Healthy Aging

Healthy aging means being able to live a comfortable, happy and fulfilling life whilst doing all of the things you love – regardless of how old your are!

 

Choosing preventive healthcare instead of waiting until something goes wrong is an invaluable investment in your health.

 

You may not be able to prevent everything that comes your way in regards to your health, but there is plenty you can do to maximise your health potential to ensure you are taking the best care of yourself and reduce your risk factors for chronic diseases as you age.
There is, of course, a wide individual variation in the aging process. Genetics and constitutional factors will make some people more predisposed to problems such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, cancers, diabetes and heart disease. But these disease states are NOT an inevitable part of aging that should simply be accepted! With better care and by following some of the guidelines of this program, you can give yourself the healthiest head start on the rest of your life!

 

The goals of this program are twofold:

  1. To increase longevity by preventing and decreasing the potential for and progression of degenerative disease.
  2. To improve the vitality and health of the body through proper nutrient support.
Healthy Aging can begin at ANY age. However, our body’s need support in different ways at different stages. The Healthy Aging Program will be tailored to suit your individual needs based on your past history, current lifestyle and future dreams and ambitions.

 

Benefits of the Healthy Aging Program include:

  • Improved energy
  • Weight loss (where indicated)
  • Improved digestion
  • Healthy blood glucose regulation
  • Improved cardiovascular health
  • Healthy skin
  • Improved mood
  • Greater strength and mobility
Discover today how the Healthy Aging Program can allow you to stay active for as long as possible, reduce your risk of chronic disease, and increase your vitality.

 

Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength. – Betty Friedan