For centuries, ever since the legendary Ponce de Leon went searching for the elusive Fountain of Youth, people have been looking for ways to slow down the aging process.
Medical science has made great strides in keeping people alive longer by preventing and curing disease, and helping people to live healthier lives. Average life expectancy keeps increasing, and most of us can look forward to the chance to live much longer lives than our ancestors.
Many researchers think that the key to our own personal Fountain of Youth resides in our hormones and endocrine system. These are the various organs and glands that make hormones in our bodies.
Yet we are all aging constantly. The unpleasant fact is that every single one of us begins aging the moment we are out of the womb. (At least it beats the alternative.)
If you’re living, you’re aging; you can’t avoid it. But there are a number of things that you can do to keep yourself healthy and active, and to eliminate or at least slow down many of the factors that contribute to aging.
Yes, it is possible to turn back the clock …
How to Stay Young