Don't have an account? To participate in discussions consider signing up or signing in
facebook connect
Sign-up, its free! Close [x]


  • okay Create lasting relationships with other like minded women.
  • okay Blogging, let your voice be heard!
  • okay Interact with other women through blogs,questions and groups.
  • okay Photo Album, upload your most recent vacation pictures.
  • okay Contests, Free weekly prize drawing.
  • okay Weekly Newsletter.

It is not surprising to learn that Danish scientist’s say that looking young may mean that you live a younger life. This study, published online in the British Medical Journal, suggests that people who look younger may also live longer.  

Now why do you think this is possible?  

Is it because when you take steps every day to maintain and even improve your health that it shows on your face? Probably.  

Consider the average upbringing; in these times with usually both parents working full-time jobs, some children may be introduced to pre-packaged foods, GMO or irradiated foods and water that is full of chlorine and fluoride from birth. These children, hopefully, will grow to understand the need to eat healthy, organic fruits and vegetables and use only purified water that removes chemicals that over time can sap our good health.  

Children who regularly exercise usually fare better than those who are raised without exercise. Obesity levels are lower, they sleep better, their cognitive skills are improved and the list of benefits goes on and on.  

Exercise is not just for kids. As adults mature exercise is important because it helps us to maintain our strength, our weight, our balance and the health of our heart, lungs and total being. Exercise is the fountain of youth and when you add nutrition to the mix, you provide an environment to thrive.  

So, the question is: “Are you thriving?”  

When the Danish scientists followed their test subjects to determine how perceived age correlates with survival, their peers viewed 1800 photographs of 387 sets of twins (352 men and 422 women) that were measured by who appeared more youthful along with physical and cognitive functioning. Turns out that the participants could blame their wrinkles, brown spots, red spots, dilated blood vessels on the very things that directly attribute to aging - sun, smoking, weight issues, alcohol and chemical indulgence plus sagging facial muscles.  

All of us carry genetic factors that influence the condition and appearance of our skin. Perhaps we look at our older siblings and perceive that they look younger; maybe they’ve had less stress, maybe they have regularly exercised and taken better care of their heath.  

And, maybe they have used facial exercise as their best kept [Link Removed] 

That's right! [Link Removed] can help a face look 10-15 years younger without using anything invasive. It works for men and women, the process hardly takes any time at all. You're never too young or too old to begin a regimen of exercise that will lift, tone and tighten sagging facial muscles.  

Just as exercise is the [Link Removed] for your body, facial exercise that uses resistance and contraction can act as 'the fountain' for your face.  

The stress reducing movements change the shape and contour of your face using techniques that can be completed in just minutes a day. You will feel and see the differences daily and your friends and family will marvel at the renewed vitality they see in your face.  

Most users proclaim they look years younger after learning facial exercise; some say that [Link Removed] Imagine, using exercise instead of surgery and injections to keep you looking younger.  

Bottom line: if your face looks old, you cannot blame your genes because the secret to youth begins with tiny, baby steps such as not smoking, watching your weight, eating healthy, organic foods, policing drug and alcohol use and certainly watching how much time you spend in the sun.

Environmental damage happens both inside and on the outside of our bodies. Protection comes in many forms such as supplement use, the products we use on our bodies, the water we drink and even the thoughts we think.  

The scientists are right - if you look younger, you most likely will live longer. Looking younger is all about how you portray your calling card - your body!

Sign up for Cynthia's FREE newsletter: — [Link Removed]

FOLLOW her on Twitter:
@cynthiarowland[Link Removed]

"LIKE" her Facebook page:
Cynthia Rowland — [Link Removed]

Cynthiarowland, Your links have been removed, please consider upgrading to premium membership.

Member Comments