Perfect ways to maintain holistic health after forty for aging gracefully

Greying of hair and fine lines on your face and other body parts shows that the person is getting older. Beauty is not only about our skin; however it is also regarding your inner beauty which radiates a person’s character and a person’s personality.
Take a glance at the following beauty tips:
[1] Try to consume less carbohydrates, fats but not good fats, alcohol and sugars and always keep a perfect weight. Drink only fresh juices

[2] Eat less meat because meats have bad cholesterols, uric acids, hidden saturated fats so cutting down of meats is crucial for healthy planet.

[3] Go for regular body examination and pay attention to doctor’s advices on how to retain fine wellbeing. Get hold of the proper know-how on precautions to be taken.

[4] Start to exercise, recommending ’light cardio’ exercises, like stretching to prevent stiffness of limbs and get the proper blood circulation throughout the body. At the same time, try to learn how to normal breathing between sets.

[5] Have a positive mental attitude mindset for leading a blissful life. So understand the law of love, life and attraction, theory to change your life for better living. Above all, avoid taking stress.

 [6] Find out the reasons of premature aging and repair it eat nutritious foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains full of minerals and vitamins that helps keep one energetic and young. Moreover, enhance immunity in order to prevent and fight against infections caused by germs or virus.

[7]For sound spiritual, physical and mental health, daily meditation of 20 minutes before bed or 15 minutes in the morning is recommended. 

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  1. Dr Alvin Ng developed his interest in Cardiology during his posting to the Cardiology department at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Singapore) in circa 1996. Thereafter, he started his formal training in Cardiology in 1998. In 2001, Dr Alvin Ng Chee Keong received the Singapore Ministry of Health’s HMDP Award to receive formal training in Cardiovascular Imaging at Cedars-Sinai Hospital, USA and was subsequently registered as a specialist in Cardiology in the same year. Having worked at public and private hospitals in Singapore, Dr Alvin Ng has now set up his own private practice; Jireh Heart Centre which specialises in general cardiology, cardiac health screening, cardiovascular imaging, and interventional cardiology. Dr Alvin Ng Chee Keong His practice is well equipped with the necessary equipment to facilitate the carrying out of Echocardiogram, ECG, and Treadmill tests in-house. Jireh Heart Centre is also on the approved list for many private medical insurers. Besides being conversant in English and Mandarin (as well as some Chinese dialects), Dr Alvin Ng is also conversant in the Malay language and Bahasa Indonesia.