5 Tips (and a Bonus) to Help You Slow The Signs of Aging

Hey Everyone!

I hope you are all staying healthy and doing well as we move along the holiday season. It can certainly be challenging to stay true to your health goals during this time of year with all the food, drink and parties. Yet it’s possible to maintain your health goals with just a little bit of motivation.

And motivation is not just about your weight or the numbers on the scale. Motivation can come in a bunch of ways, from wanting to experience better energy and stamina to looking your best. These are the types of goals that sometimes can make it easier to refrain from too many desserts or drinks when temptation is high.

Aging gracefully is one such motivating force. So many women (and men) are looking for ways to look youthful so that the outside can match the exuberance they feel on the inside and the very BEST way to achieve that is to nourish yourself from the inside out. Aging gracefully is an inside job. If you take care of your health and eat right you’ll not only feel great but you will look great as well!

In today’s Motivational Monday I am going to share with you my top five practices to slow the signs of aging. They are easy and manageable and in practicing them you will not only look amazing, you will feel amazing too!

And stick around for the added bonus tip at the end. This one tip can have a dramatic effect on your skin AND in the prevention of disease, so you won’t want to miss it.

Once you’ve watched this video, share it with your friends, and leave a comment below…. what do YOU do to help you stay looking your best? Do you have any daily practices that you see improve the quality of your skin? I’d love to hear from you!

Thanks again for tuning in and I look forward to your feedback. Have a great Monday and a dynamite week!


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10 comments on “5 Tips (and a Bonus) to Help You Slow The Signs of Aging

  1. AvatarBriana

    Hi Barbara! Awesome videos!! I wanted to know how to get my immune system pumped up. I really like oranges but isn’t there a secret to enhance the balance of vitman C effectively? I am always sick and I have had head colds my whole life lasting sometimes a whole month…

    1. AvatarBarbara Mendez RPh MS Post author

      Hi Briana~ The sugar in OJ may actually weaken immunity. A better way would be to take it in supplement form. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist for the best dose for you, but trying to get enough from OJ is going to lead to sugar spikes which is not good for you overall.
      I hope this helps! And thanks for the feedback on the videos!

  2. AvatarIraida

    Thank you for all the wonderful tips. As always your videos are fantastic. I wished I drank more water, but I must keep on reminding myself to do it. It just makes sense.

  3. AvatarCeleste

    Hey girlfriend, I love this ! Great reminder during these holiday times when time is stretched and our clean eating habits wane. Thanks for the reminder about inflammation….

  4. AvatarAnna McNally

    Hi Barbara – hope you have a great Monday! Thanks for the tips and I plan to share this with my daughter. You’re never too young or to old to start good healthy habits. The part about sugar and vitamin D was particularly informative.


    1. AvatarBarbara M Mendez

      Hi Anna! Good to pass it along! Like I said, I’ve been working on it forever and it definitely makes a difference!
      I hope all is well with you and that it’s not too cold in your part of the world!


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