The advice for a person under 35 is
fundamentally different than advice for an older
person. Eat right, exercise, avoid toxic
substances (nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, etc.),
drink lots of distilled water and get plenty of
sleep. Of course, this all applies to the over
35 group as well, but there is more to the task
of staying young after you are no longer young.
Doctors usually divide aging up into minimal
aging, normal aging and abnormal aging.
Minimal aging is what
occurs when you take the best possible care of
your body, including utilizing modern
nutritional science. People who do this
typically look ten to twenty years younger than
their chronological age.
Normal aging happens when
you are taking the best care of your body, but
you are not taking advantage of what is offered
by modern nutritional and medical science to
maintain your youth: vitamins, minerals,
hormonal therapy, etc.
Abnormal aging comes from
abuse of the body: smoking, drinking, subjecting
yourself to stress, etc. If slowing the aging
process is what you want, and if you are going
to choose a doctor to help you, I suggest that
you ask that doctor's age, then step back and
take a long look at that person. If this person
is not looking a lot younger than the stated
age, look elsewhere for someone who knows and
practices the information of anti-aging.