[Dr. Sara Gottfried M.D. is speaking at The Healthy Gut Summit (February 9-16, online & free) on Tuesday, February 10. Continue reading to learn more about Dr. Sara Gottfried’s work.]
Life is hard enough without having to deal with premature aging. No one wants to look older than you are. What’s more, sometimes you can do all the right things to avoid aging, and still come up short. You can avoid smoking, heavy drinking, and eat reasonably and still show the signs of premature aging. Nobody wants that, but it happens.
But there are plenty of reasons why people age prematurely. However, it is possible to learn the root cause of premature aging and what you can do to prevent it. This can be achieved through a healthy, nutritious diet and a lifestyle that promotes youthful vibrancy as well as a long, fulfilling life. When you find out what it is you can do to avoid some signs of aging, you can begin to turn back the clock.
Premature aging rears its ugly head in a lot more ways than just some crows feet around the eyes. For women, premenstrual syndrome and perimenopause are also problems associated with aging that can throw a wrench in your regular emotional patterns. But there are ways to combat the rollercoaster ride your emotions can become when these changes occur.
You can learn how to take control of your body and your emotions and stay young longer.
By learning how to eat a nutritious diet, you can stay healthy longer and take charge of your hormonal health.
How we age could be more linked to what we eat than we realize.
Staying forever young is impossible, but if you learn how to take charge of your diet, lifestyle and hormonal health, you can age with grace and stay on top of your game into your golden years. But it’s just like anything else: if you don’t know the how, you can’t get much done. You’ve probably heard it expressed like this: You don’t know what you don’t know.
Now, it’s possible to discover what you need to know for your long term health and figure out how to make it a reality.
Did you know that your individual DNA may be affected by what you’re eating daily?
None of us are exactly the same. Our individual DNA may benefit from certain kinds of nutrients as compared to others. Once we zero in on what nutrition our particular DNA may perform best with, we can customize our diets and nutrition for optimum performance.
Our liver can also benefit from what we put in our bodies. A common liver condition on the rise in America today is fatty liver. Probiotics in our gut may help in preventing fatty liver by building its protections against the disease.
We’re discovering more and more how important our food and nutrition is to our body’s systems and organs, and how we can prevent illness and premature aging.
Did you know you can reduce endocrine disruptors in your body to promote better health?
Endocrine disruptors are chemical intruders in the body that can cause illness and weight gain. These toxins are found in so much of what we come into contact with every day, from plastics, to cleaning supplies, to make-up and other cosmetic products.
We can avoid these chemical trouble makers by opting for healthy and organic alternatives to our cosmetics, household cleaning chemicals, and shampoos and soaps that are nontoxic. We just have to do a sweep of our households and learn about these healthy options.
When it comes to aging, exposure to toxins in the environment, and eating a healthy diet for our body’s systems and organs, we can take an aggressive and proactive stance and take charge of our health and our future.
We’re very excited to have Dr. Sara Gottfried as a speaker for the Healthy Gut Summit (register now for free!). We can learn what to put in our bodies in order to fight premature aging and how to best avoid the toxins in our environment. Take a proactive approach for your health and active and strong as long as you can. Sign up now to hear from Dr. Sara Gottfried and many other amazing health experts who know how to guide their patients to success. Make a move towards a healthy life today!
You can learn how to fight premature aging!
Learn more from Dr. Sara Gottfried at The Healthy Gut Summit.
Online and free from February 9-16, 2015. Register now!