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Hi and welcome to WhatsApp this week. Today, my theme is not letting the years define our age.

While adding years to our life, why not add life to our years? Do you agree that the best way to ensure you have a life of lasting vitality and the well-being is to get educated the natural ways to help.

A few words about my story. In the past, I was, Tired a lot.

It was energy was my big a challenge. I would get a grumpy in the morning and if there was a bug flying I would catch it.

And I was eating a lot of sugar. And one day and then sent me a book. That was talking sugar and that’s when I made some links.

Between what I was doing and how I felt and that was the beginning of my health journey. My wellness journey and my learning journey and the more I made changes, the more I felt better and the more I felt compelled to share it with people.

Thank you. So that’s why I am here today.

So my mission is to empower people with education. So they can have options to choose from for their own well-being and the ones they love.

One of the pillars is living in harmony with nature. And thank you for joining me in my.

Well, ness journey. Today I’ll talk about the upcoming webcast in April. From farm to fourth it will talk about eating well and living green.

I’ll see a few words about the 8 reversal blueprint. It’s a webcast we had last week.

And about the 3 new wellness articles and videos. To help you live a longer fuller life. And I say at the end a few words about the 7 healthy Seven-day health health clans.

I made it. The information I will present. Is in my newsletter that will be sent tomorrow morning.

So it will be in in your inbox if you’re not subscribed yet you can create a free account in my wellness center.

This will give you access to many other resources. And as well as all my, previous newsletters that I sent since 2,015.

I’ll drop a link. With this video. So we’ll start with the event we play we had last week, the age reversal blueprint.

Dr. Wentjong Westardall did an excellent job in explaining anti-aging. And for example, we talked about the telomeres and the free radicals.

It’s It’s things that I already knew, but I found that every person talk about things, explain things differently, and I had haha moments when I watched that.

And another big haha moment is when he talked about the water in the cells, how to hydrate a cell properly.

And that was completely new from me. So So if anti-aging or aging gracefully is important to you, this is a good, webcast.

To watch. Now let’s go to the wellness articles. The first one, Jan Kanmar was French super centenarian and the oldest verified human with documented lifespan of 122 years.

And a few days. And,

It’s difficult to understand how she was able to take up a fencing. At 85 when many have mobility problems.

So we’ll dive into the world of aging, particularly the groundbreaking telomere theory of aging.

In the other articles, we talk about blue zones, which are regions around the world. Identified as having the highest concentrations of people who live a hundred years old or more.

These bluesons demonstrate that the secret to a long life extends extends beyond our genetic makeup.

Not only our genetic, it’s deeply rooted in how we live.

So we will visit. The 5 regions. In the world and we will learn how to infuse their centuries old wisdom.

And how to incorporate them in our daily routine for a longer folder life. And the other one, thousands of studies have been done on aging and many are beginning to point.

To the conclusion that our lifestyle and diet choices affect our aging process. And the good news as we can actually do something.

To slow down our aging process. How we do that? Well, Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn, she’s a Berkeley professor and Nobel Prize winner in medicine.

And she says that we can slow aging by keeping our telomeres long and healthy. Now let’s go to the videos.

We don’t actually age, get sick and get disease. It’s ourselves that do. Our body’s house is dependent on our self health.

So we will go to this video and watch, watch it. Right now.


Yeah, at the beginning.

But we don’t actually age get sick and get diseases. Our cells Okay, this might seem hard to believe, but we don’t actually age get sick and get diseases.

Our cells do. Our body’s health is dependent on our cells health, so to slow aging, limit sickness and prevent disease, we must protect and properly feed ourselves.

So what are cells made of? Cells are made up of many atoms. When these atoms are healthy, the cells replicate and make an exact copy and keep the body young, well, and disease free.

What makes an atom healthy is that it has paired electrons. So how does cells age get sick and get diseases?

Adams missing an electron are not just bad, they actually destroy surrounding atoms by stealing their electron and an atom missing an electron is called a free radical and free radicals alter or destroy cells.

Cells that die and cells that replicate in a damaged state are the cause or contribute to premature aging, sickness, and diseases such as cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and many others.

So where do free radicals come from? Free radicals come from pollution released into our environment. Even another country’s pollution problem is our problem too.

Free radicals come from pesticides and insecticides put on our plants, grass, weeds, and in our air.

