Live Younger

June 23, 2022


So we all know by now that aging is something that must happen to us all and it will eventually drive us down to meet our ends. The latter part is absolutely true, but I want to talk to you about the former.

Aging can’t just be halted it can actually be reversed! Not chronologically of course. But its effects can practically be reversed to restore your youth. I am not talking about prolonging life i.e. anti-aging mind you. I am talking about something way more realistic i.e. bringing back your youth and maintaining it till the inevitable comes knocking.

So here are some steps you can take:

  1. Eat Less
    People judge you for stuffing your plate with lots of food at a buffet or a wedding, and sometimes we hate it. Your “don’t Judge” argument doesn’t work here because they are right to do it.
    Small portion size is the key to age reversal. Excessive food intake leads to obesity that in itself is a risk factor for various diseases and induces a proinflammatory state that damages cells of the body. A damaged body is more prone to degradation of its components leading to aging. Multiple studies on rats and monkeys have basically demonstrated this.

  2. Eat healthy
    The single most important factor that leads to aging of your cells is the inflammation that takes place on a cellular level due to free radicals. To fight these bad boys you need to up the ante on anti-oxidant foods. ¹
    Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants. Include them in every meal.

  3. Supplements
    I cannot begin to tell you how important this is. We stuff our selves with a lot of food but most of it is just too bad for our body. To help our body in its battle against aging, we need to supplement it with the necessary vitamins, minerals and natural products that we usually skip in our day to day meals.YouthPM and YouthPLUS are wholesome supplements that focus on including all these necessities in your diet.

Anyway, this is the gist of it. Dining out with friends or healthy food at home? Former is a one-time joy, and the other enables you to have extended years of youth. The choice is yours.

I bet you guessed this one would be next. And for good reason too.

Age reversal is about bringing your body back to the attaining the form it held back in your youth. Maintaining the strength of your muscles and joints is of the utmost importance. Here are some things you can focus on:

  1. . As you age your body loses lean muscle mass. To keep up your strength you need to focus on strength training. Forget the looks and the abs for a bit and you will start seeing results.
  2. Weight bearing exercises are pretty important. Cardio just won’t cut it. Your body starts losing bone density after the age of 30 years. Doctors recommend weight bearing exercises before the age of 30 to reach increase your body’s potential to attain peak bone mass.
    But even afterwards, these exercises do help to maintain the strength of your skeleton.
  3. Get a gym buddy. Going at it alone is usually very hard for people.

Acquiring an active lifestyle takes you a long way. It can effectively boost your journey to age-reversal in no time.² My personal experience proves this.


So sleep recharges your brain. But the long term effects of a consistent sleeping pattern that is in synchrony with your circadian rhythm are absolutely incredible!

  1. During deep sleep, the glymphatic system works to clear off all the waste from the brain tissue and keeps it healthy. ³
  2. Certain hormones are released that are important for growth and development i.e: growth hormone. This contributes to the health of our cellular functioning.
  3. Cortisol, the stress hormone, is released during the last hour of sleep. This primes our body for the upcoming challenges that come with waking up.

These are the functions of restorative sleep. So to make your sleep healthier for you you can follow these tips;

  1. Make a consistent pattern of sleeping. You should go to sleep and wake up at a specifies time and be consistent with it.
  2. Reduce screen time before sleep. This helps with sleep onset
  3. Sleep as much as you need to! 8 hours are essential. Make sure not to compromise on that. Sleeping less has been associated with earlier onset of Alzheimer’s disease in late age so beware :).

Your thoughts and your feelings that oscillate between your neurons are as important as the blood that runs within your veins.

When we talk about age reversal, we have to understand that what we are really aiming for is the state of prime physical and mental health. Because it is an unquestionable fact that the state of your mind affects the state of your body.

The basic rule of thumb is to control your perspective. And let that perspective tackle the obstacles that life throws in your way. There will always be times when you are sad or angry. Times when you just want to lie down and cry. Times when you feel betrayed. There may also come trials that we call mental illnesses. I am no medical doctor to prescribe you treatments.

What I want to state are some rules that experience of thousands of years has taught mankind;

  1. Meditate. That’s it. Today’s fast paced life does not allow us the time to think about ourselves and our goals. And believe me nothing gives you the mental clarity that meditating can.⁴
  2. Do not expose yourself to toxicity that you cannot bear.
  3. Make it so that you are not alone. The longest running trial in human history has found out after 80 years of continuous research that loneliness is as lethal as smoking or alcohol. So surround yourself with people you love.

In the end all I want to say is this. Age reversal and youth restoration is a very viable concept. It is a shot at living a life worth living. Are you going to take it?


  1. Fusco, D., Colloca, G., Lo Monaco, M. R., & Cesari, M. (2007). Effects of antioxidant supplementation on the aging process. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2(3), 377. /pmc/articles/PMC2685276/
  2. Garatachea, N., Pareja-Galeano, H., Sanchis-Gomar, F., Santos-Lozano, A., Fiuza-Luces, C., Morán, M., Emanuele, E., Joyner, M. J., & Lucia, A. (2015). Exercise Attenuates the Major Hallmarks of Aging. Rejuvenation Research, 18(1), 57.
  3. Not all sleep is equal when it comes to cleaning the brain — ScienceDaily. (n.d.). Retrieved May 29, 2022, from
  4. Klimecki, O., Marchant, N. L., Lutz, A., Poisnel, G., Chételat, G., & Collette, F. (2019). The impact of meditation on healthy ageing — the current state of knowledge and a roadmap to future directions. Current Opinion in Psychology, 28, 223–228.
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