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Anti-Aging Program

How do we age? We age because, ongoing within each of us is a war between the protective antioxidant molecules and the hostile and aggressive free radicals. The free radicals are constantly trying to cause diseases and destroy us. Unfortunately, the free radicals are victorious.


Through anti-aging programs we can assist our immune and natural healing systems wage their battle against these free radicals and protect our organs, energy systems and cells from free radical oxidation and slow down the anti-aging process considerably.


The fastest and the easiest first step of an anti-aging program is to include large amounts of anti-oxidants in our diet by way of fresh fruit and vegetable juices. However this alone may not be sufficient. We will need to supplement our diet with the essential nutrients to protect our cells from damage, promote cellular repair and encourage cellular generation. We need these supplements to help our body fight the degenerative diseases of aging.


To follow an effective anti-aging program we need to take essential basic nutrients and  anti-aging hormones supplements.


The Essential Basic Nutrients for an Anti-Aging Program:

  1. Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)

Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) are fats needed by the body, but not manufactured by the body. They have to be obtained through our diet.  They are essential for maintaining proper cell membrane structure to enable efficient distribution of nutrients throughout our body, for the proper formation of prostaglandin and efficient metabolism of cholesterol. 

They also contribute to blood pressure regularisation, immune responses and liver function, and it also helps in breaking down cholesterol and with blood clotting.


  1. Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 supports the body’s bioenergetic functions It is also a mild metabolic and immune stimulant and in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a nutrient produced naturally in the body, and it acts as an antioxidant that protects cells from damage. We can take CoQ10 supplements to add more CoQ10 in the body. However, it won’t be effective as we age and have some medical conditions, which are most likely connected to dropping levels of CoQ10. 


  1. Flaxseed / Borage Oil combination

Flaxseed  is the richest source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). A flaxseed / borage oil combination  helps fight heart disease, heart arrhythmia, high cholesterol, angina, breast cancer, colon cancer, diabetes, stroke, lupus-related kidney damage, low immunity, irritable bowel syndrome, high blood pressure, fingernail problems, constipation, diarrhoea, hot flashes, gout, migraines, asthma, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, dermatitis, sunburn, and sciatica.


The Anti-Aging Hormones for an Anti-Aging Program:

  1. Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Pregnenolone

Once over the age of 40 we can help extend our life by supplementing our body with the superhormones dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and pregnenolone. As we age the body does not produce enough of these hormones, but these are the very hormones that protect us from degenerative diseases and enable us to live longer.

Both of these superhormones are considered as the key hormones that occur early in the pathway of steroid hormones biosynthesis. These are crucial as steroid hormones facilitate coordinative processes that enable neural, endocrine, immune, and metabolic systems, to operate separately or as a whole, in solving issues of survival and reproduction. 


  1. Melatonin

Melatonin is an anti-aging, stress-reducing hormone and helps us to sleep soundly. It helps in setting the timing for one’s circadian rhythms, or 24-hour internal clock, and sleep. Reducing stress and getting quality sleep are essentials in any anti-aging program. It is why Melatonin is used as a medicine to adjust one’s body clock and improve sleep in different conditions.


  1. Fibre and Acidophilus

If we have digestive problems with symptoms such as gas, bloating, cramps, indigestion and constipation, we need fibre and acidophilus supplementation. Furthermore, a study published in the National Center for Biomedical Information (NCBI) states that both dietary fibres and lactobacilli are capable of directly stimulating immune cells and benefit one’s immunity.


  1. Phosphatidylserine, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Pregnenolone, and Gingko

The above supplements will help slow down the spread of brain disease, memory loss and cognitive decline. More specifically, Phosphatidylserine is known to keep our sharp as we get older. This fatty substance covers and protects every cell in the body, making it very important for the proper functioning of nerve cells within our brain.


On the other hand, taking Acetyl-L-Carnitine improves symptoms of nerve pain caused by diabetes. It may even slow the rate of disease progression while improving mental function and behaviour in some patients with Alzheimer’s disease.  


Pregnenolone is a steroid hormone that takes part in the production of other steroid hormones, such as estrogen and DHEA. It may both come naturally in the body, or taken as a supplement in keeping memory sharp. Moreover, Gingko has many benefits, including treating mental health conditions such as Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia, and fatigue.


Anti-Aging Treatments in Singapore

At present, there is a growing variety of advanced anti-aging and rejuvenating treatments to address different areas of skin aging. Whether the problem lies in sagging skin, wrinkles, or large pores, Singapore offers you some of the best aesthetic clinics and salons, with each offering a unique anti-aging program and scientifically-proven treatment such as:

  1. Threadlift
  2. BOTOX
  3. Fillers.
  4. Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion, Hydradermabrasion
  5. Skin Boosters
  6. Lasers and Nitrogen Plasma

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