13 Jun '15, 4pm

@derickbailey Man I wish! Actually I've been doing some reading about reducing cortisol... (Caffeine raises it a lot)

Last but hardly least, is our appearance. Caffeine dehydrates the body. So do elevated cortisol levels. This leads to dehydrated skin and premature wrinkling. Dr. Nicholas Perricone in his best selling books, The Perricone Prescription and The Wrinkle Cure, is emphatic about quitting coffee to prevent skin aging. His patients revealed to him the consequences of elevated cortisol levels on skin aging and wrinkling through both dehydration and the decrease of collagen and elastin production. Six Tips To Lowering Your Cortisol Production: Cherniske and Talbott both emphasize the importance of increasing our “anabolic” metabolism, the rebuild, repair and rejuvenate cycle of cell life, to reverse the consequences of elevated stress hormones and aging. Cherniske likens the anabolic/catabolic metabolic model to a seesaw. You want to have the anabolic side of the seesaw up in the ...

Full article: http://teeccino.com/building_optimal_health/148/Six-Tips-...

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  1. 31 Jul '15, 10pm

    Hey thanks for all the great info in here. I didn't know there were so many natural ways to control your cortisol, I've actually been taking this supplement a lot of athletes at my gym take and it's worked really well for me so far. I feel like my stress levels and overall health has increased since taking it. Here is a link if anybody wants to check it out. http://www.amazon.com/Neon-Sport-Intercept-Aromatase-Inhibitor/dp/B00VAPRET4

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