First major threat: cardiovascular diseases
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Three major health threats

Aging: the most critical risk factor

Aging is now regarded as the most critical risk factor for all of the deadly diseases of the 21st century. Because of our extended life expectancy, millions of people will face one or more of the following major threats in their lifetime:

  • cardiovascular disease
  • dementia 
  • uncontrolled cell growth

A look at just some of the effects inflammatory and oxidative processes can have on aging takes your breath away: heart problems, atherosclerosis, stroke, Alzheimer's, depression, cancer, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, erectile dysfunction, orgasmic dysfunction, wrinkles and withered skin, cellulite – and the list goes on and on.

Millions of people experience accelerated aging decades too early; in fact, our modern lifestyle practically forces the aging process.

For all of the reasons outlined so far, the single most important prerequisite of successful age management is slowing down those processes that make up the 'dark side' of our metabolism – inflammatory and oxidative stress.

The same functions of our body’s metabolism that cause us to age biologically can also impair the quality of younger people’s lives;  you don't need to be old to experience a compromised immune system, bad eyesight, depression, insomnia, lack of drive, reduced sexual capacity, weakened muscles, hyperglycemia, overweight, joint pain, or cognitive deficits. Millions of people experience accelerated aging decades too early; in fact, our modern lifestyle practically forces the aging process.

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