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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Mineral deficient people do not feel satisfied after eating a full meal. One of the most important concepts of nutrition is that, like cars, humans need proper fuel to operate efficiently. In the same way that a car needs gasoline, we need food to provide us with energy and essential nutrients to fuel all of our daily activities. When we are mineral deficient, our bodies do not work as efficiently as they should and we begin to not feel well and gain unhealthy weight. There are six classes of nutrients, including carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals, and water. Because proper nutrition is so important, we need to have at least a basic understanding of nutritional concepts in order to remain healthy and balanced.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter.
    The causation of obesity, diabetes, coronary
    heart disease, arthritis, neurological disease and illness, are from the poor choices we make in life. Poor choices create increased cravings for the consumption of more manmade toxic products, furthering the downward spiral toward poor health, illness and disease. Lack of education of complex carbs and simple cards are also feeding this downward spiral. Why do you think that even some people who work out and say they eat healthy, still can’t shed those excess pounds? 25 feet of intestine, over time, are lined with toxic deposits from our poor choices and from what we put into our body; causing poor absorption of nutrients. Listen to our Aging Younger Radio Program, and learn how to reverse this trend and extend your quality and quantity of life.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Cancer is normal for those who follow an “abnormal” health style. So, be normal! Be natural! Become free from synthetic pharmaceutical drugs and become cancer free.

    There are reasons behind the pharmaceutical company's strenuous efforts to make vitamins available through prescriptions only, and it is directly linked to the fact that they have not been able to eliminate them altogether, although they have surely tried. If big pharma is successful in their quest to have vitamins available only with a physician prescription, then healing oneself from alternative therapies will become difficult. Tune in for more.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Most people do not realize it, but it is the simple things in life that hold us back. These inconsequential things give us the power of wisdom and wisdom gives us the return of
    Extraordinary Love
    Extraordinary Money
    Extraordinary Success
    Extraordinary Recognition
    Extraordinary Health
    And these - are EXTRAORDINARY EMPOWERMENTS
    Tune in and share this extraordinary health segment with David and Stephanie

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Shoshana Bennett, Ph.D. is the author of Postpartum Depression For Dummies and co-author of Beyond the Blues: Understanding and Treating Prenatal and Postpartum Depression. Her latest book Pregnant on Prozac is available at bookstores. She’s also created guided imagery audios that are specifically focused on helping moms take care of themselves. National TV shows including “20/20” and “The Doctors” feature Dr. Shoshana as the postpartum expert and news stations consult her. Several publications including the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Jose Mercury News have written articles on Dr. Shoshana’s work. She’s interviewed regularly on national radio and television and has been quoted in dozens of newspapers and magazines such as the Boston Globe, Glamour, Psychology Today, New York Post, Self, Cosmopolitan, USA Weekend and the Chicago Tribune. Dr. Shoshana is a pioneer in the field and considered the “go-to” expert for postpartum depression. She is a survivor of two life-threatening, undiagnosed postpartum depressions. She founded Postpartum Assistance for Mothers in 1987, and is a former president of Postpartum Support International. She has helped over 17,000 women worldwide through individual consultations, support groups and wellness seminars. As a noted guest lecturer and keynote speaker, she travels throughout the US and abroad, training medical and mental health professionals to assess and treat postpartum depression and related mood disorders. She earned three teaching credentials, two masters degrees, a Ph.D. and is licensed as a clinical psychologist. She is working to pass legislation that helps reduce the incidence and impact of postpartum mood disorders.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Shoshana Bennett, Ph.D. is the author of Postpartum Depression For Dummies and co-author of Beyond the Blues: Understanding and Treating Prenatal and Postpartum Depression. Her latest book Pregnant on Prozac will be available in January of ’09. She’s also created guided imagery audios that are specifically focused on helping moms take care of themselves. National TV shows including “20/20” and “The Doctors” feature Dr. Shoshana as the postpartum expert and news stations consult her. Several publications including the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Jose Mercury News have written articles on Dr. Shoshana’s work. She’s interviewed regularly on national radio and television and has been quoted in dozens of newspapers and magazines such as the Boston Globe, Glamour, Psychology Today, New York Post, Self, Cosmopolitan, USA Weekend and the Chicago Tribune. Dr. Shoshana is a pioneer in the field and considered the “go-to” expert for postpartum depression. She is a survivor of two life-threatening, undiagnosed postpartum depressions. She founded Postpartum Assistance for Mothers in 1987, and is a former president of Postpartum Support International. She has helped over 17,000 women worldwide through individual consultations, support groups and wellness seminars. As a noted guest lecturer and keynote speaker, she travels throughout the US and abroad, training medical and mental health professionals to assess and treat postpartum depression and related mood disorders. She earned three teaching credentials, two masters degrees, a Ph.D. and is licensed as a clinical psychologist. She is working to pass legislation that helps reduce the incidence and impact of postpartum mood disorders.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Author, speaker and developer, Dr. Nick Hodgson will be joining us this evening from Australia. Dr. Hodgson is internationally known as “The Health and Wellness Coach.”
    Join us as we discuss:
    What is the definition of health – beyond sickness and symptoms

