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NASOBIH and Anti-Aging

by John Stan | Mar 05, 2014

This article was written by Dr. Kamran Forghani




The aging process effects how our body and mind function, and how we look and feel.  Our body organs begin to lose their effectiveness by 1% each year starting in our early 30s. This includes our skin, which is the largest organ of our body. Other systems such as our hormones also undergo change as we age.

Anti-aging medicine is currently evolving as we discover new biological processes that affect our well-being and health.  We may not be able to completely stop the aging process, but modern science has helped us develop anti-aging systems that can slow the process down so we can feel healthier and look younger.

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Many skin care products claim to be anti-aging by making your skin appear younger looking, but that is only on the outside of your skin, and thus just scratching the surface of anti-aging. You need to look deeper to really see and feel the beneficial effects of anti-aging. Your internal health needs the right nutrients to function effectively, and keep you feeling healthy. Just as nutrients are needed for your body, they are also needed to keep your skin healthy and younger looking.

Now there is a new revolutionary anti-aging system called NASOBIH™, which stands for Natural Anti-aging System for Outer Beauty and Inner Health. NASOBIH™ is scientifically designed to provide key nutrients to your body, with oral capsules approved by Health Canada, and key nutrients to your skin, in a topical cream.  When you start using the NASOBIH™ system you will feel healthier, and look younger, and that’s what anti-aging is all about.  

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