Update: if you want to pass for younger, like 18-19, then pay more attention to your style and makeup. There are ways of dressing yourself up to present as younger or older, as well as mannerisms.
are there lists on websites for foods that you can obtain these elements from? do you have a link? or what are some examples of foods you eat regularly? Do you have a lot of variety in your diet?
@zeitgeist057 Unfortunately, due to over farming, bad choice of soil fertilizer, and not allowing the soil to recover, there is not enough sulfur in the food. A list of so called sulfur rich foods can be found here www.healthline.com/nutrition/foods-with-sulfurHowever, despite eating most of them, I only noticed significant benefit after supplementing with Msm organic sulfur. Vitamin K2 can be found in grass fed butter, milk, a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans called Natto and ghee, but the amount you need if you supplement with vitamin D3 cannot be met by diet alone. Vitamin D3 can be found in fish, cod liver, cod liver oil, and fatty foods, but rarely enough to matter. The best sources are the Sun or supplements. Vitamin C's best sources are Camu Camu powder, Acerola and Moringa leaf powder.Best sources of collagen are whole animal organs, bone broth or hydrolyzed collagen supplements. Magnesium rich foods can be found here www.healthline.com/.../10-foods-high-in-magnesiumBut I've only experienced benefit after supplementation despite consuming 300 grams of magnesium rich oats a day.
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Trust me i do my very best. If i do go outside i make sure im hydrated and use sunscreen on my face that will help. I only go out like in public or to just exercise only for like 30-45 minutes in the sun then i come right back home but that's terrible! That must really suck :( I've heard uv rays are bad exposure.
you'll probably be find if you use a strong sunscreen.
The wrong type of Sunscreen will simply age you even faster due to all of the chemicals in it, and the blocking of vitamin D absorption. https://draxe.com/beauty/best-sunscreens/''... recent results of an FDA-led January 2020 study finding that “chemical sunscreen ingredients are systemically absorbed after one application, and some ingredients can stay in the blood for at least 3 weeks.”''Environmental Working Group’s 2020 report released in May found that nearly 75 percent of sunscreens don’t work and/or contain concerning ingredients that are readily absorbed by the body.''
cool picture! Sun is crazy strong. I remember a shirt I had left in a spot where the sun was shining on the same part every day. It was a couple months later, the part in the sun got bleached white, the rest of the shirt was still blue.
No i dont post pictures of myself and she doesn't look 22.
I try not to drink much. I dont do drugs but i wash my hair all the time cause it gets oily if i dont and i drink more water than anything and dont wear makeup ever! Thanks:)
I drink wine but once in awhile only
Try not using any shampoo for a few weeks, just wash it thoroughly with water. It gets much better. I haven't used shampoo in about 6, 7 months. Nobody can tell. I use apple cider vinegar on and off to clean it best, coconut oil just to retain a brighter look. I let both sink in for awhile, then wash it off well as I can. It's been working great.
Thanks. I dont even wear makeup either. Will that make a difference? I always drink a lot of water aswell.
I am not a professional or a doctor but it sure will help you.Don't drink excessively. When you sleep late, your body can't repair itself properly so it will affect you.So sleeping late can cause depression and stress and if there is stress, there is illness. Because of stress, I lost a little bit of my hair last year. They are almost back now but yeah stress can do that