    What is the definition of wellness – choices

    The triune of life – matter, energy, intelligence

    Newtonian and Quantum Physics
    Which comes first?

    To make the biggest changes – alter the intelligence…

    Back to wellness

    CHIROPRACTIC
    Physical – bones, joints and muscles
    Energy – Nervous system – controls and coordinates every cell in every body
    Intelligence – Innate

    AURICULOTHERAPY
    Physical – ear/body map
    Energy – Nervous system
    Intelligence – switchboard

    DIET AND NUTRIENTS
    Physical – building blocks
    Energy – food as energy sources
    Intelligence – who made it? How complex is it?

    EXERCISE
    Physical – muscles, heart
    Energy – calories, metabolism
    Intelligence – “brain gym”

    SPIRITUAL
    “Connection to the world around you”
    Physical – family, friends, peers, authorities
    Energy – hanging out with a bad crowd
    Intelligence – something bigger than you

    THE BRAIN
    Brain Reward Cascade
    Reward Deficiency Syndrome
    RDS genetics vs environment
    Manifestations of RDS
    Solutions to RDS – The two helping hands for RDS

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. Join David and Stephanie this coming Wednesday, March 4, 2009, as the reveal to you their 8 Steps to Aging Younger. They will answer the following questions:
    What can we do to improve our Immune System?

    What can we do to improve our lymphatic system?

    How can we improve our Cardio Vascular health?

    What is the best way to detoxify the body?

    How can we balance our endocrine system?

    What is the best water to drink, knowing that improving the hydration level is key to Aging Younger?

    What is your secret to improving the skin elasticity?

    Why we should reduc the intake of synthetic drugs?

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    Did you know that the average person has 60,000 thoughts a day and nearly 80% of them are negative? Imagine what this is doing to your body. Listen to David and Stephanie discuss the four simple steps in managing stress.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. We are challenging conventional western medical pharmacology; by offering a groundbreaking perspective that is long overdue. The pharmaceutical industry’s focus on the human body is the symptoms of disease – but only for as long as the body hosts disease. Therefore, maintaining and expanding disease, is a pre-condition for the steady growth of the pharmaceutical industry. Prevention would bring about its demise, but you must decide; YOUR FUTURE HEALTH DEPENDS ON WHAT YOU DECIDE.

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    The Aging Younger Show where the alternatives matter. We're undergoing a paradigm shift in America. Current medical thinking is based on treating disease, not promoting health. But chronic disease doesn’t just appear out of nowhere; disease can actually begin in youth and progress in an underlying state, until it reaches a threshold. When the symptoms appear from a disease, it is often times long after the disease has progressed.

    It makes good sense that if a chronic diseases doesn’t just appear out of nowhere and it actually begins in our youth and progresses at a sub-clinical level until it reaches a threshold such as symptom or even death; then properly nourishing our body, balancing hormones, adding the correct ionized water, taking verifiable supplements and exercising is logically the best answer.


    Since obesity leads to the number one killer in America today, Coronary Heart Disease, we will begin our show discussing the hormone leptin.