Alternative Medicine

How To Promote Longevity

There are many ways to safely and naturally increase your body's longevity. Taking herbal remedies such as alfalfa, garlic, aloe vera, dandelion, red clover and psyllium hulls is one method. Herbs naturally contain vitamins and minerals that our bodies require. Plus some herbs like dandelion, psyllium hulls and burdock root help cleanse and detoxify the body, and our bodies need to be detoxified from time to time to help prevent premature aging.

As we get older, our bodies start lacking certain vitamins and minerals necessary for our overall health, such as iron, calcium, zinc and vitamin D. Supplementing our diets with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants becomes important. Replenishing our bodies with these important nutrients helps promote longevity and is a great anti-aging regimen.

There is an infinite number of supplements, vitamins, antioxidants and herbal remedies available on the market today making supplementation easy. In addition, you can also replenish your body with necessary supplements via your diet. Eating nutritious foods rich in vitamins and minerals is just another way to improve your health.

Now matter how you choose to improve your body's overall health, whether you take supplements, herbal remedies or eat more nutrient rich foods, the only way you will promote longevity is to begin an anti-aging program.

Alternative Health Treatments

Seeking alternative treatments, rather than visiting the doctors office, has become increasingly popular. Everyday, more and more people are taking control of their healthcare.

The quest for information is moving people away from traditional medicine toward finding alternative methods for treating their symptoms. Unlike 20 to 30 years ago, the American public is now more comfortable visiting an acupuncturist, massage therapist, herbologist or aromatherapist to cure what ails them.

As alternative therapies continue to be in the media's spotlight, these therapies are bound to become more popular with time. And with increased popularity comes more information, research and discovery. In fact, a time may come when "alternative" therapies could be a person's first choice for treating an ailment over "traditional" medical treatments.


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    Note: The information, formulas, herbs, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical care. As with any other medicine or remedy, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if these alternatives are right for you. 1001 Beauty Secrets does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. These remedies may not be for everyone, and like any other type of remedy may have side effects. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.

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