All Natural Anti Aging
Taking the all natural approach to anti aging is proving to be extremely successful for many people but now that we are all living longer the medical profession is bracing itself to face a new dilemma.
Research has shown that now we are more health conscious and actively seeking healthy alternatives many of us are set to live to a ripe old age.
In some respects, this is a good thing but living longer brings its own set of problems with more and more people suffering with age related diseases such as dementia, Alzheimer’s and diabetes.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s are both cruel debilitating diseases. I’ve watched both my grandmother and now my mother decline in this way. The heartbreaking thing is, people with these diseases can go on living for many years which is distressing for their family members and puts added strain on the health care system.
This means that medical professionals are facing a new wave of patients needing specialist care who are in their 40s, 50s and
So how do we protect ourselves from these devastating age related illnesses naturally and make sure we
live a long and active life?
Well, we now know that Alzheimer’s is caused by inflammation of the brain, which in turn causes toxic clumps of beta amyloid
plaques to build up in the brain slowly causing the disease to get progressively worse.
The initial inflammation that causes the onset of Alzheimer’s disease is caused by eating a highly inflammatory diet which consists mainly of processed foods, processed dairy products, cooked foods and junk foods.
If these foods make up a large part of your diet then you need to make a diet change or you may find yourself facing all sorts of inflammatory diseases as you grow older including Alzheimer’s.
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, has this to say:-
|Remember this: Before the age of processed foods (from the 1950's on), Alzheimer's was an extremely rare condition. It was so rare that doctors traveled long distances just to study the brains of people who died with the condition. A century ago, Alzheimer's disease was an oddity; today it's the norm. And our processed food diets are largely to blame.
Nowadays, being 40, 50 or 60 is completely different to what it was then. 50 years ago people looked old when, by today’s standards they were relatively quite young. When I was young, I
remember, anyone over the age of 40 was considered old. But these days 40 is not old at all, in fact, if you are healthy there is probably very little difference in your physical abilities to that of a 30 year old.
People today are staying active for much longer and many women find they are aging well and keeping their figures well into their 50’s and 60’s. In fact, active 60 year olds find it easy to socialize with 20 and 30 year olds because they have shared interests and activities.
This all means that many of us reaching our 50’s and 60’s are seeing the benefits of maintaining our health for as long as possible.
Unfortunately, it may not be enough to prevent the approaching healthcare crisis as a significant segment of the population moves into, and out of, middle age, according to Judy Weightman’s article published on chiroeco.com.
According to Judy Weightman
now, more than ever before, there is an urgent need to understand the importance of a wellness lifestyle for people in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s to help prevent the problems that can come with age.
Frank J. King Jr., DC, ND, founder and president of King Bio says: “We need good, safe, low-cost natural solutions to help with the healthcare crisis that’s coming,” King says. “Natural remedies can awaken the body’s healing abilities. That’s the future; drugs are coming to the end of their era.”
“There’s a simple approach that’s been tested over time,” King says. “There are five things that you need to age well.”
Some level of spiritual enlightenment, whatever path you might be on.
Mental and emotional development: People need to continue to grow, to learn, to accelerate their personal growth. “Anger — whether expressed verbally, physically, toward yourself as anxiety — is what causes stress,” says King. “If people deal with their anger, and make their lives fulfilling and joyful, it adds life to their years and years to their lives.”
Keeping active through walking, running, and weightlifting. “Make sure that you’re not just getting exercise, but doing things that are fun, like skiing or dancing,” King says.
Hydration: Drink plenty of clean, pure water. “We’ve seen that most centenarians drink a lot of water,” says King. “If you’re dehydrated, it affects your body, your bones, it creates all kinds of problems.”
Nutrition: Whole foods, fermented foods, and natural remedies are key. King recommends using concentrated supplements rather than isolates: “People who take vitamins are the most difficult to help.”
Staying active is known to be a crucial part of natural anti aging and experts agree that hobbies and activities that have both physical and mental components are extremely effective in helping people to live longer, healthier and more active lives. From sports and games to knitting or playing the piano we should all take up activities that help to keep our body’s and minds active.
It’s never too late to change your lifestyle so that it promotes healthy aging, the secret is to keep it simple and accept that you are going to be following it for a very long time.
The good news is simple lifestyle and diet changes have shown to provide an effective program for most people looking for an all natural anti aging solution.
parents' generation looked at aging differently to how we see it now. Looking after yourself and protecting your health will keep your mind and body young for many years to come. Luckily for us the solution is to keep it simple.
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