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                                              BRAIN & BODY HEALTH

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Our BRAIN HEALTH is more vital than any other function of our body. To loose contact with every day reality is a living death.

Whether you are calculating multivariate statistics, or simply trying to stay alert during a conversation or a long meeting - keeping your mind sharp, matters. Luckily, the steps to protecting your mind can be very easy and, it is combined with exercising your brain.

First lets examine some of the root causes of memory loss.

Heavy Metal Toxicity is the level of toxic metals that has been absorbed by the body in numerous ways (usually depending on the type of metal).  The four main toxic metals are aluminum, lead, cadmium, and mercury.  These metals can cause various complications to your everyday life.

Aluminum is the most common toxic metal.  It is found in almost everyone's body.  Whether it is under your arms with spray anti-perspirants, in your teeth with fillings or tooth past, or even on your baby's skin from the use of products you trusted or, even those you suspected, cigarette filters; aluminum is found more than any other metal.  Why?  Aluminum is an ingredient in everyday products such as these mentioned.  Even our water supply contains a hint of aluminum!  Physical symptoms of aluminum toxicity may be brittle bones or osteoporosis, as aluminum is stored in the bones.  Kidney malfunction may also result, as the kidneys filter aluminum.  It is sometimes found excreted in the hair of children diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, Autism and those with seizures.  Hyperactivity, memory disturbances, and learning disabilities may result from even mildly elevated levels of aluminum.  Science has been linking elevation of aluminum in the body with Alzheimer's disease for years. Also, there has been research that shows a link between aluminum hydroxide used in vaccines, and symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, A-my-o-trophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease), and Alzheimer’s.

Lead is usually absorbed by the body through contaminated water or by breathing polluted air.  Fumes from lead-based paints, automobile exhaust, polluted air from industrial plants, and cigarette smoke may all contain lead.  Even some cosmetics contain small amounts.  Physical symptoms of elevated lead in both children and adults can be abdominal pain, irritability, constipation, and lack of hunger.  In more exposed lead poisoning; a person may experience bone pain, gout, arthritis, anemia, memory loss, and numbness or tingling in the extremities.  Lead toxicity in children can delay growth, impair motor skill development, and affect neurotransmission by altering the output and utilization of the brain chemicals such as dopamine, serotonin, and GABA or (gam·ma-a·mi·no·bu·tyr·ic acid ) that control behavior and emotions. Toxicity of this metal can also cause attention deficit disorder, behavioral disorders, lowered I.Q., poor hand-eye coordination, and low vocabulary and reading skills.

The highest contributor to cadmium toxicity is cigarette smoke; it is found in cured tobacco.  This is toxic for both the smoker and the non-smoker.  First hand and second hand smoke are high sources of cadmium.  Symptoms of cadmium toxicity are sore joints, decreased appetite, slow growth, zinc deficiency, and kidney stones.  Cadmium can weaken the immune system and allow bacteria, viruses, yeast, and parasites to proliferate.

Mercury is a toxic heavy metal, often found in the tissues of those people with dental amalgams.  Other contributors of mercury are contaminated fish, such as tuna, latex wall paint, and polluted water.  Mercury toxicity may cause decreased attention span, irritability, and lack of calmness.  Learning disorders may result. Memory loss and fatigue are symptoms often reported by those with mercury toxicity. 

This metal can also cross the placenta of a pregnant woman and the fetus may emerge contaminated.  Common symptoms of mercury poisoning are arthritis and inflammation, cardiovascular disease, digestive problems, dementia, and allergies.  Psychosomatic, unknown, or mysterious conditions, often related to allergies may clear up after the mercury amalgams are removed from the mouth.   Though mainstream dentistry does not agree that the mercury amalgams are causing so many problems, there are some dentists who believe that the best thing to do is to remove the amalgams.

This must be done very precisely; by someone who knows and understands this process, because mercury can slip into the body when the amalgams are being removed.  Most dentists who do this procedure recommend nutritional programs containing verifiable antioxidant supplements, immune builders, liver detoxifiers, and bowel cleansers to enhance detoxification of this harmful metal.

