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Are you looking to feel good and energized when you wake up? Searching for the warrior within you, can you find it? Do you fear getting old because you secretly know how you might end up (like your parents)? Then it’s time you knew that whether you’re in your 30s or 40s, 50s or 70s, you can thrive in your prime years.

Scientists now know that 65% of your body’s performance and age depends on you! Only 35% of yield and aging are genetically predetermined. This means we can change the way we feel, look, act, and ultimately age. With this nugget of information, let’s take a look at where you can start…

The process step by step:

1.Get your head in the game regarding new possibilities.

Dramatic advances in science have created a tremendous opportunity for people who are willing to take action.

2. Learn about what’s going on inside your body before you go out and act superman/superwoman.

Once you’ve done this, you’ll understand why, after the age of 35, you feel like you’ve been run over by a bus! OH! Exercising is no longer fun, it’s painful.

3.Take the proper steps to bring your hormones, cell regeneration, energy, and strength to an optimal level.

Do this naturally, taking treatments can send your body into a catabolic (damage) spiral.

4. Develop good habits: sleep, eat, supplement and exercise (mind and body)

Regular exercise is vitally important, but not the arduous “no pain, no gain” workouts you tried when you were in your 20s. The name of the game is consistency, in everything, including your workouts.

Oh Energy, where are you?

One of the things that declines most consistently as we age is energy. As you know, energy is the currency of life. That means, no energy, no life… and who wants to live a life with hardly any energy? Energy isn’t something you simply lose as you age, it’s a direct result of catabolic metabolism: there are certain hormones and chemicals that decrease because of this.

Energy production study

Bruce Ames and colleagues at UC, Berkley found that energy production in mice and rats could be dramatically improved by feeding them alpha-lipoic acid and acetyl-l-carnitine. These two essential nutrients support the biochemical assembly line within cells that creates energy.

Importantly, Ames used very old rats (20-year-old rats, the equivalent of 75-year-old humans) and reported that their activity level, after supplementation, matched that of much younger animals. While we can’t assume the same will be true for humans, the research is compelling because all mammals produce energy in the same way. The addition of B vitamins (B-6, B-12, and riboflavin) is also recommended as important cofactors in energy production.

What does this mean for you? It means that with wise supplementation, your body can return to a more youthful state, reducing catabolic damage.

Wear out, I never thought it would happen to me

As your body works to repair damage from daily wear and tear, one of the most damaging forces to that process is oxidative stress. Therefore, antioxidants become an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Antioxidants are found in richly colored fruits and vegetables and should be supplemented with wholesome antioxidant ingredients including alpha-lipoic acid, N-acetylcysteine, and wolfberry.

taking care of your cells

The truth is that no matter how well we provide the right raw materials by eating well and supplementing ourselves, no matter how much energy we produce, the signal that declines the most as we age is DHEA, a hormone that influences and/or controls more than 50 functions of repair throughout the body and brain. In fact, DHEA peaks around the age of 20 and then starts to decline faster and faster as we age. After reaching our mid-30s, we begin to age biologically at a faster rate than we age chronologically. So having a 40 year old body with the energy of a 60 year old.

At 50, DHEA levels are half what they were when you were 20 years old. With over 1,500 published studies on DHEA in the last 5 years alone, we now know how DHEA supports regeneration of the brain, bones, immune system, and gastrointestinal touch.

We see how optimal levels of DHEA contribute to the maintenance of muscle mass, healthy blood sugar and a reduction in abdominal fat. And this information also includes safety data.

New data suggests the judicious use of DHEA as one of the most important steps you can take to help a younger person.

The idea is to take control of your body as much as possible to keep your repair system fine-tuned so you can enjoy youthful energy, enthusiasm, and creativity.

Get up off the couch! OH!

Did you think I was going to forget about this one? Of course you didn’t. You wouldn’t expect me to tell you to eat all this stuff while sitting on the couch eating chips and watching yourself rejuvenate, would you?

As we all know, exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle. Remember what I said earlier, the name of the game is Consistency. You are probably wondering what exercises I am going to suggest. Here are some things you might like:

Bicycling

rollerblading

Sex

Gardening

Playing with the kids

brisk walks

Yoga

Tai Chi

Dancing

Get it? Well… Remember, extending your preference is not a quick fix. It’s a commitment to a lifestyle of healthy choices, exercise, good sleep habits, giving your body the nutritional foundation it needs to continue sending healthy renewal and rebuilding signals to your body and brain.

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