Many people believe that you can’t do anything about how you age, but this simply isn’t true.
There are plenty of temporary fixes available, from hair dyes to anti-aging skin care products, but these don’t address what’s really going on beneath the surface.
Instead, lifestyle habits such as making smart eating choices, exercising regularly and finding time for the activities you enjoy can help you to manage how you age.
What’s more, thanks to new science, we can understand the aging process on a deeper level than before. Did you know that aging starts in your cells? As they get older, your cells no longer function at their peak performance due to declines in mitochondrial health and other important processes. Cellular nutrients target these processes to help transform how your cells perform with age.
Celltrient is proud to offer a breakthrough range of products to help your cells to keep up with you.
Myth 1: Older People Are Tired All the Time
It’s a common misconception that getting older means you’ll feel tired all of the time. The reality is that many people find themselves busier than ever later in life, with more time for making memories with family, socializing, hobbies and travel. This makes your energy levels more important than ever.
As you get older, your metabolism can change, and foods like pasta, white bread and other refined carbs can leave you feeling more sluggish and tired due to their effect on your blood sugar levels.
Try to cut down on these foods and instead try to focus on filling your diet with foods known for their energizing benefits. For example, bananas are a great natural source of potassium and vitamin B6. Eggs are also a filling, nutritious option to help you to stay on top of your energy levels. Focus on unprocessed, unrefined foods where possible, with plenty of nutrient-rich fresh fruits and vegetables.
A healthy, balanced diet should go hand-in-hand with taking an advanced cellular nutrition product such as Celltrient Energy, which provides the deep-acting cellular nutrient nicotinamide riboside (NR).