The Mad Hatter character in Alice in Wonderland was likely modeled after the nineteenth-century hat makers who used mercury to stiffen hat material and frequently became psychotic from mercury toxicity.

Human exposure to heavy metals has risen dramatically in the last 50 years as a result of an exponential increase in the use of heavy metals in industrial processes and products. Once the heavy metals are liberated into the environment through the air, drinking water, food, or countless human-made chemicals and products, heavy metals are taken into the body via inhalation, ingestion, and skin absorption. The FDA would ban Mother’s breast milk from sale to the public if it were bottled due to the high levels of heavy metals contained, as a result of exposure and contamination. In the last 50 years the rate of Autism, Parkinson’s and all the neurological diseases have exponentially increased along with the heavy metal contamination.

Suppository EDTA chelation, from the Anti-Aging Clinic can be seen on our website; livelonger123.com, is the key to rescuing ourselves, from these neurological disorders. EDTA absorbed slowly throughout the night, delivered in our suppository form, binds to the heavy metals in the body and evacuates them through the waste system.  It is a six-month program that accomplishes this, in the privacy of your home. Since some of the good is removed with the bad, it is absolutely curtail that you begin our immune builder program before during and after the EDTA chelation.

Prevention is the better choice: Improving your immune system and ridding the body of heavy metals with our suppository chelation and with our natural immune building products like our "Aging Younger" "AGF" juice, and our high antioxidant formula supplements would be the wise choice.

Along with our EDTA suppository chelation therapy and our supplements to increase the immune system, "Exercise is just as healthy for your mind as it is for your body," explains Christine Blue, an osteopathic psychiatrist specializing in general and geriatric psychiatry from Lewisburg, West Virginia. "Regular physical exercise will not only help your cardiovascular health, but it will increase blood flow to the brain and help with your creativity and memory." Try these six things:

·        Stay curious and involved

·        Attend lectures and plays

·        Play games

·        Work crosswords or other puzzles

·        Continue your education

·        Try memory exercises

In addition, the calming benefits of exercising it will reduce stress, which can cause memory problems. Physical activity, something as simple as walking, can also prevent depression, which slows thinking.

Exercise will clear the mind and allow for creative thinking and a problem-solving state of mind. For example, studies have shown that after walking for 15 minutes, individuals will increase their memory and ability to multi-task by more than 15%. Relaxation techniques, such as yoga and meditation, are also beneficial for the brain.

There are several different memory techniques and exercises. One technique is called over-learning. This means that the individual would repeat and study something more than the topic might normally require. This technique might be employed when meeting new people. Oftentimes repeating the new name several times will help with remembering the person's name later.

Another memory technique that helps with remembering short lists of items is called the link or story method.

Using this method, you would simply make up a story that links together the different items you want to remember.

Dr. Blue explains that memory exercises can help fight age-related memory loss such as dementia.

"There has been a growing amount of research indicating mental exercises can help prevent memory loss associated with dementia."

Dementia is a neurological disorder that affects the ability to think, speak, reason, remember and move. The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer's disease, involves a loss of nerve cells in the areas of the brain that control memory and other mental functions, thought to be associated with heavy metal poisoning. The first sign of Alzheimer's disease is usually forgetfulness. As the disease progresses, it affects language, reasoning and understanding.

The precise cause of Alzheimer's disease is unknown, but risk increases with age and there are lots of studies pointing to heavy metal toxicity. Ten percent of the population over the age of 65 has Alzheimer's, and nearly half of the population over 85 has the disease.

"It is important to make decisions today that will help you later in life," explains Dr. Blue. "Keeping both your mind and body active is a great start." SEE Brain Health

In addition to exercise for the brain and body,
including our healthy vitamins and minerals in your diet as well as beginning our heavy metal suppository chelation therapy is a great way to start.

We utilize our radio program as a means to get you to call our Clinic so that we can help you feel better. Feel better by being healthier; to feel better by decreasing the size of your body; to feel better by reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

Stephanie and I have mentioned on each of our programs that you can’t have beauty without first achieving good health. On that line of thinking, when you eat, your blood sugar levels start to rise; your body immediately makes insulin. When we load our body with sugars all of a sudden, the cell stops responding to insulin. 

