Botox Over Artichoke Extract Anti-Aging Fighters - Ann Arbor Plastic Surgery


Botox Over Artichoke Extract Anti-Aging Fighters

Recently multiple media outlets have portrayed many anti-aging fighters that are found right in our grocery stores. One of the anti-aging fighters that claim to be one of the best vegetables for skin is the artichoke. Most people prefer the heart of the artichoke over anything else, but the leaves are known to provide a number of health benefits. We may think that if we pack in our diet with artichokes that our wrinkles, fine lines and crow’s feet will be eliminated, but they will more than likely need years to show minimal effects. With Botox, these symptoms are addressed with no down time and results are apparent in much less time than the artichoke.

Introducing more fruits and vegetables is definitely required to raise a healthy body, but with increasingly developed wrinkles a diet change cannot address the source of the site automatically.

Artichokes are a great source for many key antioxidants and phytonutrients that are associated with heart health, cholesterol digestion and mental health. Traditionally, artichokes are considered for cleansing diets as it promotes elimination of excess fluid which counteracts cellulite, but for an aging face it could take much longer to reverse aging damage. In fact, artichokes provide much more health benefits from the inside of our body than they can for our facial features.

The vegetable has the capacity to repair the body’s organs and reduce cholesterol. Lowering LDL cholesterol, the body’s bad cholesterol, the biggest assist of all, since millions of Americans struggle with obesity and blood pressure. As much as 18 milliliters a day of artichoke extract can help unclog the body’s liver and rids the body of toxins. According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, artichoke hearts have the highest antioxidant density compared to blueberries, dark chocolate and grapes. Thus from an anti-aging perspective, healthy weight, cholesterol and digestion are the biggest beneficiaries of artichokes.


The most frequently performed noninvasive procedure in 2012 was Botox, proven to be the best solution for wrinkled skin. The injectable smoothes away fine lines and wrinkles by freezing the muscles underneath the skin to refrain from wrinkle-causing expressions. When elasticity leaves the skin, wrinkles become more apparent in an aging person. Wrinkles stick around after


Dysport is not only used to prevent and treat facial lines and wrinkles on the forehead, between the eyebrows and around the eyes, but also in several other conditions such as excessive axillary sweating, hyperactivity of the superficial muscle in the neck (called platysma), excessive blinking, migraines, joint pain of the jaw, muscular contractures and others.