Probiotics Are A Straightforward Approach To Your Fine Lines And Wrinkles

Probiotics may help build collagen, hydrate aging skin, and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It definitely plays an increasingly important role as you age. Of course, we are all aware of the telltale signs of aging that we all recognize and agonize over, such as the fine lines, those creepy wrinkles, deep crevices and sagging skin that appear over time. Your skin tells a lot about how healthy you are inside, which is the main reason you have to take care of your gut microbiota.

 

Your skin has been reported to reflect the general inner health status and how fast you age. Do you look older than your age?

 

One study has shown that around age 60, there is a significant drop in the number of bacteria in the gut. The health of the gut and its reflection on the skin has always been an interesting topic for derma care.

 

I have heard of stories about healthy gut bacteria as an excellent friend for weight loss. They say that people who can eat anything and not gain any weight have a good balance of gut bacteria.

 

Now very recently, Greek yogurt has made waves to weight loss programs and also, as natural anti aging food. So, probiotics can both be eaten to take care of your health and beauty or just be applied externally for a powerful skin rejuvenating effect.

 

As discussed in our previous articles, an excess of bad gut bacteria can cause inflammation, which may damage the collagen and elastin. When you eat or even apply extracted proteins from probiotics to your skin, the bacteria become balanced.

 

Your skin cells will be simulated, which makes your collagen and elastin supplies increase in a way that you would be happy knowing it can plump your skin, erase fine lines and reduce your wrinkles. The probiotic protein extract will rejuvenate your skin cells and help it fight inflammation.

 

A person with a diverse microbiome will in turn have an improved digestion, absorption, metabolism, and a stronger immune system. The human microbiome is completely influenced by everything it consumes.

 

When a person is not well, the skin may reveal it. Probiotics aid in the digestion of food as well as the absorption of nutrients and minerals, which contribute to a glowing and beautiful skin by permitting the body to assimilate skin friendly nutrients and fats.

 

As you age, your cellular immunity also declines. A new study finds that gut bacteria also play an important role in the development of white blood cells that help the body fight infection by boosting its immune system.

 

The probiotics play a very important role in skin health, such as improving atopic dermatitis, promoting the healing of scars and burns, and strengthening and rejuvenating the skin. For those acne sufferers with unhealthy gut bacteria, supplementing with probiotics can greatly improve the acne skin condition.

 

The study, published in the journal Cell Host & Microbe, described how the beneficial gut bacteria helped in the development of innate immune cells, specifically macrophages, monocytes and neutrophils or special white blood cells that provide the first line of defense against the body’s invading pathogens.

 

The intestinal dysbiosis may actually contribute to higher levels of toxins in the bloodstream. A comprehensive nutrition and supplementation strategy can help clean the bloodstream of impurities that trigger immune inflammatory reactions, which adversely affect the skin.

 

Variation in your body’s bacterial makeup has been connected to effects as far-reaching as your individual response to toxins, your metabolic state and degree of insulin resistance, and even your brain development and behavior.

 

Fortunately, probiotic supplements can restore the healthy balance of your gut bacteria and reverse the disruptions they do to the human body’s intestine based signaling mechanisms. This, in turn, reverses the negative influence that triggers the development of chronic disease.

 

In other words, probiotics can restore your body’s natural, intestine based protection against a host of non-intestinal diseases and shield you from the diseases of aging. Yeah, I know, you like this idea.

 

Moreover, probiotics contribute distinct advantages for skin disorders. It has already been proven that probiotics perform a role in skin health, such skin aging and wrinkles. They can offer some hope slowing down the visible proof of ageing like skin sagging.

 

A nine-week long New Zealand study of seniors between the ages of 63 and 84 found that consumption of the probiotic strain known as Bifidobacterium lactis resulted in increases in both the number and disease-fighting capacity of the white cells.

 

They show the compound enables muscle cells in animals to protect themselves against one of the major causes of aging. In fact, the greatest improvement was seen in seniors with the worst immune system responses prior to the study.

 

 

References

Kresser, C. (2012). The gut skin connection: How altered gut function affects the skin.

Kumar, M., Babaei, P., Ji, B., & Nielsen, J. (2016). Human gut microbiota and healthy aging: Recent developments and future prospective. Nutrition and Healthy Aging, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 3-16.

Life Extension. Probiotics provide anti aging defense.

News Max. Healthy gut bacteria could ward off age related disease.

 

 

If these disorders can be saved by probiotics, is it a far stretch to assume that those advantages can extend further, to aging skin? A person’s gut bacteria definitely have the power to elevate the human immune system and slow down the signs of aging.

 

Introducing probiotics will not only flush out bodily toxins, but also repair the harmful damage caused by free radicals. It may offer some hope in slowing down the visible proof of those years of life experience.

 

Replenishing your beneficial gut bacteria with supplements has been found to boost natural antioxidant and detoxification enzymes that prevent the activation of potential dietary carcinogens.

 

Sun Damage? No problem. Probiotics can help protect the skin from UV rays that often lead to premature skin aging, damaged skin and wrinkles.

About Shirley Chio

I am Shirley Chio, a Virtual Assistant Philippines and a digital marketing/ social media assistant who has been blogging since November 2006 as a hobby. I blog my life, I blog my travels, I blog my food, and I blog ME! I can't keep myself anymore, I want to talk ABOUT ME! If you find this intro crazy, just laugh, it is good for you.

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