Special report: Anti-ageing therapy

Dr. Manuel del Pino explores natural biological techniques to address the problems associated with age and the prevention of disease, by applying the most innovative remedies from homeopathy, phytocosmetics and nutraceuticals, a group of foods that behave as nutrition and medicine. Anti-aging medicine can treat all areas of the body from the outermost (skin) to the innermost (the bones), using a therapeutic philosophy that does not treat with hormones or other chemical compounds, but instead relies on functional foods that are probiotics, that is pro- life. We can look more specifically at certain areas of the body.
 
SKIN
Collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, in the skin, muscles, ligaments and joints supports the tissues and thus prevents sagging. Antioxidants are a group of products that prevent oxidation of tissues – the biochemical mechanism for the establishment of free radicals and cause of aging. The best antioxidants include: vitamin C and E, alpha lipoic acid, DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) is a great tonic for sagging skin, lycopene (found in tomatoes), evening primrose oil, soy lecithin, silicon for firming, selenium, zinc, kelp algae and fluor.
 
MUSCLE
The goal is to regain muscle mass and tone, maintain elasticity and prevent back pain.Recommended amino acids include L-arginine, lysine, vitamin C and B, L-carnitine, gaba growth hormone, silicon is a great nutrient for skin, muscles, joints and bones by stimulating the synthesis of collagen and elastin, B group vitamins, amino acid complex Tribulus land (enhances large muscles and improves sexual energy)
 
JOINTS
Over time the joints age, they become less elastic and more cracks occur. The most highly recommended nutrients are silicon, borum, bromelin found in pineapple, glucosamine and chondroitin regenerate cartilage, hyaluronic acid, pantothenic acid, omega 3 acids, MSM (sulfur), shark cartilage and harpogofito (anti-inflammatory). A diet rich in sulphur from asparagus, onions, blue fish, alfalfa and gelatin is recommended and it is best to avoid Solanaceae vegetables such as potatoes, green peppers and tomatoes.
 
BONES
The biggest problem is loss of mineral content. Bone mass loss can start from 35, and we have seen that at the start of the menopause this occurs faster. Recommended Nutrients include magnesium, manganese, copper and zinc, vitamin C and K; amino acids, organic silicon, calcium-rich foods, such as bluefish, oysters and clams, cheese, yogurt, salmon and sardines, prawns, almonds, tofu, brown rice, orange, cabbage, broccoli, beets, green beans, oats, algae.

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