

The fight of our cells against free radicals

Ageing is the result of free radical damage. Free radicals are constantly produced in our body. They are highly reactive substances that attack and damage the body’s own structures. However, free radicals can be sustainably neutralised by antioxidants.

The mitochondria are weakening, but this does not have to be the case

Mitochondria are the power plants of our cells and produce our energy. Long-term damage to the mitochondria causes the body to age. But if you give the body what it needs to work, it ages considerably less quickly. For me, this is the definition of natural anti-ageing. Through a sensible and coordinated addition of supplements, in conjunction with regular blood testing, sustainable and visible successes can be achieved.

Why the skin ages and what we can do about it.

The skin is the largest organ of the human body. And above all, it is also the most visible. A healthy complexion is often a sign of general health and attractiveness.

The main reasons for skin ageing

1. oxidative stress
Healthy skin cells are constantly attacked and damaged by free radicals. Oxidative stress develops. The skin begins to age, wrinkle and lose structure!
2. degradation of skin cells
Every person loses about 40,000 skin cells per minute. The body constantly tries to work against this and produce new cells, which only works to a certain extent. After about one month, the skin renews itself once!
3. skin produces less moisture
At a young age, our skin usually produces even more moisture than in old age. This lack of moisture makes the skin look sallow. But not only that. More wrinkles also appear. These are the so-called dryness wrinkles.
4. harmful environmental influences
Our skin has a special feature: it is constantly exposed to harmful external influences. This leads to increased exposure to free radicals. But air pollution and UV radiation also play their part in ensuring that our skin needs a special level of protection.
5. declining collagen production
Age also takes its toll on deeper layers of the skin. With increasing age, collagen synthesis decreases. Collagen is a protein that gives our skin its structure. If our collagen structure becomes brittle, the elasticity decreases. This is how wrinkles develop. By the way, the body’s collagen synthesis decreases by about 1% per year from the age of thirty.
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