One problem many people who want to live long, healthy lifestyles run into is that their family doctor is often operating from the wrong paradigm. He or she believes in reactive medicine rather than putting his or her energy in preventative therapies.
Most doctors are trained to wait until something’s seriously wrong before they take action this is exactly the wrong approach. Not only is it small-minded, but it’s dangerous to your health.
If you want to live long enough, it might be a good idea to find a physician who is of like mind.
“I recommend having an anti-aging specialist as your primary physician,” says Kekich. “If he or she is not an internist, find a good internist too, in case something goes wrong and you ever need treatment. Modern medicine usually equates to treatment over prevention. If you work with a good anti-aging physician, though, you’ll need only a fraction of the modern medicine our society has come to rely on.
“A good anti-aging doctor will start with an extensive blood panel to evaluate your present condition and to establish a baseline for you. He or she will recommend colonoscopies every 5–10 years after the age of fifty or sooner (this alone could reduce your colon cancer death chance by 90%), will schedule other important tests and will monitor your health and progress. If you’re over fifty and never had a colonoscopy, you’re playing with your life.”
Biblical is 120 years GOD SAID: Then the Lord said, “My Spirit shall not abide in man forever, for he is flesh: his days shall be 120 years.” Genesis 6:3
MAN SAID 80 David wrote: “The years of our life are seventy, or even by reason of strength eighty; yet their span is but toil and trouble; they are soon gone, and we fly away”. Psalms 90:10
Who will you believe?
Anti-Aging Consultant – Researcher