Staying Healthy As You Age

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From the Team at; Growing Gracefully Older

 

Re: Are You a Senior Citizen and Healthy?

 

Are you among the elite population of citizens approaching the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond that think, “it’s too late for me!”

I’ll let you in on a little secret. It’s NEVER too late. NEVER too late to start living the best life you possibly can. All you need is a few little secrets.

Have you always wanted to make significant changes to your body composition so you have the opportunity to enjoy health and vitality well into your 80s and beyond?

Well now you can, and it’s much easier than you think. It doesn’t require a magic pill or magic bullet, just cold, hard common sense.

First, let’s talk facts.

According to statistics, the population is aging at an incredibly fast rate. In fact,

According to the Administration on Aging and Department of Health and Human Services, more than 36 million people were 65 or older in 2005, representing more than 12% of the population…

As if that weren’t enough, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services predicts that by the year 2030, there will be more than 71 million senior citizens in the United States alone, comprising up to 20% of the population.

Here are some other vital facts about the aging population provided by the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services:

Health And Living Statistics On The Aging Population

  • The number of Americans aged 45-60+ will increase by more than 39% during the next decade.
  • People who reach the age of 65 have a life expectancy of 18-20 years over their current age.
  • The older population will continue to grow in the future, by as much as 15% through 2010 to 36% in 2020.
  • Most elder persons have at least one chronic health condition; even more have multiple chronic health problems.
  • 24% of older Americans are obese.
  • Roughly 13 million people over the age of 65 endured a short hospital stay in 2003 alone, a rate of roughly 3,600 for every 10,000 people.
  • The average length elderly stayed in hospitals was more than 6 days.
  • More than half of the older population claim to have some disability whether physical or non-physical.
  • Roughly 10% of those over age 65 rated their health as poor.
  • 27.3% of those over 65 reported having difficulty performing daily activities, including preparing meals, shopping, doing housework or other ordinary activities.

The most frequently occurring conditions among the elderly include: Hypertension, Arthritis, Heart Disease, Cancer and Diabetes.

What does all this mean? It means people are living longer, but suffering from more debilitating health conditions.

Diseases like cancer, heart disease, hypertensions, diabetes and obesity… are all symptoms of aging.

No one wants to get old and feel sick.

The good news however, is you do not have to resign yourself to living life poorly just because you are aging.

In fact, there are people that live well into their 90s that are the epitome of good health.

How do they do it? They know the secrets of aging well. The secrets of aging well aren’t complicated. In fact, they are easy.

Here is a secret. To age well and prevent disease you have to know the exact diet to eat during each decade of your life, and the exact exercise programs you should be following during each decade of your life.

As your body ages, your needs change, so you have to adapt the way you live to eat and live right.

Fortunately, scientists have studied the human body for decades and have developed age specific health and fitness programs that enable elderly people to live life to their fullest, well into their 90s.

If you or someone you know is aging, it’s time to stop thinking about how bad your body is going to be, and time to start thinking about how to live your life as healthily as possible.

As your body changes, your body composition changes. You don’t have to resign yourself to a debilitating life, but you do have to understand the changes occurring in your body so you can enjoy health and vitality for several decades more.

There are in fact, many elderly people who are MORE healthy at age 80 than they were in their 20s. The bottom line? It’s NEVER TOO LATE to start taking care of your body.

The key is understanding what your body needs at each age. That’s where we come in.

We’ve developed a simple, modern and concise guide based on current research to help you fine-tune your eating, exercising and sleep patterns during your 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond.

This unique guide will help you avoid some of the biggest mistakes people make when considering their health as they age. For the first time ever, we are able to offer our unique guide in digital format saving YOU money.

Announcing,

               Staying Healthy As You Age

             Your Guide To Staying Healthy And Fit

                       Well Into Your Golden Years!

Chapter 1 - 40: Real Life in the ‘Third Age’

        Chapter 2 - 50: The New Majority

                          Chapter 3 - 60: Who are You Calling a Senior Citizen?

                                          Chapter 4 - 70: Vigorous and Loving It

                                                            ‘Age is just a number.’

                                     ‘You are only as old as you think you are.’

                                                      We’ve all heard the clichés.

                       Maybe we even said them ourselves when we were younger.

                                      We knew everything when we were twenty,

                                                                     after all.

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