Thinking and Attitude - Changing behavior patterns to optimize health and fitness
These 6 Categories are found on the home page as is every other topic. In the center column of the page, below the banner ads, find the frame with a blue/grey title bar that says 'The Latest Word on Senior Fitness', under which is our News Roundup Category. Scrolling below that, find the second longer frame with a blue/grey title bar that says "The 6 Critical Keys to Dynamic Senior Living", with the six categories outlined above arrayed in subframes below, each with a red category title. Start by clicking the red titles, reading and putting into practice the information and strategies presented in this section. Here we explain the most significant elements of lifestyle that determine our long-term health. This is where you find the strategies for Optimal Aging spelled out.
We start with Anti-aging by explaining the known mechanisms of aging and present the basis for slowing the aging process or even reverse-aging in some cases. Then we tackle strategies for optimizing the aging process through Nutrition, Exercise, Rest Recovery and Relaxation, Supplements & Thinking and Attitude.
Each of the 6 Critical Key Categories has a summary article that lays out the important factors and strategies to be embraced and practiced, followed by a collection of supporting articles - click the red titles and read the summary articles. Some categories have one or more sub-categories, also with red titles, which should be read as well. The categories listed in this section comprise the most important factors in staying healthy, strong and independent into advanced age. Every strategy put forth on this site has been tried and proven within the Anti-aging/senior fitness community, and incorporated into my lifestyle with measurable success. I am your personal Lab Rat! If it works for me or those I trust, I pass it on to you the reader.
On the right side of the page is Frank's Column where I write up anything of current interest to me, and give you my opinions on what we should be paying attention to, or new strategies worth implementing.
Set your mind to optimizing health and fitness, not just getting by. Understand that each of these Categories has equal importance - slacking in any of these areas will produce inferior health and poorer fitness. You can also find all our categories/topics in the Subject Directory in the left hand column of any page.
Then review the Special Concerns that Hamper Senior Living section for addressing any existing problems; again, each category has a lead article that summarizes the issues and challenges, and means of ameliorating the problem, with support articles beneath. This is a really long home page - you have to scroll way down to see the many topics covered. For faster topic selection use the topic index in the left margin.
For any specific ailments you are dealing with, look it up in the Disease and Healing Protocols category - Life Extension Foundation's comprehensive explanation of specific illnesses and their suggested protocols for dealing with them.
Check the Latest Word on Senior Fitness Section for the News Roundup category to keep current - we take many health newsletters, and this is where we put the latest news on technologies/strategies for health and anti-aging.
Consider using our affiliate links for buying supplements or information that we recommend - these are companies and products we have proven by our own use and use by our clients. You will see the banners of our favorites on the home page just below the introduction. You will also find recommendations sprinkled throughout our Categories and Subcategories for products we have found beneficial. Many of these suppliers we have affiliate relationships with and make commissions when you follow our recommendations. Rest assured we don't recommend something unless we have found it effective. Finally, the ads that automatically load to these pages are not selected by us, but they pay the bills, so feel free to check them out - the more the better for us.
Good Living - Frank