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Individuals who eat healthily throughout adulthood improve their likelihood of enjoying better physical fitness later in life, reports a recent study in The Journals of Gerontology: Series A.


Ageing is not something that just happens or that we have no control over. It is a natural process and part of the human condition. However, accelerated ageing is essentially a man-made disease. Mistakenly accepted as normal in our society today, we do not have to succumb to it. Instead, we need to understand that it is the inevitable result of our unnatural lifestyles and an insufficient intake of micronutrients.

Scientific studies clearly show that the major diseases, dysfunctions and disabilities of ageing CAN be prevented and controlled. Our bodies are self-repairing systems that are designed to keep us fully functional for as long as we take care of them. If we supply ourselves with a good balanced range of micronutrients, take plenty of exercise and cut down on toxin exposures, our bodies can and will make the necessary repairs to keep us healthy. Through doing so, rather than succumbing to accelerated ageing, we can all then live longer, healthier lives.

To learn more about the habits that promote successful anti-ageing, read this article by Mirja Holtrop.

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