Anti Aging – a large part of Acadermias stage program

By on November 5, 2016

Anti Aging, holistic beauty or beauty from within. The names are many, but in general it’s about to take care of itself by eating right and exercising as a complement to treatments and skin care. On Acadermia 25 to 27 November at the Stockholm Fair gives visitors the chance to hear many interesting lectures on this topic.

It is proven that the skin is a mirror of how the body and especially the gut feeling. We also know that the skin needs certain substances in order to feel good and it will more and more supplements for skin, hair and nails.

“The French Paradox”
For a long time, scientists were puzzled by the French population aged more slowly than elsewhere in the world – even though many smoked, ate fat cheeses, white bread and drank far too much alcohol. What was it that made this possible? Today we know that it was the red wine, more specifically, a substance in red wine called resveratrol. This has come to be called “The French Paradox”.

On Acadermia presented a new Swedish supplements, Reserol, which is a thin film that you put inside the palate. Through the mucous membranes of the mouth goes resveratrol, at very high doses, straight into the bloodstream.

Resveratrolmolekylerna is so small so it’s no problem for them to get into the skin, said Scott Boyer, Chief Executive Officer of Klaria AB and owner of film patent.

There are now over 8,000 published studies on the topic Resveratrol, how it affects sirtuinerna that goes in and creates order in the cells. In addition, see the topic that the bad cells are sorted out.

Resveratrol is a known ingredient in beauty products, the problem is that it is so incredibly small amounts of these products, so it makes little difference. At oral intake destroyed subject to a large extent when it comes in the stomach, so in order to benefit from resveratrol well, you need to avoid the stomach, continues Scott.

Sugar – the threat to your health and skin
Ann Fernholm is a journalist and has a doctorate in molecular biotechnology. She has worked for, among other things SVT’s Vetenskapens värld, Dagens Nyheter, Focus, Dagens Medicin and Research and progress. In 2010, she was named the year’s science journalist. Her investigative books about sugar “A sweeter Blood” and “The sweetest we have” has attracted much attention. Sugar is obvious what Anna will talk about even on Acadermiathe threat to our health and skin.

Holistic beauty according Linda Myrberg
Linda Myrberg who are spakonsult and holistic health expert has over 25 years experience in the food, spa, fitness and health. She is both a trained dancer, Chinese acupuncturist and owns the brand NORDIC SUPER FOOD. The interest in clean and healthy food has followed with Linda for many years and she is constantly developing new healthy recipes that she uses on their health events. The goal is to show the health effects nutritious food, sauna, exercise and the right thoughts can give your body, and how to achieve vitality and retains the energy for life.

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