The science of aging has shown that incorporating these four pillars—exercise, nutrition, skin care and sleep—into your life can change your physiology, allowing you to significantly slow down age-related decline and function. Experience amazing changes to your body, mind, and spirit, and learn what it feels like to be 20 years younger!
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Humans experience only one disease. All diseases are the result of malfunctioning cells, no matter if the disease is a common cold, a mental illness such as depression or a life-threatening cancer. This theory of malfunctioning cells cuts through the confusion of health and disease and provides a unifying understanding of
Eat right. Move more. Sleep better. Yes, when you do these three things in combination, you will see how the overall benefit is greater than the sum of the parts.Eating right is not enough. Exercise alone is insufficient. Sleeping well, in isolation, is not adequate. When you focus your energy on
Wellbeing isn’t just about being happy, wealthy or successful. And it’s not limited to physical health and wellness. Wellbeing is all the things that are important to how we think about and experience our lives. It is about a combination of our love for what we do each day, the quality of
The way we live today is fighting our optimal cognitive performance, and putting us at risk for some nasty afflictions. Our diets supply cheap and plentiful calories with poor nutrient content and toxic additives. Our careers shoehorn us into doing something over and over again, while our brains thrive on change
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There are four main fronts on which you can vigorously fight back against the effects of aging: exercise, nutrition, skin care, and restorative sleep.
If you translated the telomere length into years, the obese women's cells were nine years older than the lean women's.
Excess body fat is thought to cause oxidative stress and is known to promote inflammation of the kind that's been linked to age-related diseases.
Besides its deleterious effect on life span, smoking promotes aging in just about every way imaginable.
Smoking creates free radicals and that it's associated with the development of many age-related diseases, including some that you might not even think would be related: osteoporosis, diabetes and the eye disease macular degeneration.
Persistent stress can cause depression and anxiety; it can kill brain cells and damage the hippocampus, the area in charge of memory and learning.
You can tell when someone is fit because he or she is able not only to get through the day comfortably and safely, but also to participate in many activities at a higher level and without injury.
When you start any cardiovascular exercise program, it’s important to check with your doctor, especially if you have any serious medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, heart problems, lung disease, diabetes, or an orthopedic problem.
Cycling is fun, and as long as you challenge yourself, it will give you a good cardiovascular workout.