Posted on Nov 10, 2023, 3 p.m.
What if the aging process didn't have to suck?
What if aging could be intervened upon, which in turn created longer, healthier, and happier lifespans?
Practical immortality is achievable, and anti-aging technology represents a shift in medicine with the goal to create longer healthspans that will keep you dancing like a longevity warrior into your 100's and beyond.
In today’s busy society, it can be hard to live a perfect life. However, maintaining healthy lifestyle choices has been shown time and time again to be essential for living a happy, healthy, and long life. While there may not be a shortcut to extending life and healthspan, yet, there are things that can be done now to help promote extension.
Tips for healthy longevity from Dr. Klatz:
- Vegan, vegetarian, whole food, plant-based diets - avoid processed foods, frozen premade meals, and dining at fast food restaurants
- Sauna and detox
- 20 minutes of exercise at least 4 times per week - stay physically active, sedentary lifestyles contribute to poor health and disease
- Antioxidant vitamins of high potency and quality twice daily
- 8 glasses of distilled water and trace minerals to stay hydrated - the body needs water to function properly
- Berberine/Metformin to control insulin levels - avoid added sugars including soda/pop
- 12-hour intermittent fasting
- Probiotics - to help promote a healthy GI Tract
- Yoga, Tai Chi, stretching, and massage to help control stress and stay limber
- Melatonin/Sleep- sleep is an important part of a healthy lifestyle
- Keep bedrooms free of dust and mold, keep them cool, dark and quiet. Use a clean towel in place of pillows that attract dust and dust mites
- Avoid stress and stay happy. Make efforts to find and keep friends. Develop lifelong, nurturing relationships, possibly including a pet companion
- Regenerative medicine with stem cells, exosome growth factors
- Read and learn, to keep exercising your brain.
- Get on the subscription mailing list of www.worldhealth.net and visit the site frequently to stay up to date with breakthroughs and what’s happening in anti-aging and regenerative medicine.
- Engage in our new and improved free interactive message board and forum at https://forum.worldhealth.net/ for open, honest, and uncensored discussion open to all people to share information and opinions in an honest, non-commercial, and non-biased arena.
- Find a physician partner who's a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M).
No, the aging process does not have to suck.
Modern anti-aging technologies will make it possible for you to dance your way like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers across the graves of the cynics at aging to 120 and beyond.
Don’t sit down, stay active, alert, and educated. Pay no mind to the naysayers, for they are disinformation peddlers, stand upright, keep moving, and stay active because they can’t bury you if you won't stop moving, that’s the key.
Anti-aging and regenerative medicine is all about having time to enjoy your life, to enjoy your friends and family, to live, love, and accomplish what you want to do on this planet before you check out; and that's what anti-aging medicine has to offer.
May God bless you all.
Dr. Ronald Klatz, MD., DO.
President and founder of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Ron Klatz M.D., D.O. is a medical scientist, innovator, and leading authority in the new clinical science of anti-aging medicine, he has authored 47 books with 2 million+ copies in print. Business Week recognized him as the Guru of “anti-aging medicine” as he actually coined the term. Dr. Klatz is also a Senior Editor of Worldhealth.net (WHN) and he passionately believes that everyone healthy today can achieve a 120 healthy lifespan by adopting the A4M Anti-Aging lifestyle.
As with anything you read on the internet, this article should not be construed as medical advice; please talk to your doctor or primary care provider before changing your wellness routine. This article is not intended to provide a medical diagnosis, recommendation, treatment, or endorsement.
Note: Added photo and shortened bio on 11/30/2023