It's amazing what an eyelift can do for one's appearance. It opens the eye and makes a more alert and youthful face.
Glendale, AZ (PRWEB) January 4, 2009
With the New Year, Phoenix plastic surgeon, Dr. Heidi Regenass encourages fitness goals for exercise and healthy food choices. But Dr. Regenass also offers the idea of internal health promoting external beauty - what we eat helps us to fight off the signs of aging.
In Glendale near Phoenix, plastic surgeon, Dr. Regenass comments, "We have to use the power of our food ingredients to slow down the aging process. Antioxidants, vitamins, and nutrients all play a significant role in our health which also reflects in the severity of our fine lines and wrinkles and our skin elasticity."
Proper nutrition is always the first advice from health advocates and physicians in keeping the body strong and healthy. It is in recent years that antioxidants have been recognized for their intimate involvement in the prevention of cellular damage. Cellular damage is a major contributor to cancer, diseases, and aging. Antioxidants can slow the cellular damage - slow the aging process.
It is these power foods or superfoods that have been singled out for their high nutrient properties and for the roles they play in reducing the symptoms of premature aging. Dr. Regenass has combined her in-depth knowledge of nutrition and anti-aging to develop a cookbook loaded with recipes designed around good foods and good flavor.
Dr. Regenass again, "Healthy eating, anti-aging eating, does not taste bad. With beautiful, fresh ingredients, and incredible spices and flavors, these recipes are easy to make, bursting with flavor and the added benefit is slowing the process of aging from the inside out."
Dr. Heidi provides some of her favorite easy recipes full of anti-aging superfoods. These recipes are designed to spark your imagination and give you the desire to make anti-aging foods part of your daily diet, thereby contributing to a healthier, happier and more gorgeous you.
Dr. Regenass is a plastic surgeon, but she believes that plastic surgery should never be the first answer to beauty. "Beauty, health, and vitality are all reflective of our lifestyles. One who eats nutritious foods and exercises will have a much better cosmetic surgery result than one who does not exercise or eat properly on a regular basis."
"Cosmetic surgery and non-surgical treatments such as BOTOX Cosmetic, injectable fillers, and laser skin resurfacing are tools to help us fight aging and appear youthful, but they should be complimented with other choices - exercise and the foods we eat, " says Dr. Regenass.
Some cosmetic surgery options to help fight the aging battle are incredibly beneficial for their subtle changes but highly effective results such as brow lift. Phoenix patients enjoy the natural refreshed look after a brow lift procedure with Dr. Regenass. "My goal is always beautiful, refreshed, natural-looking results."
Eyelid surgery, Phoenix surgeon, Dr. Regenass, suggests to open the eye area for a less angry or less tired appearance. "It's amazing what an eyelift can do for one's appearance. It opens the eye and makes a more alert and youthful face."
For more information on anti-aging foods or anti-aging cosmetic treatments, please visit Dr. Regenass online at http://www.drheidi.com.
About Dr. Heidi:
Born in Zimbabwe, Heidi Regenass, M.D. brings an international flair to cosmetic plastic surgery. As a board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Regenass specializes in plastic surgery procedures that rejuvenate the face and body, enhancing one's natural beauty. Dr. Regenass performs a variety of plastic surgery procedures for both men and women to help them achieve their desired cosmetic result.
Dr. Regenass received her medical degree from the University of Utah. The prestigious Mayo Clinic is where Dr. Regenass performed her General Surgery residency. Following this she further specialized in her chosen field of Plastic Surgery and completed a Plastic Surgery residency at the University of Utah.
Prior to her medical training, Dr. Regenass earned a Master of Science degree in Health Education and worked as a health and wellness specialist in the United States and Southern Africa. For more than 20 years she has been dedicated to a holistic approach to medicine to help her patients achieve their health and beauty goals.