Research on anti aging.

The author,Recent photo aged 91.

Research on anti aging is now becoming popular because many people are now living to a much greater age.

It's obvious our diet plays a big part in our health and as we get older and we should begin to realise that we need to improve on this.

Generally we have acquired the habit of eating too much and most of us would benefit by curtailing our eating habits.

When we were younger we were inclined to be more active which burnt off a lot of calories but as we get older these surplus calories finish up as fat.

Research Indicates surplus fat plays havoc with our health and one of the best things we can do to increase our life span is to control our eating habits particularly our sugar consumption.

I am 91 years old and am very fit without any major medical problems; in more recent years I have reduced my eating habits enormously.

I don’t deprive myself in any way but find I just don’t need to eat as much as I used to. In fact I now believe I enjoy my meals more.

As I got older I found that I only needed 2 meals a day and I believe this has been a factor in my good health and my ongoing longevity.

I am reminded of an appropriate old saying, ”Don’t live to eat but eat to live”.

A lot of people are now living to a more mature age but how healthy are they?

How much are they able to enjoy their maturity?

I unfortunately see many people of much younger years suffering with all sorts of medical problems.

Our diet plays a big part in this.

However,there is another factor in my ongoing success with my health.

I have also been using an important medical breakthrough concerning stem cells.

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Of course its not only the quantity of food we eat but also the quality.

If you are interested in anti aging one of the biggest mistakes we make is the amount of sugar we eat.

See sugar addiction.

I recently saw another article by Dr Robert Lustig, a professor at the University of California where he states sugar is a poison.

It will not kill you at once but the long term effect can have a very adverse effect on your well being.

As you are interested in anti aging I suggest you take this matter of your sugar consumption seriously.

Best of luck with your research on this.

Eddie Mace.