Aging and health
The quest for eternal youth has been going on for centuries. And as no fountain of youth has been found, we go on losing what is so precious to us all: vitality, energy, and health.
We all grow old differently. Our aging and longevity depend not only on our genetic heritage but also on our lifestyle and our environment. Many external factors affect us every day of our life. However, health and aging do not need to be contradictory. We can have an impact on some of the environmental stress causes that lead us to lose our health and vitality.
- Aging is determined by genetics.
Our human genome has programmed us for a 100-to-120-year lifespan. But not everyone can reach such a ripe old age. We have inherited from our parents a unique genetic program that influences our longevity and our health. This inherited genetic blueprint endows us with more or less effective means to fight against aging. Scientific and technological progress in the 20th century has doubled people’s lifespan in many countries. But what is the point of living to 120 years if we have to lose intellectual and physical capacity?
- Aging is determined by our lifestyle and environment.
From birth onwards, we are constantly exposed to harmful environmental stresses and subjected to the effects of unbalanced lifestyles. Pesticides, pollution of all sorts, radiations, overexposure to the sun, viruses, microbes, poor diets, occupational and psychological stress, all accumulate throughout our life, reducing the number of healthy cells in our bodies. It deteriorates our bodies into what is called “aging.”
- Aging and the weakening of our defense systems
We are equipped with two main natural defense systems: the immune system and the anti-oxidative system. They are genetically programmed to fight environmental stresses and help us survive. They also act as anti-aging mechanisms.
However, the accumulation of environmental stresses in our bodies throughout our life disrupts and weakens our defense systems. And it accelerates the aging process, opening the gate to age-related problems and diseases.
Actions for healthy aging
Health and aging do not need to be necessarily contradictory.
If we have no control over our genetic heritage, we can have an impact on some of the environmental stress causes that lead us to lose our health and vitality.
We can change our lifestyle. We can try to get rid of as many environmental stresses as possible.
We can decide to eat a healthier diet and exercise regularly; give up some of our harmful habits such as smoking, heavy alcohol drinking, drug usage, overexposure to the sun; stop the use of hazardous chemicals; reduce mental stress; lower professional overload, and more.
We can also take food supplements to help counteract the deterioration of our natural defense systems.
A food supplement for healthy aging
Immun’Âge® has three main properties that can help us stay healthy:
- It stimulates the immune system
- It stimulates the antioxidative system
- It boosts the production of energy in all our cells
Immun’Âge®’s tagline reads ‘Food Protecting People.’ And indeed Immun’Âge® can protect us because it naturally boosts:
- Our immune system that fights infections, viruses, bacteria, parasites, as well as cancer;
- Our anti-oxidative system that fights oxidative stress;
- Our production of cellular energy that allows the body to perform all its tasks: move, breathe, absorb food, etc.
With age, the body’s natural defenses weaken and cell vitality – the key to our health – diminishes.
But Immun’Âge®’s joint stimulation of both these systems combined with increased energy can help protect us from the effects of aging.
Immun’Âge®, combined with regular physical and mental activity as well as a healthy diet,
is an ideal food supplement for healthy aging.