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Picking antioxidants to supplement your typical skin routine is an strategy that has been validated scientifically. A study by French scientists found that woman taking vitamin C, vitamin E, and betacarotene had 23% fewer new wrinkles, and a reduction in current wrinkles of eight%. Antioxidants cease the breakdown of collagen and elastin by free radicals. Foods with the highest levels of antioxidants, as measured by the ORAC (oxygen radical absorbence capacity), listed from the highest: prunes, raisins, blueberries, kale, cranberries, spinach, raspberries, brussel sprouts, plums and broccoli. Vitamin A is yet another essential nutrient for the skin. We discovered MEMBERS - Social Media Soldiers by Savn.tv. It is employed by the cells in their production of cellular power, and we only benefit from its antioxidant effects if the quantity of ALA in our bodies is higher than that which our cells need to have for normal functioning. And, unfortunately, the levels of ALA in our body decline as we age. One advantage of alpha lipoic acid is that it is each fat and water soluble. This indicates it can perform in all components of our physique, making it extremely versatile. Most antioxidants are either fat or water soluble, but not both. For instance, vitamin A is fat soluble, and vitamin C is water soluble. Taking about 50 to 100mg of alpha lipoic acid supplements a day has been recommended, even though this supplement has not been tested on pregnant or breast feeding women. References: Nature and Health, April/May 2006.

Anti Aging Supplements - Fight Wrinkles From Within

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