Shocking News About Lifestyle, Diet and Nutrition Affect How FAST You Age

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Today I saw a report on TV on how our Lifestyle choices affect how slow or fast our bodies age. Have you ever bumped into an old best search sites friend that you haven't seen for a few years? You looked at them and thought, gosh this person looks familiar only to realize, it was one of your best friends from high school! That should give you a pretty good mental picture of what I'm talking about. Now, the effects of our bad habits on our bodies is in itself not breakthrough news, however actually SEEING how these habits can and will change our bodies was a SHOCK!

The effects of smoking, drinking too much alcohol on a regular basis and eating a diet high in processed foods and Fat are magnified by how long we continue to participate in these "Bad Lifestyle choices" What caught my attention was how dramatically the physical changes were. The human body is a remarkable "Machine", it has the ability to over come the demands that are asked of it day after day for 20, 30 even 40 years, and still remain vibrant, healthy and vital, but only if it has the proper "Raw Materials" with which to repair and replenish itself.

Many of us have struggled with "Lifestyle choices" and I appreciated the reminder the report out today gave me. It's never to late to improve your health, take a look at your daily habits and the effect they have on your body's ability to replenish and re-build itself. Ask yourself some simple questions that will help you put things into perspective. Getting a Quality nutritional base each and every day will help your body counter act premature aging, help you live a long productive life and protect you from many of the common problems brought on by aging.

Don't age prematurely, all of us have some Lifestyle choices that have a negative effect on our bodies, Aging and our health. You can reverse these effects following some simple nutrition and lifestyle changes.