Free radicals also come from water treated with chlorine to make it safe for drinking. And one cigarette generates approximately one quadrillion free radicals.

You might be wondering, what’s the solution? The solution is antioxidants. Antioxidants are your body’s defense against free radicals because they have extra electrons that they can give to free radicals, which eliminates their harmful effects.

So how do antioxidants work you ask? Step one, antioxidants give an extra electron to the free radicals.

And in step 2 the atom is now neutralized, the chain reaction of free radicals stops here, therefore improving your cellular health.

You may also be wondering where do antioxidants come from? Antioxidants are found abundantly in fruits and vegetables.

They’re also found in other types of foods such as nuts, boils, beans, etc.

Research studies suggest that organic foods have higher concentrations of antioxidants than processed foods grown with pesticides.

Are also found in high quality vitamin supplements, which are recommended by the American Medical Association because most adults do not eat the right foods to properly eat their cells.

A word of caution when it comes to vitamin supplements, not all supplements are beneficial.

They must be absorbed into your body in order to be effective. As you can see from this x-ray, these supplements which are from a name brand company would do you no good.

They’re still undesolved in the colon. Supplements should include many types of antioxidants combined properly.

This is the video.

And we will go to the next one.

The 2 others, one is, talking about their revolutionizing cellular health. Dr.

Daggy dows into the clinical and laboratory research on cellular health. The other one is about telomere studies, Dr.

Elizabeth Blackburn. She’s a Nobel winning researcher. She talks about the important findings of studies.

About the effect of lifestyle on health. What’s coming up? Do you know that the food on our plates could be linked to nearly a quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions?

As we navigate the intricate dance of modern nutrition and echo consciousness. The choices become more complex than just picking the freshest ingredients.

April. In April, will celebrate the Earth Day, so we will redefine what it means to eat.

Smartly and sustainably. Transforming your relationship with food to one that’s as enriching for the earth as it is for your body.

So it’s from farm to fork with Dr. Bruce Dagy. And it talks about eating well and living rain.

We will discover how our food choices can support a healthy year us and a thriving, it’s on April, the seventeenth.

We will talk about the impact of our diets. We will uncover the significant ways our current dietary choices affect our health and the planet’s well-being.

We’ll talk about the planetary diet. Learn how about the planetary diet and how it represents a better choice.

For our health and the endbrain. There will be. He will explain phosphate free detergents.

To discover the science between phosphate free deterrent just in keeping legs and waterways healthy and less much more.

You can reserve your spot now. So you can uncover practical strategies. To address yourself and nurture the planet.

If you’re not available at that date in time, you can reserve your sport anyway and you will receive their replay.

I’ll put the link, do that. So a quick replay of what I said today. Thousands of studies have been done on aging and many are beginning to point to a, that our lifestyle and diet choices affect our aging process.

There are articles and videos that would help you live the longer full of life from Dr. Blackburn’s remarkable discovery about telomeres.

And their effect on aging to be transformative. Lessons from the world’s blue zones. And to go back to what I was saying at the beginning, not letting the years define your age while adding years to our life.

Why not add life to our years? And I talk about the webcast next month. You can join my wellness community on Facebook.

And I post, I post links of everything I talked today in the show and you can also message me if you want to learn more.

I’ll say a few words about.

My, 7 day house, 70 healthy clans. So really it’s, I say 7 day, but it’s a 4 week program.

The first week is the. The clients itself and the 4 following is and I’m reintegrate other foods by groups.

And there’s even a week before you can do to prepare yourself. There can be a 5 week.

I finished my seventh week on Sunday. So what? 2 days ago for me right now when I’m recording this.

And it’s my fifth one. And it was really great. I always have different reasons.

Why I do the plants and it’s Every person can do it for a different reason too. I remember one time I did it because I was loaded.

And the class really did a good job for me to unbloke and feel better. And this time I didn’t really have p or inches to let go.

It’s it’s just for the digestive system. I I each time I do it I see an effect in my digestive system.

And now that I’ve done it. I feel that I don’t have to, It’s like that when I do it, I don’t have to eat as much to feel satiated.

That’s if my digesting digestive system is more efficient. It can use food more efficiently.

I’ll do it next year for sure. I love it because every time I learn new recipes The other those that are in the program, but I also create some.

So I make really good. Discoveries each time I do it. Oh, that’s what I wanted to say about it if you have questions you can ask.

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