I think we all want to live a long time, but we want our brains to keep functioning at a high level, right? The old saying “you want to be all there when you get there” couldn’t be closer to the truth for all of us. Moderate cognitive decline is common as we age, forgetting some people's names, a name of a movie, or the name of an old boyfriend, but what you start to see … [Read more...] about How to Keep Your Brain Healthy as You Age
Who doesn’t want to live a longer, healthier life? There is a difference between “lifespan” and “health span” though, and you want both. No one wants to live a long time without the ability to take care of themselves and enjoy the things that they love. What We Know We know aging is inevitable, but some things can slow down the common signs of aging that begin to show … [Read more...] about How to Switch on Longevity
When this antioxidant is low, it has been shown to put you at a higher risk for SARS-CoV-2-induced oxidative damage of the lung and, as a result, leads to serious manifestations, such as acute respiratory distress syndrome, multi-organ failure, and death in COVID-19 patients. It also has been shown to prevent age-related diseases such as Alzheimers, cardiovascular disease, … [Read more...] about The Mother of All Antioxidants
I know that is a scary question to ask. I’m sure you want to say, “absolutely”, but how do you really know? You can have millions of cancer cells in the body but it’s not enough to show up on a CT scan or an MRI. Where you told “we see no evidence of disease” and told we will “wait and watch?” I’m sure there was a feeling of relief but also a concern of “what if it comes … [Read more...] about Are You Sure Your Cancer Free?
We keep hearing that those that are "immunocompromised" are at a higher risk for COVID-19, but what does that mean? Do you think of a person who has been going through chemotherapy? Do you think of a person in an assisted care facility with advanced age? What comes to mind for you? … [Read more...] about Now Is The Time To Double Down On This
My Mom died of Alzheimer's and my Dad died of Parkinson's disease. It was a long and sad journey to watch their bodies and minds deteriorate. My Mom ended up in an Alzheimers facility then eventually in a skilled nursing facility in her last days on this earth. She had not recognized any of us for over a year by the time she passed on. It truly is a sad, sad disease. … [Read more...] about The Only Answer to Alzheimers
It was 2006 and I was 55 years old when I started having “aging” symptoms, poor sleep patterns, afternoon “I want to take a nap at 4pm” energy slump, low sex drive, brain fog, unable to cope with a full schedule, aging spots on skin and a general feeling that something had shifted in my metabolism. So I set out to find out why…… Are you older than you were yesterday? You … [Read more...] about How this one thing changed my aging path……