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No one wants to feel old before their time with declining health, muscle loss, increased body fat, decreased energy, low sex drive and foggy thinking. Age may be inevitable but aging is not! Aging is the slow deterioration of cellular vitality, primarily controlled by our lifestyle choices and genetics. This degenerative process accounts for 90% of all adult illness. However, aging does not occur uniformly in individuals and the symptoms of aging can appear early in life to steal its joy and wonder. Aging problems usually become apparent to us in our 50s and 60s. But early aging can appear even in our 30s and 40s. The first signs are the all too common symptoms of fatigue, stiffness, chronic muscle and joint pain, loss of muscle mass, poor digestion, recurrent infections, insomnia, mood and memory problems. These conditions are all related to a loss of cell vitality. What are the primary causes of this loss of vitality and early aging? On the top is our Standard American Diet or SAD which is the overconsumption of calories and the under consumption of nutrients, it is a driving force of premature aging. Add to that the exposure to 4 million synthetic compounds and over 89,000 industrial chemicals we have put into our environment. Presently, five of the most toxic chemicals known are found in everyone and are linked to hormone disruption, oxidative stress, and chronic inflammation. Our SAD diets and chemical exposure rob us of our vitality by disrupting the energy producing power plants of our cells the mitochondria, thus accelerating the aging process. Mitochondria are little bio-engines that take calories from your food and burn them for energy. When they are working well you have all the energy you need throughout the day. Energy to digest, move muscles, think clearly, and generally experience a vibrant mood. When they are not working efficiently, it leads to and you feel the symptoms of premature aging and ill health. Early aging with hormonal imbalance can also inhibit the physical, sexual and cognitive function in both men and women. This process begins to accelerate after the age of 50. In males the notable symptoms are increased abdominal fat and decreased muscle mass, the hallmarks of male hormone balance or Andropause. For women the most bothersome problems can be the vasomotor symptoms of hot flushes and night sweats of perimenopause, also caused by hormonal imbalance. Hormonal imbalance in both sexes will cause multiple symptoms associated with premature aging including loss of libido, depression, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, a decrease of facial hair in men and an increase in women. If this all sounds a little too familiar and discouraging fear not, there is something you can do to avoid growing old before your time! Recent advancements in science have found specific biomarkers in the blood and urine that can let us know specifically what is causing premature aging and health problems. With this knowledge a specific program of diet, nutrition, metabolic support and exercise can be developed specifically for you. Making positive dietary, nutritional and lifestyle changes can allow you to lead a healthy, vital and happy life. PS: There are no drugs existing today that can do this for you. Tired of suffering and feeling weak and confused? Take action! Start eating better. Consume more fruits vegetables, seeds, nuts, and 100% whole grains. Get off the couch! Start moving around more! Dust off that old exercise bike or just walk. If you really want to get serious, find a doctor who is knowledgeable in the Biomarkers of aging, and can utilize them to optomize a health and aging program specific for you. You can improve you health, happiness and your life. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not simple but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s real and most importantly, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s for you and those you love. Feel free to call our office at 763-862-7100 to learn more. If you found this article helpful share it with a friend or loved one and attend an upcoming seminar. For details please see our ad below.

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● On April 17, 1790, American statesman, printer, scientist and writer Benjamin Franklin dies in Philadelphia at age 84. Deeply interested in science and technology, his inventions include the Franklin stove, bifocal eyeglasses and the lightning rod. ● On April 11, 1814, Napoleon Bonaparte, emperor of France, abdicates the throne and, in the Treaty of Fontainebleau, is banished to the Mediterranean island of Elba. He died at age 52 on May 5, 1821, possibly from stomach cancer, although some theories contend he was poisoned.

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In the wee hours of • The press dubbed it “The Wedding day in April. New York Mets’ Shea chose the name because it was his the Century” when actress Grace the morning on April 15, two and a Stadium was inaugurated in April of philosophy to treat others the way he Kelly married Prince Rainier III of half hours after striking an iceberg in 1964. It was an especially memorable would like to be treated. In his free Monaco in April of 1956. Thirtythe North Atlantic, the Titanic sank, occasion when the world’s first domed time, Penney worked as a lumberjack six seamstresses worked on the taking 1,517 people to their deaths. sports stadium opened in April of felling trees. Ten years later, his chain 26-year-old Kelly’s wedding dress 1965. Houston’s Astrodome was built • You’ve probably never heard of of stores had grown to 34 stores, for six weeks in preparation for the at a cost of $37 million and included a Harriet Quimby, but she’s quite and he incorporated them all as the nuptials. She had met the prince the sophisticated air conditioning system famous in her own right. Quimby J.C. Penney Company. By 1924, he previous April while doing a photo to deal with Texas’ July and August was the first woman to earn a pilot’s was generating an income upwards shoot in connection with the Cannes average temperatures of 97 degrees. license in the United States and less of $1.5 million a year. Today, the Film Festival. After eight months Opening night entertainment at the than a year later, became the first company operates over 1,100 stores of correspondence, Rainier traveled Astrodome included performances by woman to fly across the English with 150,000 employees and sales to America, met the Kelly family, Judy Garland and The Supremes. The Channel. In April of 1912, she took approaching $18 billion annually. and three days later, he proposed. Astros were up against the New York off from Dover, England, and landed And that little store in Kemmerer? Her family was required to provide Yankees in an exhibition game, and on a French beach 59 minutes later. Still there, operating on a daily basis. a dowry of $2 million to him before Mickey Mantle hit the first home run Unfortunately, her amazing feat marriage plans were to proceed. Six didn’t get much coverage in the hundred guests attended the newspapers, as the tragic sinking wedding, and the royal couple of the Titanic had taken place the departed that evening for a day before. seven-week Mediterranean • April has been a big honeymoon cruise aboard the month for space adventures. prince’s yacht. In April of 1961, Soviet Yuri We are a dermatology research center Gagarin became the first human • Lots of folks don’t have to stop to ask for directions to travel into space aboard evaluating an investigational medication for thanks to the efforts of Rand Vostok I, edging out American the treatment of Actinic Keratosis. McNally. 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