First I don't know how old I am, of course I could do some simple math, because my birth certificate has my birth in 1943 and I was not dropped off at some state institution in a basket, "However" right this moment, now, I don't know my age. This is very important, because I don't do most of the things appropriate for my age and I don't follow the governments expectations. There is little doubt that I am aging well. I am active, work 40 hours per week at a demanding job, I feel good, I have plenty of energy, I don't own a lounger and I know that I am in control of my health (And, I don't watch network broadcast TV). I am on "no, zero, none, not one" prescribed medication and I only take a few nutrients/vitamins. This is what is expected of me or someone my age: 92% of adults over 65 have at lease one chronic condition and 72% have at lease 2, people ages 65 to 69 average 14 prescriptions per year and most are taking more than seven (7) prescriptions every day, the lack of health continues. According to statistics only 8% of my age group can say that they are in control of their health.
So, the major question now is, are you a part of the 92% or the 8%. I will talk more of this, but until then check out "The Living Wellness" $12.95, what do you have to lose, or more important what will you gain. Robert