Anti-Aging with Natural Medicine

Anti-Aging with Natural Medicine

Posted 29 Oct '14

Are you forgetting names, your keys, flexibility and movement are getting difficult? Picking out on grey hair recently? – Are these signs of aging?

Yes, its natural and it isn’t a disease.  Once we reach our 30’s we find for the highs and lows of fountain of youth. Over the phase of aging the chances of diagnosing degenerative conditions increases. Chronic diseases come along with aging, also leading to reduction in physical and mental strength. Aging can be slowed down by adopting a healthy aging lifestyle – so live a long, healthy and happy life! 

Adopt a Healthy Aging Lifestyle

The good health fountain will remain healthy when optimal nutrition that is required for the body is taken. Protein rich foods, fresh vegetables, nuts, seed and healthy oils are nutrient dense and should be included in the diet. Apart from a healthy diet, active exercise is also essential to keep you healthy and have a happy life. Your diet and activities depend on how healthy and vital your lifestyle will be in the years to come.

Looking After the Genes in Your Jeans?

Take care of your DNA! It is very important that our cells function correctly for a long term health. DNA can be damaged because of chronic diseases – cancer is one of them. Patients with Alzheimer’s disease have found to have greater level of damage in the DNA cells.  As we age, it is essential we support out DNA health to live a healthy lifestyle.

Natural Insurance

Have to thought of insuring yourself naturally?
Support healthy aging by intake of optimal nutrition and herbs which also protects our DNA. Some key herbs and nutrients include:

Resveratrol and Turmeric: It helps protecting cardiovascular system and supporting metabolic health. It prevents chronic diseases and helps conquer inflammation and oxidative stress – therefore keeping your lifestyle healthy during the aging process.

Epigallocafechin gallate (EGCG) : It protects against degenerative conditions and is an active ingredient in green tea

Grape Seed: It helps protect DNA from damage, used as an anti-inflammatory and has anticarcinogenic and cardio protective qualities. Grape seeds are being used since ancient times in Greece.

Fish Oil: High quality, highly concentrated fish oil formulas are an easy and affordable way to achieve the dose of EPA and DHA daily and help reduce inflammation. A daily dose of 2.7 g of combined EPA/DHA significantly reduced joint pain and morning stiffness in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, who were able to reduce intake of pharmaceutical pain medication. It also supports cardiovascular health and keeps the nervous system healthy.

Probiotics: It helps our digestive system and other inside systems functioning well, since it consist of Lactobacillus acidophilus (NCFM), Bifidobacterium Iactis (Bi-07) and Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG’).

Lifestyle Factors

Exercising physically and mentally is as important as relaxation and having fun with family and friends.

Keep your brain engaged with puzzles such as Sudoku, jigsaw puzzles, crosswords, read your favourite novels or the daily newspaper. Learning a new language or a skill would be a challenge to your brain.

Staying on the Wellness Wagon

Stay on the wellness wagon  – not only in time of sickness, but also to help to age gracefully inside-out.
I can help you diagnose the symptoms of your chronic diseases at the earlier stage and help to overcome with natural remedies and treatments.

Happier Healthier Aging

Looking forward to keep up with your grandchildren? What really motivates you to live long and have a happy life? Aging can be beautiful and can start at any age.

Talk to me about regaining those golden years and keep your path clear for a happy and healthy life!


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