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How to fight premature aging

Aging is a natural part of life, but premature aging—or when the body shows signs of slowdown and weakness earlier than usual—is another story. 

Surveys reveal more than half of Filipino adults experience premature aging because of various factors, mainly due to lifestyle choices such as unhealthy eating habit that lacks in nutrition, a sedentary lifestyle, and lack of proper rest.

A brand of adult milk shares three simple steps that help combat premature aging. 

Get enough sleep

Adults need 7-9 hours of sleep a day.
Adults need seven to nine hours of sleep a day to allow their bodies to repair itself and replenish lost energy. Sleep also helps the brain relax, restore alertness and focus, and reduce stress levels.

Get off the couch

At least 20 minutes of exercise per day will keep the body agile. 
Without proper exercise, blood circulation becomes less efficient, and a person runs the risk of decreased strength and muscle mass. Simple physical activities like taking the stairs or stretching while in the office chair, or getting at least 20 minutes of exercise per day will help keep body agile.

Get the right nutrients

Anlene MoveMax supplement for adults in their 30s to ‘50s.
Adults need to maintain a diet rich in calcium and protein, plus other vitamins and minerals. Staying hydrated, meanwhile, helps manage energy levels, lubricate joints, deliver oxygen throughout the body, flush out toxins, and more.

Anlene offers a great way to supplement an adult’s diet. Anlene MoveMax offers 100 percent of the daily calcium requirement for bones, high protein for muscles, and collagen for joints. Specially formulated for the needs of adults in their 30s to 50s, it is available in Original, White Coffee, and Chocolate flavors.

Topics: Premature Aging , Anlene MoveMax , Health

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