Aging is the single biggest risk factor for virtually every significant human disease…
People around 70 start ‘slowing down’ and this is a process related to the effects of ageing on their bodies. We cannot stop the process of ageing, but the advice and herbs given here will help to keep you fit and independent for as long as possible.
Our goal is to extend and enhance the healthy, high-performance lifespan and change the face of aging. For the first time, the power of human genomics, informatics, next generation DNA sequencing technologies, and stem cell advances are being harnessed in one company, with the leading pioneers in these fields. Our goal is to solve the diseases of aging by changing the way medicine can work better with herbs.
It’s not just a long life we’re striving for, but one which is worth living.
Never Say Never.
Many people think there is nothing they can do about aging. However, how you age is partly a function of your lifestyle. Whether you are 46 or 64, it is never too late to benefit from eating well, exercising regularly, and maintaining healthy lifestyle habits.
Be an Informed
Informed health consumers learn about the physical changes that occur with normal aging and those that are caused by disease. They educate themselves about how to stay healthy and prevent illness and disability. If they do become ill, they find out about their treatment options and the risks and benefits of each.
It is important to know not only how to optimize your personal health but also how to get the health care you need when you need it. The health-care delivery system is the most complex and confusing system in the world. If you understand how to navigate your way through it, advocate for yourself when working with health professionals, and stay informed about the health benefits and services available to you, you will be better equipped to manage your health and work as a team with your health-care providers—on your own behalf and on behalf of your loved ones.
It is never too early to clarify and communicate your health values and needs and learn about those of your loved ones. Be sure to tell your loved ones your wishes in the event you need emergency or end-of life care and are unable to communicate your desires to your health-care providers. You may also wish to consider appointing a personal representative, such as a surrogate decision maker or health-care proxy.
Root of Chnese Thorowax, Angelica sinensis, White Paeony Root, Wolfiporia cocos (Schw.) , Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Radix Glycyrrhiza, Herba Menthae Haplocalycis, Panax ginseng, Savia miltiorrhiza, Radix Gingseng, Gingko Leaf Extract, Cordyceps.