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Carol Alt: Tips for Younger Looking Hands

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: A new procedure is giving hope to aging hands.
Air Date: 11/11/15
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Carol Alt
Carol-AltCarol Alt is the ultimate pioneer and chameleon; constantly on the lookout for new ideas and new frontiers. Since her days as the world's most renowned Supermodel, Carol Alt has gone on to be multi-award winning actress, bestselling author on Raw Food Nutrition and hosting her own show, A Healthy You, on Fox News. Having twice graced the cover of the coveted Sports Illustrated Magazine's Swimsuit Edition and in February 2014 Alt was featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: 50 Years of Beautiful, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit franchise. Alt's other activities include hosting various TV and radio morning shows and newscasts, including Good Day Live, GMA, Access Hollywood, and E! Entertainment. Forever touted as "the model that started the Supermodel trend" by John Casablanca, the owner of Elite Models – made Carol the first ever "Super Elite Model in the Supeer Elite Division." The press therefore dubbed her the first "Supermodel."
  • Book Title: A Healthy You: Boost Your Energy, Live Cleaner, and Look and Feel Younger Every Day
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/modelcarolalt
  • Guest Twitter Account: @ModelCarolAlt
Carol Alt: Tips for Younger Looking Hands
It's always been said, especially in women, that your hands show your age. 

Now, a new procedure is giving hope to aging hands.

Carol Alt joins Naturally Savvy hosts Andrea Donsky and Lisa Davis to share more about this procedure, which is very similar to the procedure to eliminate and minimize varicose veins.

Essentially, a saline solution is injected into the veins and they close up. Because these are superficial veins, the process is very safe.

Carol also discusses how your diet can contribute to healthy skin, including eating more raw oils, as well as the importance of collagen.

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