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Disease Defense Plan and Anti Aging

Did you know that there is a direct connection between health in our internal systems and the outward youthfulness that results? There is! We are being bombarded with media news, new books, videos, and gadgets that promise results. All these things are making it harder to decipher this over-whelming information. “Knowledge is power” and with knowledge you have the power to make decisions and create change in your own life and help others do the same.

It is well-known that to lower health risks, to slow the aging process, and bring about greater health and well-being, we must encourage every person (adult and child) to engage in healthy lifestyle practices on a daily basis. All bodies require the right type, volume and ration of physical movement to rest and recover, the right nutrients to fuel and refuel the body, and even the right kind of positive thinking and sense of self identity to defend our minds and bodies against aging, illness and disease.

Your Disease Defense and Anti Aging Plan

  • 7 Days a week: practice deep breathing for 2-3 minutes at a time along with gentle stretching or range of motion exercises to enhance the efforts of deep breathing.

  • 6 Days a week: move enough to achieve 10,000 steps per day.

  • 5 Days a week: participate in moderate intensity physical activity for an accumulation of 30 minutes or more.

  • 4 Days a week: add extra “10 minute bouts” of physical activity.

  • 3 Days a week: participate in fat burning interval cardio conditioning to help manage metabolism and body weight.

  • 2 Days a week: incorporate vigorous workouts that include resistance training exercise For the major muscle groups and weight-bearing in nature to promote healthy joint and bone strength density.

  • 1 Day a week: do some form of cross training activity that is fun and helps keeps your calorie burn and motivation high, and your risk for injury low. Choose a physical or leisure activity that you enjoy.


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