Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

10 Signs of Aging Poorly and What to Do About Them

Experiencing fatigue, joint pain, forgetfulness, brain fog, bone loss, weight gain, hearing loss, and other issues through aging, however, don’t have to be part of your aging process. Even though society tells us otherwise, these signs are not normal, but signs of aging poorly. Through a healthy diet and lifestyle, you can reduce signs of aging poorly and stay active, energetic, healthy, and happy as you get older.

In this video, you will learn about the importance of healthy aging. I will discuss the most common signs of aging poorly. And I will share my top strategies for healthy aging for the older population. This is a video you want to save and share with your aging friends and family member. For more info read this article:

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13 thoughts on “10 Signs of Aging Poorly and What to Do About Them
  1. Man I love the keto diet , I've been eating this way for 10 years now and still going strong !! Thanks for this Doc great information 👌🏻🙏🏻

  2. Dr. J, I wish you were my doctor. You should have a million subscribers. I found you when I was looking for gallbladder info and unfortunately it wasn't through Google. I had used an alternate browser because everything seems so…suppressed. is it because you speak the truth? Thank you so much for the info-you are appreciated!

  3. I ❤ sleep allows your brain to detox & top anti-inflammatory foods. I want to learn more about testosterone and aging as well as the subject of sarcopenia.

  4. Hi! I have a request for your social media accounts. It would be really cool if you talked about atypical anorexia. The definition, “All criteria for AN are met, despite weight loss, the individual’s weight remains within or above average weight range.”
    I feel like a lot of doctors don’t know this exists, even though it’s common and just as dangerous.
    When my mom brought me in for an ED, my doctor looked at my weight and said I don’t have one. She told me to download MyFitnessPal to eat 1600 calories, as a teenage athlete, to maintain my weight loss. She then said the specific weight I would have to get under for her to be concerned.

    I feel the medical community needs more education on eating disorders, and shouldn’t believe the myth that you have to be underweight to have one.

    I think it would be great if you brought awareness to this.

  5. Thank you so much for your videos, they are so helpful! I was wondering if you have any content for pregnant women in regards to preventing inflammation and having a healthy diet while pregnant and breast feeding? My husband and I would be so grateful! God bless you and your family

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