It’s Never Too Late To Lose Weight

If you’re wondering if you’re too old or too set in your ways to make a change, ProLongevity is here to tell you it’s never too late!

First of all, you need to exercise…

Exercise lowers your risk of heart disease, type-2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and some cancers, and that powerful effect leads to something experts call “compression of morbidity.” It essentially means you stay “Healthy For Longer” in your later years, compared with someone who spends the final five or ten years of life battling chronic illness.

Then we have sleep…

Lack of sleep impacts your memory, emotions, weight and even your appearance. The older you get, the harder it can be to fall and stay asleep, but you still need around the same number of hours.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, most sleep problems are a result of snoring, medication side effects and underlying medical conditions, such as acid reflux, depression and prostate. Weight plays a big part of course, as does diet. Addressing those issues with us is a great start.

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Finally, we need to change our diet…

There are all sorts of plans out there to help you lose weight, but it’s not only about dropping pounds. ProLongevity helps to reverse diabetes using a unique, customised 8-week programme. This eliminates the root cause of the epidemic of diabetes and other serious life-limiting conditions like obesity, hypertension, heart disease, and the risk of strokes. There is none of the typical calorie counting or hunger associated with normal dietary advice. Instead we gradually replace the foods which spike your sugars with others that don’t but are full of essential vitamins and minerals.

If you would like further advice or guidance on how to change your lifestyle, click here and join our new Wellness with ProLongevity group:

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It’s Never Too Late To Lose Weight

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