Many people wonder how it is possible to look at two individuals with the same birth date but who look vastly different in age. A combination of factors causes this. Our biological age refers to the state of our internal organs, heart health, immune system, and genetics overall, which can make us look anywhere from 30 to 60 years apart. Science has proven there is a direct link between our internal health with our external appearance. The other influence on how rapidly we age has to do with environmental factors and the choices we make in our daily lives.
It would be an understatement to say that these are unprecedented times. The last time the world experienced a pandemic such as the Spanish Flu, the number affected was approximately 500 million people over two years. To date, COVID has infected over 77 million people in half that time. Among those at the highest risk include people with chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and severe obesity. In addition, the elderly are at risk because of weakened immune systems and underlying health issues that come with the aging process.
The one thing that people wish for is the ability to turn back the clock, especially when it comes to the aging process. The beauty and cosmetology industries are well aware of this, and they are constantly promoting the next great idea to guarantee a revolutionary new formula with a new secret ingredient that has shown results practically overnight.
Incorporating a healthy diet and workout routine into daily life is important no matter your age. However, as we get older, these often overlooked aspects of our lives grow in importance. Making small changes over time can make the transition from unhealthy to healthy...
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