CLINICAL NUTRITION

It has been said that your skin is the outward reflection your inner health. The term “Beauty comes from within” is more than a cliché. Vitamins, minerals, herbals, and a variety of plant extracts possess potent anti-oxidant and anti-aging properties and have been widely used to prolong a youthful skin appearance.

Indeed, the connection between nutrition and skin condition or rather the effect of nutrition on skin aging has been the subject of countless research studies.

Skin aging consists of two distinct processes. The first is intrinsic skin aging, which represents chronological aging and affects skin in the same pattern it affects all internal organs. The second is extrinsic skin aging, which is the result of external factors and environmental influence, such as chronic sun exposure, smoking, sleep deprivation and poor nutrition.

Prevention is the best and most effective way to work against extrinsic skin aging effects. The best prevention strategy against the harmful action of free radicals is a well-regulated lifestyle, which includes caloric restriction, physical exercise, reducing stress, and a balanced nutritional diet, including anti-oxidative rich food.

We address each of these factors in developing a personalized regenerative regimen to help slow down, and even reverse the aging process.