Published on January 24, 2009
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What is Aging? Symptoms of Aging Decrease in: Increase in: Energy Tired Vigor Fatigue Wrinkles Quality of Sleep Sexual Dysfunction Brown spots on the skin Memory Urinary Problems Loss of skin elasticity Vision Menopause Hair loss/thinning Hearing Changes in hair color Bowel Function Abdominal obesity Inability to lose weight Libido Skin tags Acne Signs of Aging
Dis e a s e s of Ag ing Amer icans ar en’t ver y heal t hy • 6 4 % of U.S . a dul t s a r e over w eight or obes e. • 3 3 % of Amer ic a ns ha ve a r t hr it is . • 1 in 3 w oma n a nd 1 in 2 men w il l ha ve c a nc er in his or h er l if et ime. • Hea r t dis ea s e kil l s mor e w omen t ha n br ea s t c a nc er . • 5 4 % inc r ea s e in t he number of new c a s es of dia gnos ed dia bet es s inc e 2 0 0 4 . • 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 hea r t a t t a c k vic t ims in Amer ic a die ea c h y ea r . • 2 3 % of Amer ic a ns ha ve high bl ood pr es s ur e. Parkinson’s Disease, Osteoporosis, Cataracts, Glaucoma, Hearing Loss, Back Pain, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, High Cholesterol, High Triglycerides, Auto Immune Diseases (Lupus, Scleroderma, MS…)
Wh y We Are S o Unh e a lth y: • P o o r fo o d c h o ic e s • E a tin g to o m u c h “ B A D ” fo o d s • N o t e a tin g e n o u g h “ G O O D ” fo o d s • N o t d r in k in g e n o u g h w a te r • L a c k o f e x e r c is e • S tr e s s fu l life s tyle s Approach to medicine: • E n v ir o n m e n ta l “TREATMENT” instead fa c to r s of “PREVENTION”
How YOU a g e de pe nds on th e food you e a t … The Perricone Promise, Nicolas Perricone, MD Im p r o v e D ie t R e duc e S tr e s s L e s s IS R E A L L Y Mo re .
R a inbow F oods = A He a lth ie r You B e s t d e fe n s e a g a in s t e a r ly a g in g is a d ie t r ic h in fo o d s w ith a n ti- in fla m m a to r y p h yto n u tr ie n ts ; p r im a r ily a w id e v a r ie ty o f c o lo r fu l fr u its a n d v e g e ta b le s ( th e U S G o ve rnme nt r e c o m m e n d s 7 to 1 1 d a ily s e r v in g s ) a s w e ll a s n u ts , b e a n s a n d o th e r le g u m e s .
Fiber, Fruits & Vegetables The recommended amount of fiber is 40 to 60 grams per day. Fiber impacts colon cancer, heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, biventricular disease, and constipation. The best source for fiber is from plants: vegetables, fruits with skins, whole grains, dried beans, raw nuts and seeds. Avoid refined carbohydrates like white flour, and sugar; it stresses the body and causes inflammation. • Fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamins, minerals, and other phytonutrients. • Fruits and vegetables are anti-inflammatory. • Fruits and vegetables reduce DNA damage. • Fruits and vegetables help enhance immune function. • Fruits and vegetables improve circulation. • Fruits and vegetables raise levels of antioxidants Fruits and vegetables = anti-aging
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J uic e P lus + R e s e a rc h University of Texas Health Science quot;It isn't just what Center University of Arizona you eat that can Georgetown University KILL YOU, & it MD Anderson Vanderbilt University isn't just your DNA Brigham Young University King's College, London that can SAVE University of Mississippi University of Vienna YOU-- UCLA it's how they University of Maryland University of Sydney interact.quot; Wake Forest University Baylor College of Medicine Newsweek, January 2005 Vanderbilt University and Hypertension Institute University of Mississippi
Essential Fats Not just good for you, but ESSENTIAL, your body can not make these. Cell membranes are made from essential fats and protect the heart, brain and blood vessels. Essential fats are responsible for healthy cell membranes, which not only act as barriers to harmful things but also as the passage for nutrients to cross in and out and for waste product to get out of the cell. Essential fats are anti-inflammatory. The best-known essential fats are Omega 3 and Omega 6, which must be in balance for good health and good skin. While most people get plenty of Omega 6, which is found in raw nuts and grains, Omega 3 is often lacking. You can find Omega 3 in cold- water fish - salmon, sardines, mackerel, scallops, halibut, and snapper. You can also find Omega 3 in flax seeds, flax oil, walnuts, soy beans, tofu, squash, and sea weed. You can also take a fish oil capsule supplement high in Omega 3, but be careful and make sure the product does not contain mercury.
Water Recommended amount of water is 6 - 8 glasses per day (pure, non-chlorinated-filtered) If you exercise, use alcohol or caffeine, you need more. Signs of Dehydration Excessive thirst Little or no urination Fatigue Muscle weakness Headache Dizziness Dry mouth Lightheadedness Dehydration = Premature Aging Fatigue / energy loss Constipation Digestive disorders High and low blood pressure Stomach ulcers Respiratory troubles Acid/alkaline imbalance Excess weight and obesity Eczema Cholesterol Urinary infections Rheumatism Migraine headaches
Attitude Breathe easy and relax Relentlessly turning things over in your mind, unable to switch off, is a classic characteristic of stress. You need to make time for mental retreat. A traditional way to calm the mind is through the ancient practice of meditation. Simple techniques such as awareness of your breathing, acts as a gateway into the inner space, where the mind becomes quiet. When the mind is at rest your innate and instinctive powers of self-healing come into play, and the stress response is reversed. Ten Minute Stress Relief by Erica Brealey
A Simple Breathing Meditation The first stage of meditation is to stop distractions and make our mind clearer and more lucid. Choose a quiet place and sit in a comfortable position. Sit in any position, even on a chair, if you wish. The most important thing is to keep your back straight to prevent your mind from becoming sluggish or sleepy. Sit with your eyes partially closed and turn your attention to your breathing. Gently and slowly breathe in to a count of four, through your nose. Fill your lungs as full as possible and let your stomach expand out. Hold the breath in for a second or two. Then let your stomach relax as you slowly breathe out through your mouth to a count of six, exhaling until your lungs feel empty. Try to concentrate on the sound and feel of your breath to the exclusion of everything else. If you discover that your mind is wondering, immediately return it to the breath. Repeat this as often as necessary until the mind settles on the breath. If you patiently practice, gradually your distracting thoughts will subside and you will experience a sense of inner peace and relaxation. Your mind will feel lucid and spacious and you will feel refreshed. So much of the stress and tension you normally experience comes from your mind, and many of the problems you experience, including ill health, are caused or aggravated by this stress. Just by doing breathing meditation for ten or fifteen minutes each day, you will be able to reduce this stress. You will experience a calm, spacious feeling in your mind, and many of your usual problems will fall away. Difficult situations will become easier to deal with, you will naturally feel warm and well disposed towards other people, and your relationships with others will gradually improve.
Exercise Recommended amount of exercise is 30 minutes 4-5 days a week Exercise improves circulation to the heart, reduces the risk of some kinds of cancer (breast), osteoporosis, falling, type 2 diabetes, obesity, depression, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, improves muscle tone, strength and posture, lower back pain, blood pressure, cholesterol, bone density, decreases weight gain, anxiety, Alzheimer’s, macular degeneration and muscle deterioration.
A Wrinkle in Time Ar e you feel ing ol d? Reduc e y our r is k of : • Age r el a t ed dis ea s es • Ac c el er a t ed a ging Control Infla mma tion
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