Health's Thief in Older Age
All kinds of things contribute to pain, suffering, and an early death-smoking, drinking, drugs, doctors, disease, poor diet, and more. But the primary culprit-the stealthy thief of happiness and health, the pilferer of your thoughts and memory, the insidious taker that sends you to a nursing home, the robber of your right to a healthy life and dignified death-is a slow, steady loss of strength.
Strength is the state of being strong in body and mind. It is vigor, potency, and power. It is also courage, moral strength, resistance, and overall, the power to live. In fact, strength is the opposite of those thieves of health and life. Therefore, getting and staying strong is the natural alternative to all things that cause disease and an early death. And according to Fred Hahn, author of The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution, steady los of strength equals the decline of health of older age. It can also bring about years in a nursing home and an early death.
On the bright and wonderful side, getting and staying strong in older age equals: resistance to degenerative diseases, avoiding nursing homes, and living longer, happier, brighter lives. So the lesson is to get and stay strong. And we are not talking about becoming Charles Atlas. We are talking about activity, strong walking, even lifting weights-the things that will make you vibrant.
We are also talking about staying strong on the inside. Strong muscles and bones are not good enough if your organs are weak. So keep strong on the inside by eating properly and using whole food suppplements. That is the key to feeling 10 to 20 years younger than your age. And certainly we can help you here.
This information is not meant to diagnose, treat or replace traditional treatment, and has not been approved by the FDA or HPB.