50to120 - Living Your Best, Healthy Senior Life

Act Now, Be Awesome at 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100+

March 02, 2021 Season 1 Episode 13
50to120 - Living Your Best, Healthy Senior Life
Act Now, Be Awesome at 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100+
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50to120 - Living Your Best, Healthy Senior Life
Act Now, Be Awesome at 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 and 100+
Mar 02, 2021 Season 1 Episode 13

Over fifty-percent (50%) of those born in 2000 are expected to live past 100. The latest estimate is 103.

While many researchers use to believe that living longer only brought seniors more years of disability, it's now widely accepted that regular healthy behaviors like eating a nutritious diet, exercise based on each of our situations, healthy sleep, minimizing stress, and more.

The term "Anti Aging" is thrown around so frivolously in today's advertising. This is where Age Management is the proper term. Slowing the aging process takes many different steps. There is not one magical step. However, seniors can become healthier through anti-aging planning.
 
While many researchers used to believe that living longer only brought us more years of disability, it's now widely accepted that regular healthy behaviors like eating a nutritious diet and drinking only in moderation can help us all grow old more slowly, avoid age-related diseases, disability, and improve our longevity in general. The challenge is knowing where to start.

Show Notes

Over fifty-percent (50%) of those born in 2000 are expected to live past 100. The latest estimate is 103.

While many researchers use to believe that living longer only brought seniors more years of disability, it's now widely accepted that regular healthy behaviors like eating a nutritious diet, exercise based on each of our situations, healthy sleep, minimizing stress, and more.

The term "Anti Aging" is thrown around so frivolously in today's advertising. This is where Age Management is the proper term. Slowing the aging process takes many different steps. There is not one magical step. However, seniors can become healthier through anti-aging planning.
 
While many researchers used to believe that living longer only brought us more years of disability, it's now widely accepted that regular healthy behaviors like eating a nutritious diet and drinking only in moderation can help us all grow old more slowly, avoid age-related diseases, disability, and improve our longevity in general. The challenge is knowing where to start.