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Foundational Anti-Aging Concepts by Dr. John H. Maher

 

Your chances of staying healthy and living a long time can be improved if you:

1. Stay physically, mentally, and socially active.

2. Eat a nutrient dense diet of small frequent meals, including 5 to 9 helpings of fruits and vegetables a day. Don't over eat, even "good" food!

3. Get regular health check-ups and screening tests for heart disease and common cancers (skin, colon, lung, prostate, breast, cervical). Don't delay seeing your doctor for new symptoms, especially over 40!

4. Avoid overexposure to the sun and cold, don't smoke (it's never too late to quit), drink in moderation and don't drink and drive!

5. Practice safety habits at home to prevent falls and fractures. Always wear your seatbelt in a car.

6. Keep or develop a spiritual belief system that enables you to renegotiate life at every turn, adjusting to and accepting the inevitable losses and changes that come with longevity.

7. Cultivate (or keep) a love of and appreciation for life and others, and a positive, yet realistic, attitude. Don't sweat the small stuff. Do the things that make you happy. NOW!

8. Keep personal and financial records in order to simplify budgeting and investing. Plan long-term housing and money needs.

9. Supplement your diet, adding an iron free multi-vitamin/mineral and anti-oxidant supplementation. Keep abreast of the advances in natural medicine and anti-aging.

10. If you desire feeling, performing and looking young as long as possible, maintain the "hormones of youth" (HGH, DHEA, sex hormones, melatonin) at optimal levels through natural hormonal enhancements.

 

John H. Maher, DC,CN, ABAAHP, Vice President of Programs and Education.  Dr. Maher maintained an active complementary medicine practice for 20 years. He has taught nutrition nationally for Metagenics, Inc., and is a regular author on longevity issues and nutrition for one of the world's largest healthcare news journals.  Dr. Maher is board certified as a longevity specialist through the A4M and a post-graduate faculty member of the Academy of AntiAging in New York. He is also the editor of the "Longevity News" and author of "RxforWellness.com. - Your FREE Longevity Program On-line!"


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