You are trying to live a healthy lifestyle so you cut an apple as you plan to indulge in only the healthiest of treats when your phone rings. Once you return to your apple, (depending on how long you were on the phone of course) it's brown! What gives? Depending on the amount of oxygen in the air and the object that it interacts with you will get oxidation, causing your once delectable apple to turn an unsightly brown color. If you leave the apple out longer, it will continue to brown and shrivel up. The molecules are going at it on the apple but what we see, the brown color, is a result of the free radicals.
Free radicals are the unstable molecules that break free and cause major damage. That’s fine for an apple but what if this happens to your face, not so cute right? Free radicals are responsible for aging and once they are on the loose the can do much damage to our faces and bodies. Free radicals have an uneven number of electrons so they are unstable. These crazy radicals push through your body in search of molecules to bond with in an attempt to become stable. So once they get to bond with another molecule all is well right? Not quite these radicals are bad news because they only bring the other molecules down. Our body will try to help us by fighting against free radicals through the antioxidants that we can get from blueberries, as well as other fruits and veggies. Vitamins E, C and A do a wonderful job at fighting against these radical nuisances, they do their best to keep our healthy tissues healthy. So while I am eating what I need to eat in order to keep aging in check, I will go the extra mile by using a high concentration of vitamin C daily. The product I bring you today is the $35 Turbo Booster C Powder by Philosophy. Watch the video for more info.
We all know that we are going to age, but what is your trick in preventing premature aging?