Slowing Aging


There is not one common problem, but a multitude of health problems, all with the same root cause. People today are dehydrated and nutrient deficient, which speeds the aging process. The many symptoms of aging and degenerative disease are linked to both dehydration and lack of proper basic nutrients.

Many people have digestive issues ranging from bloating, gas and indigestion, to acid reflux and constipation. There is little awareness that we are supposed to have a bowel movement after every meal. Often, people do not even have a daily bowel movement. Poor digestion results in lack of absorption of the essential vitamins and minerals that we need to be healthy. As people

age, they often need supplemental enzymes to help improve digestion, metabolism and absorption.

The lack of the essential alkaline minerals — calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium in the diet, contributes to acid reflux and overall body aging and degeneration. These alkaline minerals are found in fresh leafy greens, and are essential to neutralize the acid waste that occurs as part of the normal metabolic processes in the body.

Most people do not eat a sufficient amount of fresh organic raw fruits and vegetables, becoming nutritionally deficient, and overly acidic. Simple dietary changes can be helpful, along with specific customized nutritional support.

Water plays a major role in the overall state of health. The human body is over 70% water. The type of water consumed makes a difference in the absorption and utilization of water. Most people do not drink enough water, let alone the right type of water, that can hydrate a body. Dehydration occurs if the water consumed cannot get into the cells of the body.

Dehydration has been linked to all degenerative and chronic diseases associated with aging, including constipation, acid reflux, allergies, headaches, arthritis, fatigue, fibromyalgia, Diabetes, and blood pressure issues.

We lose half of our body weight in ounces every day due to perspiration and elimination. Most waters that are consumed take 3-4 hours to get into the cells. During the 3-4 hours, only 20% is actually absorbed. This is why dehydration is so common. It becomes very difficult to drink the necessary amount of water due to the type of water consumed. People become dehydrated

because they are missing 30% of the needed water intake every day. Everyone needs water and nutrients, but which type and kind is unique to each individual. Specific non-invasive testing can effectively determine which water, enzymes and nutrients are needed to slow aging. Beneficial

health changes occur that reduce the aging process when the body is hydrated, and specific customized nutritional supports are added to a healthy diet.

Dr. Carol Ann Fischer, B.S., D.C., N.D.


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