One of the biggest challenge to living longer is getting over the accepted idea that people can’t live well much longer than they do now. Just because we haven’t seen it with our own eyes does not mean it’s impossible. We must take the first step to ask the right questions rather than being confined by our own experiences.
Mark talks about what some researches have concluded about a change that happened in the history of humans that may have caused a dramatic change in average lifespan.
They reveal one of the most dangerous products/pollutants ever made that finds its way into our systems, discuss just how important water is and suggest what you should be drinking.
They also start considering some of the many problems with the current insurance and “healthcare” systems, showing how living to 120 means you’ll be an outlier working outside of those systems.
Cancer is something that can be detected much sooner than most doctors ever test for, and Dr. Gladden talks about what helps cancer thrive that we can eliminate or reduce from our diet.
They also conclude how health and aging relate to one another.
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Finally, ask yourself, “What can I do to cultivate a mindset that enables me to believe I can function at a younger age?”