Holistic skincare rules to live by

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NAD-boosting food: Foods that boost NAD include cow’s milk, mushrooms, green vegetables, and fish such as tuna, salmon, or sardines.

Sunlight: Overexposure to sunlight can deplete our NAD levels, because our body uses NAD to repair sun-damaged cells.

Exercise: Luckily there are ways to naturally enhance your NAD. Exercise is one of the best and cheapest ways.

Signs of aging: As we age, our NAD levels start to decline. This is reflected in our skin through signs of aging.

Long-term results: Understanding how the skin behaves cellularly is the first step to getting great, long-term results.

Healthy skin starts at the cellular level: Healthy skin cells lead to healthy skin, so we need to start treating our skin on a cellular level.

Supplements: A supplement called Nicotinamide Riboside has recently been discovered. It’s a form of Vitamin B3 that is converted into NAD once ingested.

Pay attention to the microbiome: Our bodies, as well as everything around us, are made up of millions and millions of microbes.

Mitochondria: When we exercise, our bodies are forced to produce more mitochondria, which naturally produces more NAD.

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