Top AntiAging Supplements include Chromium
There really isn’t a trick to living longer and looking good while you age. It’s actually pretty simple. You have to have a balanced level of all of the minerals your body needs if you’re going to have a long and healthy life.
It’s imperative that you have the right minerals in order to benefit from their anti-aging abilities. Some minerals are considered trace minerals because all you need is a trace amount to get the benefits.
But that trace amount can make a huge difference in how you look and feel. Chromium is one of those trace minerals that you have to have. It’s needed by the body to work with insulin production.
The mineral helps glucose get into the cells where they belong. Without enough of this mineral, your insulin production won’t work right - and it ends up causing too much glucose to remain in your bloodstream.
As you grow older, you can begin to develop glucose intolerance. Chromium works to make sure that your glucose levels remain healthy.
When your chromium levels are not at a normal range, your glucose levels will then begin to lean into a range that isn’t safe.
Long term deficiency can lead to diabetes, weight gain and other health problems - such as high blood pressure and rising LDL cholesterol levels. Having the right amount of chromium in your body is necessary for you to have a proper metabolizing function.
As you age, you become more at risk of developing a chromium deficiency. This deficiency has been linked to some cardiovascular diseases among the elderly. What happens to your body on the inside when you don’t have enough?
When your body doesn’t have enough chromium, your metabolic panels will resemble that of someone much older. Plus, not enough of this mineral will also make you look older on the outside.
You need chromium for healthy muscle tone and proper metabolizing.
Chromium has earned a name for itself and there’s a reason why chromium is known as the anti-aging mineral. It’s because it raises your dehydroepiandrosterone - or DHEA for short.
DHEA is necessary for your cognitive function, for your immune system to be able to properly fight infections, and for your bones to stay strong and healthy.
One important fact to note about this mineral is that no matter what kind of healthy eating plan you follow, it probably doesn’t contain enough of the level of chromium that you need.
You have to make sure that you get to your optimal level in a supplemental form.
Warren Tattersall has been a full time nutritional consultant for over a decade and works with people all over the world to help them improve their health, increase their personal energy levels and to use supplements to assist with diet related health issues.
To have a free personal consultation with him to learn how incorporating nutritional supplements may improve your health concerns just visit his site https://www.thehealthsuccesssite.com/Health-and-Nutrition-Resources-Index.html and download the free health report available there, or email warren@TheHealthSuccessSite.com to request a personal one-on-one consultation by email or phone.
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