Your Odds of Dying Too Early? What is “Normal” Aging, and How Can You Help Slow Down the Clock?

What is your ideal target age to live to? Many people today live to and past 100. We all want to live a healthy life filled with happiness and no regrets.

We will share how to live your life healthier now and at a higher quality of life with less potential ill concerns for many more years to come.

We all have different reasons to live longer, but yet most end up the same: To spend more time with our children, grandchildren and loved ones. We nearly all have loving memories of our cherished grandparents, which we seek to have as many years as possible while in good health with those we too love so dearly.

The average life expectancy in the United States is 77.7 years. However, as far as aging goes, the rate is far from average. Individuals age at entirely different rates. Even different organs within the same person can age at varying speeds.

In order to reduce your “physical stages of dying” too early, it’s wise to first find out what your greatest risks of death are from … and then learn the steps to help prevent them. The good news is that many of the top risks can be dramatically influenced by your own habits and behaviors.

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About Dr. Soram Khalsa

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