Anti-aging and Life Extension

All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.

Recently, an older gentleman tried to convince me that when I reach his age (57), I’m going to have health problems like he has. He said that as you get older, your body just stops working well.

Of course, this is nonsense. Not everyone his age has health problems. Getting older and aging are two different things. You can control aging to a large degree.

But I think his reasoning is even more perverse than this.

I believe the opposite should occur. I believe that you should become more healthy and more developed as you get older.

Why? Because:

  • As you get older, you should gain more knowledge about health.
  • As you get older, you should become wiser and make better decisions.
  • As you get older you have more time to develop healthy habits.
  • As you get older, your life should be easier and less stressful. It should be easier to meet your basic needs and you should be more financially stable.

At 31, I am more healthy than I was at 21. My body may not have the same vitality, but I am overall in better condition.

What Does Anti-Aging Involve?

Anti-aging and life-extension involves remineralizing, renourishing, and detoxifying the body. It involves living in a way that most people do not live.

You can reverse your path. You don’t have to end up in a sad and disabled condition when you get older. Benjamin Button may be a stretch, but there’s still a lot you can do to slow and reverse the aging process.

No matter how young or old you are, start your anti-aging journey TODAY.

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Brian Brezinski is a nutrition consultant, health researcher, and advocate for medical freedom. He has a private nutrition practice that helps people resolve chronic fatigue, low energy, and other common health problems. Call Brian for a free introductory consultation today: 703 485 8245

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