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The 4 Primary Reasons We Age and What To Do About It, Part 1

primary reasons we age

It is not settled science, but there may be just four primary reasons we age that instigate several reactions, which in total explain the aging process. Here I summarize the primary reasons our body and mind degrades over time and what can be done about it.

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How Superagers Age Superbly and Why You Can Too!

You can age like the superagers

Superagers have the longevity genes to help them age superbly, but genes are just 20% of the battle. The other 80% is your fight and one worth doing. Watch the superager’s videos and learn how epigenetics can help you increase your healthspan.

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Predict Your Biological Age With 5 Deep Biomarkers

A new study on deep biomarkers found five that can predict your biological age with 81.5% certainty. See what they are and what to do to make them slow down your aging rate and decrease your biological age.

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How Long Will You Live? Take The Test

Statistics can be damn liars, or so we hope to believe when they cut against what we want. (After all, aren’t we all above average?) And you may feel this way after you take this longevity test, not to mention the body fat percent calculator. The good news is that as long as you’re alive (and let’s presume you are), you can make some changes that will increase your chances of living a long and strong life. Read on, and take the short test.

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The Four Pillars of A Long and Strong Life

What if you could experience your 90th year with your 50-year old body? If it’s possible, it will take an overhaul of what you think, and what you do. You must clear six hurdles and construct four pillars upon which your life must be anchored.

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How To Feed 100 Trillion Guests

Probiotics for the right gut bacteria

There’s more to you than you think. Like 100 trillion more. Your gut bacteria have an enormous influence on your health. Feed it right with synbiotics.

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