The Antiaging Section
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AntiagingWhile the Longevity section of Vitamin Stuff focuses on the various theories and ideas associated with longevity and life extension, this section focuses on the practical aspects of fighting the aging process, including the more visible effects of aging.
Of course, the word antiaging carries with it the connotation that the natural aging process can be brought to a halt or even reversed. It goes without saying that modern science has not progressed that far.
Nonetheless, by adopting and utilizing longevity minded strategies and habits, and by following various antiaging tips, an individual can certainly lessen the effects and limitations that ordinarily come with aging, including susceptibility to illness, the decline in muscle strength, coordination, and reflexes, the weakening of the immune system, and, of course, the overt and visible effects of aging such as hair loss, wrinkles, and thinning skin.
This section on antiaging will continue to provide practical information and tips on how to maintain, to the fullest exent possible, our health, strength, and vigor, as we age. Check back periodically for updates and added information.
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