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Healthy Aging

Healthy Aging vs Anti-Aging

I don’t believe in anti-aging. Aging is a natural part of life for us to embrace with the same grace we had as kids. I believe in healthy aging, and my practice is about two things: preventing the early onset of age-related conditions and reversing the signs of aging and the health concerns that cause them so that you can feel younger for longer.

Most of my patients see dramatic benefits from detoxing their life. They look and, more importantly, feel younger when they remove toxins from their lives. This program is free for all my patients so we can get to the deeper levels of your health sooner.

How to: Healthy Aging

The first step to reaching both these goals is a hormone test. As we age, life triggers the production of stress hormones. An overabundance of stress directly affects the production of your sex hormones, which maintain the integrity of all every tissue surface in your body.

If we find that hormones are the cause of your troubles, we’ll explore hormone balance as an action plan. Hormones are chemical messengers that stimulate action in distant organs and tissues when introduced to the bloodstream. Hormones control and coordinate activities throughout the body, from basic needs like hunger to complex systems like reproduction, emotions, and mood.

If we find that your specific age-related symptoms are not the result of a hormone imbalance or a polluted system, then the next question is genetics.

Everyone has different genes, so everyone absorbs nutrients in different ways. Genetic tests provide us with the insight we need to identify the cause of your age-related symptoms so you can look and feel younger.

I could go on, but healthy aging is a very personal endeavour and besides diet and exercise, there’s not a lot I can say here that would help everyone. Your best bet is to click the button below and fill out our form.

We’ll review your profile and let you know if we think you’d benefit from treatment. At that time, you can choose to book either your initial appointment if you feel ready or a free, 15-minute introductory consult so you can decide if we’re a good fit for you.