Our old model of health is obsolete, it no longer serves us well. There are powerful ways to increase your health span that Big Pharma is never going to tell you about because they can't make money off of them.
For example: Do you know that a Harvard study, found that 70-80 year old participants were able to biologically REVERSE AGING in just one week and some of those biological markers reduced by as much as 25 years! How did they do it? They changed their consciousness. For a week they simply lived in a way that told their cells they were 20 years younger. As our cells are eavesdropping on our thoughts - they responded by producing youthful biology.
You can learn how to create the biology that will help you enjoy great health, and stay young even as you get chronologically older. Just because you have birthdays rolling by, doesn't mean you have to age the way our culture might have fooled you into thinking you have to.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” - R. Buckminster Fuller
....that moment by moment we are determining the biology of our cells, the functioning of our immune systems, how our heart beats and even which of our genes are switched on. Those who live forever may not have known consciously how to program their genes for longevity, but with my system, you'll learn how.
“It is not primarily our physical selves that limit us but rather our mindset about physical limits. Now I accept none of the medical wisdom regarding the courses diseases must take as necessarily true.”
-Prof Ellen Langer in 'Counterclockwise'
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