Growing up, I saw the decline and premature deaths of both my parents when I was still a kid and I asked myself why? Because that generation didn’t fully understand how to live a healthy lifestyle. I remember the old ads where Doctors were promoting smoking and you could still smoke on an airplane. No one paid attention to anything healthy….amazing how far we’ve come. But to take advantage of living a long, healthy and active life, it takes knowledge and action on your part.
I changed my life forever: It was life changing for me when I went to work at the World famous Canyon Ranch Health and Fitness Resort in Tucson Arizona. I was a professional hiking guide and worked my way up to becoming the Sales Director there for many years. I was surrounded by health and fitness experts and I immersed myself with the knowledge available to me at this top health resort and created healthy habits that carry with me to this day.
That was many years ago and now that I’m 60, I’m enjoying a healthy and active life that brings joy to me every day. That’s what I want for you too. So please enjoy the site, I will be adding to it regularly with new products and new life changing breakthrough information. Reach out to me anytime and I hope you get the most out of what this website can offer you in living a long, robust and healthy life for many more years to come. God Bless.
How you behave and what you think, the way you eat, how often you exercise and what you do to heal yourself can influence your life by 30 to 50 years. Your longevity depends on which view you accept. If boomers remain vigorous and healthy, they could make tremendous contributions to society and enjoy an active and full life. Raymond Kerege
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72% of older men and 67% of older women are now overweight or obese.
Baby boomers are in worse health than their parents were at the same stage of life.
One in three Americans living today will eventually develop diabetes, and that will increase by 165% by 2050.
Primary factors being over indulging in alcohol, smoking, sedentary lifestyle, stress and poor nutrition.
Heart disease, stroke, cancer, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and arthritis are among the most common.
Half of Americans aged 55-64 have high blood pressure. Controlling high blood pressure is crucial for health.
From 1946 to 1964, 78 million "baby boomers" had joined the population, creating a huge demographic bulge that flourished in America's postwar prosperity. These children acquired more education than any previous generation; many grew up projecting a rebellious, idealistic attitude that promised to reshape society.
Now, with 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 each and every day for the next 17 years, they are about to do something utterly conventional and predictable. They're going to start getting old and begin developing health problems.
By 2030, when the first baby boomers reach 84, the number of Americans over 65 will have grown by 75% to 69 million. That means more than 20% of the population will be over 65, compared with only 13% today. More than 35% will be over 50.
One big question looms over these developments: Will those years be vigorous and healthy, or will baby boomers sink into the pain and disability of chronic disease? A lot hangs on the answer.
Widespread obesity among boomers, combined with lack of exercise, could lead to an epidemic of diabetes, which dramatically accelerates aging and leads to a host of chronic diseases. Other signs suggest, however, that boomers will enjoy not just increased longevity but better health as well if they take action.
That suggests that many boomers may be aging more slowly than previous generations because of healthy habits, such as less smoking and more exercise. Maybe 60 really is the new 40.
The influence of aging on society depends on which view you accept. If boomers remain vigorous and healthy as they age, they could make tremendous contributions to American society and enjoy an active and full life.
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