Blood sugar that stays too high for too long, is one of the worst things you can do to your entire body but especially to your brain and eyes.

Too much glucose in the bloodstream damages the tiny capillaries in your eyes, making them swell and burst, impairing your vision and often resulting in blindness.

Too much glucose causes growth of new and unnecessary blood vessels in your eyes. This condition is called diabetic retinopathy, and it’s one of the leading causes of blindness in America.

What’s more, people with blood sugar problems are nearly twice as likely to develop glaucoma and 50% more likely to develop cataracts.

You know Albert Einstein said: It is high time that we seriously rethink the way we harm our children’s minds by rewarding them with sugar.

Each time we eat a meal containing our food triggers, blood glucose levels increase. According to the insulin sensitivity theory, as we age blood glucose levels tend to increase and insulin becomes less and less effective at bringing the blood sugar down.

Sustained high levels of sugars in the blood ultimately cause proteins to stick together thereby damaging the function of the proteins. For example, excess blood sugar is more likely to react with proteins such as collagen in the skin, which can lead to brown splotches or “age spots” as well as loss of elasticity and premature wrinkling.

As you might well see by now, when Stephanie and I say, on our “Aging Younger” radio program, you can’t have beauty without good health we mean it. Our research of the human physiology as well as our search for the most helpful supplements and the most effective therapies, insure that we can help those people who want help.

It is not by accident that we got into this science; we are baby boomers ourselves and we wanted to remain as healthy and active as we can for as long as we can; we call it our good health span.

For decades in our country, food manufacturers routinely have removed the Omega-3’s from foods, which were processed out to give it a longer shelf life and to make it present well in stores.

Unfortunately, Omega-3’s are necessary for forming healthy cell walls. Healthy cell walls are formed with Omega-3’s, Omega-6’s, Omega-9’s, Cholesterol and A-rach-a-donic Acid. Omega-3’s are long chain fatty acids.

When there is not enough Omega-3’s present, the body must continue to manufacture cells; so it must make short chain “trans” fatty acids to take the place of the long chain Omega-3’s.

The brain begins this process by sending signals to the liver to make HDL and LDL cholesterol to form the short chain “trans” fatty acid and it needs one more item to complete the chain-- and that is “Sugar”; sugar is a major killer in our diet and raising your sugar is not necessarily accomplished with simple sugars. What makes my sugar rise, is not necessarily what will make yours rise; so you must have your food triggers identified through our biofeedback analysis report, to point them out. If you are out of our area and cannot get to our clinic, tell and we can locate a place that does this near you.

When the body utilizes these short chain trans fatty acids to make cell walls, the end result is un-healthy cells. Cells with damaged cell walls are easily attacked and penetrated by things like bacteria, virus, heavy metals and un-natural pathogens. This leads to a disease state such as Autism, Parkinson’s and Arthritis and the list goes on.

VITAMIN E is found in all cells, including the cells of the brain. Damage to nerve tissue may result from a Vitamin E deficiency in the cells. You can eat foods like almonds, green leafy vegetables and whole grain flour to benefit from the different forms of this vitamin.

VITAMIN B — Every type of Vitamin B helps in preserving brain function and sharpness. Early brain development, declining memory and inability to focus have been linked with low levels of folic acid and Vitamins B-12 and B-6.

VITAMIN C — Eating plenty of broccoli, legumes, oranges, potatoes and strawberries will give you a large dose of this vitamin, which helps keep the brain healthy.

MAGNESIUM — Approximately 300 milligrams one to three times a day will help protect the brain from many substances that damage nerve cells.

The fucoidan in our "Aging Younger" "AGF" juice is a natural chelator that binds with toxins and removes them from the body.  I can’t say enough about our "Aging Younger" "AGF" juice product, it contains several antioxidants and nutrients, such as the Acai berry, the Wolfberry and the Goji berry.  These added nutrients of our "Aging Younger" "AGF" juice are required for our more comprehensive program and that is our EDTA suppository chelation.

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We provide for a well balanced program in our supplements that we would recommend to you and your family members, to take on a daily basis.


Hormones play an important part in our over all health.  

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