2010 | Newsletter archives
The Dreaded Aging Process
One of the major issues facing adults is the dreaded aging process. But is it really as bad as we think it is?
The average life span has been increasing by about 30 months every ten years with women now living, on average, to 80 and men to 75. And medical, modern science is helping you live those years better than ever!
It starts with preventative anti-aging measures that can begin at any stage in your life. Measures that can enhance the body's organ functions, strengthen your immune system, and prolong the degenerative process that accompanies age. I call it the Wellness Program and it encompasses diet, exercise, weight management, nutritional focus and most importantly the monitoring of all micronutrients to support proper body function.
Much aging, both internally and externally, can be traced to hormones. Too much or not enough can lead to facial hair in women, weight gain in men and sexual dysfunction in both men and women. Hormone imbalances can also lead to premature aging like loss of elasticity in the skin, thinning hair and even bone deterioration.
Over time, these imbalances can lead to a decline in health, looks and even in your youthful appearance. Depending on genetics, life style, diet, behavior habits and the environment, you can fight the effects of age gracefully. Adding vitamins, minerals and other supplements can help keep your body strong, youthful and even beautiful in appearance. Get some help with hormonal imbalances.
Growing older is inevitable. Looking older isn't. Try adding exercise and supplements to your daily routine. Using good skin care helps, too.