Nalini Akal performs Falmenco. PHOTOS COURTESY RICHARD LYDER

IF only the myth that somewhere out there is a magical elixir or fountain that guarantees eternal youth and beauty was actually true! Aging fascinates and at the same time scares most of us.

No matter how hard scientists and beauticians may try, it is impossible to stop the aging process. With each passing year, we age. But we could slow the process. The secret to doing so isn’t found in a bottle or syringe, in fact it’s within our reach.

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