A popular question many people ask is, “why does your metabolism slow down as we age?” I remember when I was young back in my teenager years and in my early 20s. Back then I could eat just about anything and get away with it and I’d be able to keep my weight very stable.
When do you go see your doctor? Most people tell go to their doctor when they have a pain, symptom, or some condition going on in their body. That approach to health is very degenerative. Let us explain it by looking at the disease timeline. The disease timeline is the time when disease starts in your body to when the disease ends.
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The answer is absolutely, 100% yes.
Remember when you were young? Go back and remember when you were playing with your friends, when you were riding bikes, when you were running through the woods, you were getting bumps and bruises, you were falling out of a tree house, playing tackle football… and the next day you woke up,
Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
- Changes the function of your cells, genes, and hormones
When you go into intermittent fasting, it puts a stress on the body. The body then adapts to that stress. Example, if you are lifting weights by changing the strength of the muscle, or the bones begin to adapt,
“I feel good! I’m done with treatment, right?”
“I’m feeling better, I don’t need to come in anymore, right?”
“I’m done! My pain is gone!”
These are common statements we hear from patients often. But – that is not how you should think about your health. You shouldn’t base your health upon how you feel.
Silent Epidemic: Osteoarthritis
There is a silent epidemic that is affecting almost all Americans today. It is the epidemic that is causing pain. It is the epidemic that is silent and people don’t know about it until it is too late. This is osteoarthritis.
The reality is 96% of adults around 80 years old will have developed arthritis in their life,