Nature's Top Ten Anti-Aging Herbs and Nutrients
Tips on how to obtain optimal health through using these high-powered herbs and supplements.

Mother Nature has provided us with an apothecary of anti-aging herbs and nutrients that help to create optimal health during the aging process.  Why not add these to your supplemental program and feel the results.

1.  Garlic - strong anti-bacterial and anti-viral effects as well as scientifically proved to reduce cholesterol levels, blood pressure and age-related memory loss.

2.  Ginseing (Panax Ginseng) - this is considered the Fountain of Youth among the Chinese.  This root tones the skin, muscles, restores sexual energy and improves appetite and digestion.

3.  Ginko Biloba - research supports the use of Ginko to increase blood flowto the brain, one of the areas affected by aging.  European research shows ginko's capacity to help people with alzheimer's disease and other forms of dimentia to become more sociable and alert.  James A. Duke, PhD. world-renowned botanist , recommends taking 60-240 mg of standardized Ginko extract per day.

4.   Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) - powerful antioxidant helps protect your body from free radical damage which is one of the causes of aging.  It hels recycle vitamins C and E, protects nerve tissues, lowers cholesterol levels and detoxifies liver.

5.   Peppermint - helps with digestive and gastrointestinal problems linked with aging, also contains antioxidants that help prevent cancer, heart disease and age-related problems.

6.  Milk thistle - contains Sylmarin, which stimulated liver cells, which help liver process and filter medications and toxic chemicals.  Stimulates cells to regenerate, rebuild and repair liver functions.

7.  Bilberry - packed with antioxidants that protect from many age-related concerns especially preserving vision and preventing eye diseases.

8.  Tumeric - research is showing many wonderful effects primarily anti-inflammatory, more so than steroids, without harmful effects.

9.  Horsetail - this is loaded with Silicon, a mineral that often declines with the aging process and is beneficial in increasing silicon in the skin, bones, cartilage and connective tissues.

10.  Gota Kola - used in India as an herbal tea, but known to improve memory and extend longevity.

It is wise to consult your Nutritional Health Couselor or physician before starting on any of the above herbs in conjunction with medication.

About the Author:
Rosemary Nardone - Rosemary Nardone, Certified Nutritional Health Counselor

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