If You Want to Create Cellular Longevity, You Should:
- Take control of your health into your own hands and empower your mind and your body
- Get tested to know where your hormones are and what you can do to help them
- Avoid the top aging hazards by making lifestyle and dietary changes
Do you ever think about getting older? How about how you want to feel later in life? By optimizing your cellular longevity, you can change how you age and preserve your health into your 60’s, 70’s, and beyond. With the right tools and information, you can sharpen your brain and say goodbye to the symptoms of old age for as long as possible.
Radical Longevity with Ann Louise Gittleman
Ann Louise Gittleman is a pioneer in the health and healing arena. Having authored more than 35 books, including multiple NYT Bestsellers, she is back with a new book, Radial Longevity: The Powerful Plan to Sharpen Your Brain, Strengthen Your Body, and Reverse the Symptoms of Aging. Ann Louise is highly respected as an international leader in diet, nutrition, the environment, and a proven health trendsetter.
Getting to the Bottom of Your Symptoms
There are hidden harmful chemicals in so many of the products we interact with daily. This can impact everything from your mental clarity to your cellular longevity and mood. That is why it is so important to equip yourself with the knowledge needed to ditch those toxins and create constant and straightforward habits that will keep your brain and body sharp. Everything from the pans you cook into the type of tea you drink can have a massive impact on the way your body functions from here on out, so why not make choices that serve you optimally?
Harnessing Your Epigenetics for Long-Term Health
Getting older is 20% of your genetics and 80% of your epigenetics. This means that you hold the power to decide what your future self looks and feels like. It is all about balance, knowing your hormones, genetics, and daily routines that will set the stage for you to thrive later in life.
By repairing your cellular metabolism and giving your body and mind what they need to succeed, you can get ahead of, or reverse, the symptoms of age and continue to live your life on your own terms.
Are you ready to create radical longevity and reverse the symptoms of aging? Share which knowledge bomb shocked you the most on today’s episode with me in the comments below!
“When you get to be this age, you see so many people passing away, and you realize that aging is a privilege. It is a privilege that is denied to far too many. So I take it upon myself, and I want to share with everyone else that you have to be a steward of your health, body, mind, and spirit. It is up to you; your health is in your own hands.” (6:47)
“We want to save people’s lives, we don’t want them to live longer in a period of debilitation and loss of independence. We want them to live with gusto, grace, and a lot of guts.” (15:16)
“Aging is 20% genetics and 80% epigenetics. So it is what you are taking, what you are supplementing with, what you are thinking, what your spiritual beliefs are, what your dietary habits are, what your exercise habits are. All of that can overcome genetics.” (18:52)
“It’s about balance, knowing your hormones, and a little bit about your genetics. But it’s basically about what you are doing on a daily basis.” (21:04)
“You need to actually measure, and test. Don’t just take things haphazardly.” (29:43)
In This Episode:
- The biggest and most important discoveries around improving your longevity (7:16)
- What you should be mindful of when it comes to brain aging hazards (15:22)
- How to utilize your epigenetics for preserving your immunity and overall health (18:30)
- Learn the number one thing you can do to increase your longevity and happiness (21:14)
- Advice for navigating the transition period between perimenopause and menopause (28:16)
Mentioned in This Episode
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