With aging programs, it is possible to have a young body, spiritually and physically. Healthy living programs give people the energy they need, the ability to concentrate, the perfect sexual performance and the serenity of the soul.
Mostly elderly people struggle with conditions like cancer, heart disease, dementia and others. Much of the current medical research is not about living longer, but rather living healthier for longer, and delaying infirmity.
Healthy life programs promising to give you more energy, more powerful memory, better concentration ability, stronger immune system, stronger bones and muscles, less wrinkles and tense skin, excellent sexual performance, balanced and serene mental health.
Anti Aging Tips
- Eat regularly plenty of vegetables and fruits.
- Give priority to foods with high fiber content: cabbage, carrots, spinach, zucchini, radishes, beets, apples, apricots, plums …
- Try to drink green tea regularly.
- Try to get minimum amount of animal protein. Give weight to herbal protein: beans, lentils, peas, chickpeas…
- Reduce your oil consumption. Never use fried oils again and again.
- Avoid smoked foods, artificial dairy products, barbecues and fries.
- Do not use nutrients with added additives (artificial sweetener, artificial color-odor-luster, blend, antibiotic additive). Turn to natural and ecological products.
- If you want to use a support against cancer: selenium, vitamin E, vitamin C, beta carotene, Gamma Linoleic Acid, Omega-3 mixtures are available.
- If you use aspirin for protective purposes, take care not to use painkillers containing Ibuprofen as it may reduce the blood thinning effect of aspirin.
Smoke cigarettes if you want to look older. Long-term smokers experience an earlier and more common wrinkle, the hair becomes more white, the more common hair loss, the more tooth decay and loss occur.
Age regression treatments are also expensive. Even if Foxo4-DRI treatment was cleared for use in humans, it costs approximately a few thousand euros for 10mg.
This scarcity of supply also raises the macabre possibility of a black market where young people are forced or coerced into providing their blood, as well as the dangers of unlicensed dealers selling fake plasma, or that which is unfit for infusion.