The key to sustainable health is to live long and live well
“North Americans appear to be living longer. In 1900, the average life expectancy was 45 years but now is estimated to be 71 years for men and 78 years for women. However, if we look closely at these statistics, we find that this increase in life expectancy is due almost entirely to decreased infant morality. With infant mortality removed from the equation, life expectancy has only improved about 3.7 years in the last 100 years. The real question should be, “Are we living well longer?” – Dr. Michael Murray ND.
Take the steps today to prevent illness in the future
The most constructive step to increasing life expectancy and aging well involves reducing causes of premature death. The human body is one of the most remarkable creations in the world. The body has the capacity to heal and maintain health. Modern scientific evidence now shows that what was once considered the normal aging process is actually a compilation of a variety of degenerative diseases. In this age of increased pollution, stressful lifestyles, processed foods and toxicity, it is vitally important to give our bodies the tools it needs to function optimally. We now know that by giving our bodies natural, pure nutrients we have a tremendous ability to heal ourselves and reverse the signs of aging.
The process of healthy aging involves many organ systems in the body and it is best to get assessed to see which system needs to be addressed first and which type of protocol and supplements are best for you. > Getting Started
The Healthy Aging Program focuses on:
- Remove obstacles that affect hormone levels and increase oxidative damage to tissues
- Reestablish a proper medium inside the body to promote organ functioning and absorption
- Replace the nutritional factors that can help to enhance cell health and contribute to healthy aging by maximizing one’s genetic potential
It is important to treat the environment inside the body that creates dysfunction to exist in the first place rather than the dysfunction itself.
The Program is Ideal for:
- Patients who want to be proactive in their health even though they do not exhibit overt heath problems
- Patients who have family histories of cancer, cardiovascular disease or other degenerative conditions such as arthritis and Alzheimer’s disease
- Patients who want to preserve their mental acuity throughout life
- Patients who want to make subtle changes to their physical appearance without the use of cosmetic surgery or injection therapies