Joint Health / Mobility
It’s no secret that as we age – our bodies change. And while wrinkles, grey hairs and laugh lines are quick to get our attention, one change that should not be overlooked is the aging effect on our bones and joints. Once limber, flexible and quick to recover — we will soon find that even nominal activity can leave us with aches and pains that are sure to remind us that we are not as young as we’d like to think.
Get to the heart of healthy aging by protecting your cardiovascular system. A leading factor in age-related complications, disease and death, a healthy heart is integral to your quality of life. Don't let aging slow you down. Protect your cardiovascular system, lower your cholesterol and maintain healthy blood sugar levels with a superior blend. Your heart, and your loved ones, will thank you for it.
A high fiber diet can be an effective anti-aging tool, improving your digestion, relieving the strain on your liver and gall bladder, and reducing your risk of large bowel problems, gallstones, diabetes, arteriosclerosis, colitis and varicose veins. It can also be a powerful weapon in weight loss and can help improve your cardiovascular health. With the growing obesity epidemic and the alarming rates of heart disease, there's even more reason to include fiber in your diet -- but too few of us do. In fact, the American Heart Association (AHA) reports that most of us consume only half of the fiber our bodies need daily. The AHA recommends a daily consumption of 25-30 grams of fiber while the American Dietetic Association recommends 20-35 grams. Are you getting yours?
More than 75% of Americans do not eat the daily recommended amount of fruits and vegetables (five servings or more). – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Liquid supplements are up to 98% absorbed versus just 10-20% of multivitamins in solid form.
Less than 1 in 10 adults consume the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of vitamins and minerals through servings of fruits and vegetables.
· 95% of our body’s functions require minerals and trace elements. Without these nutrients our bodies are prone to illness and disease.
· The human body requires at least 60 minerals for optimal health, but only 8 minerals are available (in any kind of quantity) in most of the food we eat today.
· Polyphenols are “supercharged anti-oxidants” that help protect your cells, organs and tissues.
· Some of the most delicious, nutrient-fortified fruits are grown in remote regions of the world like the Amazon Rainforest and the Himalayan mountains.
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Wrinkles, age spots and laugh lines aren't the only complications of free radical damage and age-related complications. Free radicals also impair your body's immune system – at increasing rates as you age – leaving you vulnerable to infection, slow to recover from illness and susceptible to much worse. Protect yourself today.