2. Baby Boomer

Baby Boomers refer to people born between (and including) 1946 and 1964. After American soldiers returned home from World War II in1946, the United States experienced an explosion of births (hence the name baby boom) that continued for the next 18 years, when the birth rate began to drop. In 1964, baby boomers represented 40% of the population, which means that more than one third of the population was under 19 years of age. In the 1990s, approximately 76 million people in the United States were born in the baby boom years, representing approximately 29% of the country’s population. Since baby boomers make up such a sizable portion of the consuming public, their spending habits and lifestyles have a powerful influence on the economy.

Now all the baby boomers are reaching the senior ages, either have retired or are planning to retire. In USA, a good percentage of population is taking advantage of senior discount in many stores, restaurants or other services. Meanwhile they also want to look good, and feel good. Here “good” literally means “young” We see our elderly parents suffer, and we want to avoid getting old as much as we want to avoid foreclosure of our house. So many in an urge, they buy exercise equipment and gym memberships, health and organic foods, with tremendous efforts they start the battle of slowing down the clock, or even try to reverse the aging process.

Everybody knows that our body is made up of cells and aging starts when cell death or degeneration kicks in. The aging problems must be addressed on the cell level. If we can defer cell death, we are in effect deferring aging. Only a century ago, the average life expectancy was 42 years. Today, it has almost doubled. This is largely due to advances in medicine and technology. Today we see healthy and active seniors well into their 90s. In fact, those over 85 years old represent the fastest growing segment of the population in the world.

Experts in the anti-aging medicine and research now made a bold step in defining what the aging is. They believe that aging is nothing more than a disease state with three characteristics:

1. Most hormone levels start to decline by 35 years old. The environmental pollution, poor diet, and stress cause free radical formation and cellular damage not visible to the naked eye. While you may look and feel good, internal cellular damage is already happening. There are no detectable signs and symptoms by conventional standards. This is a subclinical stage.

2. By age 45, production of many hormones has fallen by more than 25%, and biomarkers are beginning to show signs of aging. Clinical symptoms such as decreased visual acuity, graying of the hair, increased pigmenting of the skin, and decreased strength and energy are making their presence felt on the outside. On the inside, cellular damage by free radical continues, where the rate of damage depends on your lifestyle. If not controlled or slowed, mutational changes may lead to cancer.

3. Age 45 and beyond is called clinical phase, meaning the aging related diseases start to show and some of cases medical attention is needed. Most hormone production continues to decline, including DHEA, Melatonin, growth hormone, and sexual hormones. Outwardly, skin is further dehydrated and thinned as collagen fibers break down. Chronic illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes became very apparent as organs begin to fail. At the age of 70 or older, cancer will overtake heart disease as the number one cause of death.

How do we make sure our cells stay healthy from within? Exercising and following a healthy diet are good starters. However, cutting edge science tells us there is more. There are actually 5 areas to a successful anti-aging program. These 5 areas practiced together can unquestionably help us baby boomers fulfill our passion to defy the effects of time.

The 5 pillars of the eAntiAging System are:

I. Precision Anti-Aging Exercise

II. Balanced Anti-Aging Diet

III. Anti-Aging Stress Reduction Techniques

IV. Natural Hormone Enhancement

V. Optimal Anti-Aging Supplementation





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