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Knowledge Is Power

Im 39 years old, overweight, having back surgery #4 soon, and yet I feel better then I’ve felt in 25 years.  You may think that sounds crazy, but it’s the truth.  I’ve learmed over the last few years that as we age our bodies produce less of the “chemicals” that help us metabolize food quickly, keep us energized, help us recover from exercise/daily tasks, keep our minds sharp, that keep our sex drive going, etc.  Now I’m not a physician and I’m not recommending a particular physician either.  However, what I am recommending is that if you are 35 or older it doesn’t hurt to have blood work done to see what is going on in your body.  Hormone levels, thyroid function, liver function, IGF-1 levels, DHEA levels, etc.  It can’t hurt to know and if something is off, you and your physician can come up with a plan to balance the imbalance.  Again knowledge is power.


John

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