What You Have to Control in Order to SLOW Aging and Boost Immunity

Ladies,

The survey questionnaire I use as a basis to understand the habits of my private clients in order to formulate a routine is focused on the following areas of quotidian life:

• Food sources
• Eating schedule
• Frequency of eating at restaurants, ordering in
• Cooking habits
• Alcohol, recreational, pharmaceutical, homeopathic drug habits
• Use of vitamins and supplements
• Cookware and food/drink storage types
• Use of microwave
• Use of plastic at home
• Water source and home filtration
• Home cleaning products
• Personal care, bath, cosmetic, beauty products
• Bedroom – electronic devicess, TV, darkness of room, type of mattress, cleanliness
• Electromagnetic Fields in/near your home/life – radiation exposure
• Detoxifying the body on a regular basis – colonics and cleanses
• Family health history
• Exercise routine and frequency
• Stress levels and management – massage, therapy, acupuncture, meditation, touch
• Spirituality and connectedness – giving back to the world
• Love – friends, pets, children

Are you aware why each of these areas is important to overall health which includes but is not exclusive to anti-aging?

If any of you have any questions or want to see articles on certain topics please feel free to email me directly! I want to know what YOU think and what you want more information on!

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Given my hereditary vanity and my playgirl lifestyle, I was compelled – out of sheer preservationary panic – to extensively research anti-aging methods.  This research led to a hardy consumption of resources relating to hormones.

Hormones are the chemical messengers that keep our body in balance.  They control pretty much every system in our body including our reproductive system, our metabolic processes, our immunity, our digestion, our ability to regenerate and the speed at which we age. Continue reading