The healthy aging market is a multi-billion dollar industry. The recent advancements in genetic science show us that a customized healthy aging solution is not a guessing game of trial and error.
We're going back to basics today discussing the benefits of certain foods, supplements and exercise
The latest genetic research shows us the way we age is highly affected by that person’s unique genetic profile.
If the food and supps you're consuming don't align with your genetics, you may be accelerating your aging process.
Fish oil and its ability to reduce plaque, exercise & its anti-aging benefits & low glycemic foods all slow the aging process.
If you’re not adopting these benefits you may and wonder why your mother or father is looking back at you in the mirror at such as young age, you may want to impede that process right away.
Visit: www.geneticdirection.com and learn more about GxRenew to gain insight about the food, exercise routine and supplements that best align with your genetic make-up to help slow the aging process
Some times we put too much pressure on ourselves to succeed and when we don't receive what we want when we want, we often lose motivation.
In this episode we discuss the downfalls of expecting too much too soon from exercise, whether with a personal trainer or on your own.
The Lancet published a study that said the best way to counter the serious health risks of sitting throughout the day was to exercise at least one hour per day. This does not take into account eating habits.
Coach mo, Dr Webster and myself, doing our best to info the world one person at a a time
We discuss how a seemingly healthy person, Bob Harper, 51, as star trainer turned host on The Biggest Loser suffered from a heart attack while working out in a New York City gym.
Harper says genetics are to blame.
Some questions Dr. Tim Church answers in this episode:
Why does a 51 year old trainer have a heart attack?
Did his diet and exercise habits help him?
Factors to consider and not focus on one: Anxiety, chronic inflammation, hormones, genetics
The most important risk factor will surprise you
Not all signs are obvious
Can too much exercise cause heart attack?
In this episode we discuss investigative reporter Scott Carney's What Doesn't Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Environmental Conditioning WilL Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength