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What is Margarita Politis on? Eyes that shine like diamonds, a bright, wide smile powered by high- voltage personality…. whatever it is we could all use some. Around Margarita everything seems possible, life just has a little more sparkle and you can’t help but be infected by her enthusiasm.

So what does Margarita do, aside from being fabulous? Margarita changes lives, one wardrobe at a time. Her journey to super Style Coach has been an interesting one. She graduated from fashion school, but spent the next 20 years in the corporate world, before becoming a mother to two gorgeous girls.

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December 26th, 2016
Top Things You Can Do When You’re Younger to Feel Better When You’re Older
  If you’re very young right now, then you may think that anti-aging articles and tips don’t apply to you. Those are for older people right? Wrong! In reality, those articles apply to you more than anyone else! After all, it’s too late to prevent aging once you are already feeling and looking a lot older! And when you get to that point where the crow’s feet and age spots are showing, you’ll only wish that you had taken the opportunity to protect yourself against aging when you were younger. So what can you do right now, to make sure that you keep your good looks and good health well into older age? Lifestyle In terms of lifestyle, there are a ton of things you need to do to stay younger and healthier in the way you look and feel. For starters, try to avoid too much direct sunlight. UV rays damage the skin cells and while you might think nothing of this; it makes a huge cumulative difference that is very apparent when you’re older! Likewise, you absolutely have to make sure you are getting plenty of high quality sleep. This will help you improve your health in all manner of ways, as sleep is when the body restores cells, forms new neural connections and produces lots of growth hormone and testosterone. Skin Care The right skin care regimen can make a massive difference. Any good skin care routine should incorporate an exfoliator, some kind of protection and some kind of moisturizer. And don’t forget the hands! Often the hands are the biggest giveaway of your true age when you’re older! Nutrition Nutrition is massive important when it comes to the way you age. Many of the illnesses we associate with old age are in fact just the result
November 9th, 2016
How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy Into Old Age
  One of the most upsetting things that tend to change or deteriorate as we get older is our teeth. As we age, our teeth will often start to become discoloured and wonky. Some will fall out and our gums will recede. Often we’ll have some plaque and decay during our younger years too, which can lead to fillings and extractions. In fact, our teeth and our age are so closely related psychologically, that this has given rise to expressions like ‘long in the tooth’. Dream analysis also tells us that dreams of losing our teeth are normally really dreams about getting older… So the question then becomes: how can you keep your teeth for longer, so that you may stay looking younger? Here are some tips that can help out…         Go Easy On Them Your impulse when planning on keeping your teeth younger and healthier may be to start brushing more regularly and vigorously and perhaps to use expensive toothpastes with whitening properties. The problem is that this can actually be quite misguided and end up doing more harm than good. The reason for this, is that brushing too hard can actually wear away your gums and the enamel that actually protects your teeth. Likewise, if you use whitening toothpastes, they will often cause damage to the enamel too which will then expose your teeth to more damage. Even fluoride – found in the majority of toothpastes – can actually cause discoloration and other issues. Choose something gentle and natural and brush gently too – you don’t need to push against your teeth to clean them thoroughly! Follow Advice Then again, being conscientious is definitely a plus in other regards. In particular, you need to make sure you are brushing your teeth regularly and more
November 4th, 2016
Will We Ever Live Forever?
Many people interested in staving off the effects of aging will mainly be so for vanity reasons. They don’t actually want to be immortal but rather they’re just interested in looking younger for longer and perhaps having a few less aches and pains. But there are those with greater ambitions. There are those who want to slow their aging so that they can live forever and then enjoy all of the existential changes that would come from that. This is completely impossible of course. Right? Well, not if you listen to certain thinkers. In fact, most scientists believe that the first person to live forever has already been born. The argument goes that someone born today who lives for 120 years will get to benefit from all of today’s modern medicine and lifestyle/health knowledge. In 30 years time, we might have even better medical technology and be able to cure a lot of life-ending diseases. 20 years later and we might be able to extend the average life span with gene doping (perhaps by rejuvenating the telomeres). 30 years later and we may be able to perform a brain transplant… 250 years later and we might be able to upload our consciousness to the computer. It sounds far-fetched but so too would the internet, were you to explain it to someone alive 100 years ago! The Top Methods for Extending Lifespan Greatly To demonstrate just how possible this is, let’s take a look at some of the best options we have for extending lifespans in the near future… Gene Doping Insertional gene doping is already being used by doctors and essentially allows you to permanently alter your DNA through a single injection. Among other things, this could someday enable us to strengthen cell walls – extending our lifespans by approximately
November 2nd, 2016
How to Prevent Your Body From Deteriorating As You Age (And Why it Does)
  What does an old person look like? Hunched over? Slow? Doddering? Shaky? And how likely are you to see an older person in their 70s+ go running or performing gymnastics? Not very? Our assumptions about the elderly are generally fuelled by stereotypes and perhaps the people we know in our own lives. But just because a lot of people lose their ability to move well as they age, that doesn’t mean you have to. Just take a look at Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. These guys are approaching their 70s and they’re still more muscular than most of us every will be in our whole lives! There are old Grandmas in their 80s who can perform top-level gymnastics and at any marathon you will see a lot of elderly contenders. The reality is that your body does not have a ‘best before’ date on it. Actually, your body should be more than capable of lasting your entire life. The problem is the way we use it. How Your Body Deteriorates Think about what most of us do between the hours of 9-5, 5 days a week. We sit in an office, hunched over and working. No doubt most of us will pick up some kind of injury and this then teaches us that we need to slow down and stop being active (which is encouraged by most people we know). We spend our retirement also sitting down and during all this time, our bodies start to lose their flexibility, their muscle tone and their dynamism. This is when imbalances arrive and it’s when we start to experience chronic pain. Sometimes this is exacerbated by illness or inflammation but very often it is simply the result of a lack of use, improper movement and muscular imbalances. How to Fix It

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