Dr Oz, Soy Cream n Retinol For Wrinkles, Anti-Aging Foods, Teff, Beluga

Dr. Oz Talks About Anti-Aging Foods and Skin Creams For Wrinkles

Today (February 3, 2014) Dr. Oz did a segment featuring leading dermatologists to share some of their best anti-aging tips.  Listed below is their “foolproof anti-aging” plan that will help you look years younger.  They also share anti-aging foods that will help to slow down the aging process and help you to live longer.

Hydroquinone  For Blotchy Skin

A common complain that men and women has is blotchy and/or discolored skin.  Often blotchy areas appear on your cheeks, face, and/or chin.  Dr. Jeanine Downie suggested Hydroquinone for blotchy areas. Look for 2% hydroquinone.  She said that Hydroquinone works by blocking hormones that cause blotchy or discoloration of the skin.

Soy Cream and Retinol For Wrinkles

Face wrinkles are a dead giveaway for aging skin.  This is also the area that women would like wrinkles to disappear the most!  Dr. Oz invited Dr. Howard Sobel to share some of his tips to reduce facial wrinkles.  Dr. Sobel suggested applying a Retinol Cream at night and Soy Cream in the morning.

Multi-Peptide Cream – When you age, your skin becomes looser and not as firm.  Dr. Lori Brightman suggested using a Multi-Peptide cream.  She said that multi-peptide creams help to firm your skin because of the amino acids in which they contain.  The amino acids message the skin to make more collagen.3 Anti-Aging FoodsDr. Oz invited Kristin Kirkpatric (Dietician) on to the show to share anti-aging foods that will help you to live longer.

Shichimi Togarashi – Japanese spice powder that is healthy for your heart.  You can find Shichimi Togarashi in many grocery stores.  If you can’t find it there you will likely find it in asian markets.  It can also be purchased online.

Teff – Very healthy for your intestines.  Teff is the smallest grain in the world and is loaded with Vitamin C and Calcium.  It is also gluten free.   Teff is a resistant starch that is good for your intestinal tract.

Beluga Lentils – This anti-aging food provides health benefits for your brain.

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