[sharify] Hormones naturally decline as you age, and hormone deficiencies are a great contributor to the symptoms that we commonly associate with aging, such as: hair loss, fatigue, lowered libido, bone loss, muscle loss, cognitive decline, thinning skin and reduced metabolism. Hormones can also decline from things such as: stress, toxic overload, menopause, infections, organ and gland disorders (thyroid disease, adrenal fatigue, liver toxicity etc.), eating disorders, and an unhealthy diet.
Too much estrogen exposure is leading to a modern day epidemic called estrogen dominance, that is harming the health of men and women alike. Unfortunately, most conventional practitioners don’t acknowledge or test for estrogen dominance, and since the symptoms are so diverse, many people suffer with it, without even realizing that’s what they have. Read-on to discover what causes estrogen dominance, some of the most common symptoms of it, why it’s so important that you treat it, and how to both prevent and reverse it naturally.
[sharify] During the Brinks Longevity Conference, we were able to catch up with Dr. Ron Klatz from “Simply Healthy T.V.” Dr. Klatz spoke about some very important breakthroughs regarding immortality, anti-aging, and longevity. We got into detail about what exactly is going on in the laboratories now, and what will be available in the not-so-distant future. Our main focus revolved around increasing life expectancy through genetic engineering and cellular biology stem cells.
[sharify] Whomever said they didn’t want to live a long, and happy life was only kidding themselves. Everybody has that goal to be the healthiest and happiest they can be. The truth is, you can achieve that goal all by yourself through healthy eating, exercise, and natural vitamins. It is crucial for living a healthy life that you stay away from all toxic foods and drinks, such as coffee, or any grilled/fried foods.
[sharify] Ever looked all over for your glasses or sunglasses only to realize they’re on your head? Or panicked while running late because you couldn’t remember where you put your keys? Brain fog, which can manifest as confusion, an inability to focus or concentrate, and/or poor recall — isn’t just a problem experienced by the elderly or chronic fatigue sufferers; a vast majority of the general population suffers with it at some point or another. And many people suffer with it daily, despite having no diagnosable health condition.