Anti-Aging has become a popular term and is used here only for familiarity. There really is no such thing as anti-aging! A more practical term is Healthy Aging. This is less about treatments and therapies and much more about lifestyle.
While we may be unable to stop or slow down father time, we can however reduce or eliminate the signs and symptoms that are frequently associated with the aging process.
Too many people assume that many diseases or conditions are inevitable and just a normal part of getting older. This is no more true than thinking it is normal for a teenager to get diabetes or an elementary school child to become grossly overweight.
The fact is that your body will respond accordingly depending upon how well you take care of it. If you do not exercise, your muscles will become smaller and weak and your bones will be more vulnerable to fracture. If you eat junk food, your body will be lacking in essential nutrients which will weaken your immune system.
You need not become a victim to arthritis, cardiovascular disease, cancer, fatigue, diabetes, pain or weakness, insomnia, fibromyalgia or other health conditions.
Our clinical experience and volumes of research support the fact that aging does not have to be associated with degeneration, disease or disability. Even casual modifications in diet, exercise, and lifestyle can significantly improve healthy function at any age.
Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health have found that the anti-aging/longevity lifestyle can add 24.6 more years of productive lifespan. That’s amazing! The research team found that the longest living Americans are Asian-American Women residing in Bergen County, New Jersey. They live longer than any other ethnic group in the United States to an average of 91.1 years. The distinguishing characteristic of the Bergen County women is that they avail themselves of advanced preventive care, including preventive screenings, early disease detection, aggressive intervention and optimal nutrition, all of which are cornerstones of the anti-aging/longevity medical model.
In contrast, the Americans with the shortest lifespans are Native-American populations in South Dakota. Despite receiving free or low cost government provided medical care they live an average of 66.5 years.
Applying our exclusive treatment strategy IDNS™, Identify, Detoxify, Nutrify, Standby, we can assist you to live the most healthful and productive life possible regardless of how many birthdays you have had. We can show you how to be proactive and prevent disease, instead of merely being reactive and treating an ailment once it occurs.
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