Biological age and physiological age are not always the same. You have a calendar or chronological age and a physiological age. Physiological age is the active rate at which your body is aging. It is a true measurement of your health and quality of life. Many factors predispose to premature aging: poor diet, lack of exercise, toxins, lack of adequate sleep, and stress. Our goal is to help you identify factors you can change in your life and to improve your physiological age and your quality of life. Healthy aging can still be achieved after menopause and andropause.

Our world is full of toxins and additives to foods, which make you sicker and fatter. 78% of the population was overweight by 2007. Each year our population suffers from worse health and a progression in age related diseases.