Aging Faster but Living Longer – Why?

It’s no secret our health isn’t what it used to be. Obesity, heart and degenerative disease are at an all time historical high…. yet we continue to live longer than our counterparts in previous centuries. Why?

Think about it, oxygen levels in the atmosphere were double what they are today just 200 years ago. The runaway chemical and synthetics industry was not yet born. People’s immune systems didn’t contend with herbicides, pesticides, genetically modified organisms, super flu viruses, and pollutants of astronomical porportions. They didn’t have microwave ovens that accelerate water molecules to billions of rotations per second (the faster the blades go the more cutting power they have) making fast food toxic to health. Nuclear irradiation of food was undreamed of (can you imagine the panic it would have caused). And the deliberate derangement of molecules by clever GMO scientists was unfathomable.

We’re aging faster but living longer. And the only reason longevity is still relatively high, at least to this point, is because we live better. Most of us don’t have to work ourselves to death to make a living, most of us aren’t constantly threatened by a waring tribe, we don’t get extremely cold living or working without central heating, we aren’t sleeping in the dirt or living in hovels without running water… we are enjoying the fruit of labour of those who have.

Longevity is not the product of anything particularily smart about what we’re doing (it’s certainly not due to our addiction to anti-biotics and drugs with endless side effects). No, contemporary longevity is the product of privilege. It may seem like we’re getting something for nothing, but when our inheritance runs out, so will our lack of self responsibility need to. And  I should think we’ll need some precise scientific solutions that fit with the re-established laws of nature, won’t we?

Body’Fit Life Ensures Workout Health Fit

Feeling just a bit frustrated that your body doesn’t adapt to exercise as easily as it used to? Believe me you’re not alone. The group driving the trillion dollar health boom is aging, and as a baby boomer myself, I know I’m not willing to settle.

So our body can’t take the pounding it used to without complaint, that doesn’t mean that we can’t be just as agile and dynamic as we once were. On the contrary, every cell in our body is still capable of renewing itself as it did when we were younger. It simply requires a more sophistocated method of rejeuvenation than it did when our cellular inheritance was not yet depleted, and our body could detox quickly and easily without extra help.

The kind of  help that gets extra oxygen and nutrients into all the deep tissue of the body during exercise, not just into working muscle. As baby boomers we have tons of life fitness experience, and we have our favourite activities whether it’s indoors or out, hiking, trekking, walking, running, biking, or working the weight room at the gym with our personal trainer.

That’s where Body’Fit Life comes in; I’ve found the 7-14 minute whole body routine first thing after waking up makes sure it’s all good in terms of a health fit. Once every organ, gland, nerve and bone is saturated with all the raw materials it needs to cleanse and rebuild… results from your favorite workout activity, take a quantum jump. Getting the maximum, doing the minimum is a strategy that fits…

Acid vs Alkaline – Balance

Balance Body pH and Restore Your Health – Acid vs Alkaline, is an interesting website http://www.antiagingresearch.com/ph_balance_rx.shtml that it understands the crucial importance of pH balance in the body.

To increase the benefits of consuming alkaline foods that support the proper chemical balance in the body, it’s necessary to increase circulation to the deep organs. Otherwise the value of the pH balance is lost, especially during anaerobic exercise when muscles pull most of the blood out of the body. While increasing human growth hormone levels (HGH), anaerobic metabolism (which occurs within a couple of minutes during most exercise) unfortunately also reduces the circulation to many of the organs to below resting levels. Is your exercise program fulfilling the ultimate purpose of exercise?

Body’Fit Life is a very good website for finding more details on pH fitness. It also presents a solution… perform their pH fitness exercise program once daily in 7 to 14 minutes to restore alkaline balance fast in 5 to 15 minutes. Not only will it raise HGH levels but it will also balance the entire endocrine system by triggering all hormones in a sequence that increases circulation to the deep organs. Rather than speeding up aging by decreasing circulation to most of the organs and glands during exercise, it’s specifically designed to restore youthful agility and vitality for physiological rejuvenation of all muscles and organs. It’s beneficial for athletes and non-athletes alike, and becomes really obvious in later years.

Guys… (Un) Kiss-able Injected Lips

Kissing puffy inflated lip skin would take a strong stomach, I would imagine. You’d really have to love a person to accept them for what they (or their deformed lips in this case) “ain’t”. Especially when the emotion conveyed physically via sensation is altered by the lifeless silicone gel. That can’t be too appetizing. Not to mention the emotional manipulation of the unnatural shape of the lips.

Any manipulation can only fool you temporarily at best before the downward resolution surfaces. I can’t see a guy who really loves a girl wanting to impose that limitation to their relationship. Especially when adrenaline caused by any kind of stress will constrict blood vessels around the mouth speeding up signs of aging. Enough stress already!

The upward resolution solution? It’s tricky one, because the advertising media is incredibly adept at making women believe that there’s no doubt bigger is better and more attractive and flattering than who they are naturally – more responsive, more sensitive to every nuance of your kiss. The challenge is on… How can you tactfully tell her your real feelings?