For Many Staying Healthy Can Be Challenging From Early On.

THE RAPID SPREAD OF OBESITY OVER THE LAST DECADES IS AFFECTING PEOPLE ALL AROUND THE WORLD AND THE RELATED HEALTH ISSUES ARE BEING EXPERIENCED BY SOME FROM EARLIER IN LIFE THAN EVER BEFORE.

Watch How The World Became Obese Since 1975
Excess weight may increase the risk for many chronic health problems, including:
> High Blood Pressure
> Osteoarthritis
> Heart Disease and Strokes
> Type 2 Diabetes
> Certain Types of Cancer
> Sleep Apnea
> Fatty Liver Disease
> Kidney Disease

Source: US Dept. Of Health & Human Services

For Most Achieving Long Lasting Health Is Improbable.
BY THE TIME MOST U.S. ADULTS (80%) REACH 65 YEARS OF AGE, THEY SUFFER FROM AT LEAST ONE CHRONIC DISEASE.
A LARGE MAJORITY (65%) SUFFERS FROM TWO OR MORE.
Top 10 Chronic Conditions in US Adults 65+
  1. High Blood Pressure (58%)
  2. High Cholesterol (47%)
  3. Arthritis (31%)
  4. Coronary Heart Disease (29%)
  5. Diabetes (27%)
  6. Kidney Disease (18%)
  7. Heart Failure (14%)
  8. Depression (14%)
  9. Alzheimer & Dementia (11%)
  10. Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (11%)

Source: U.S. NATIONAL COUNCIL ON AGING

US Adults (65+)
suffer from two chronic conditions or more
US Adults (65+)
suffer from at least one chronic condition
Chronic Diseases Lead MOST PEOPLE (88%) To An Early Grave.
CHRONIC DISEASES NOT ONLY ROB THEIR VICTIMS OF THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE DAILY BUT THEY ARE ALSO THE NUMBER ONE KILLER IN HIGH INCOME COUNTRIES.

Top 10 Causes Of Death In High Income Countries:

1. Ischaemic heart disease
2. Stroke
3. Alzheimer disease and other dementias
4. Trachea, bronchus and lung cancers
5. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
6. Lower respiratory infections
7. Colon and rectum cancers
8. Diabetes mellitus
9. Kidney diseases
10. Breast cancer
According to the World Health Organisation, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) caused 71% of deaths globally, ranging from 37% in low-income countries to 88% in high-income countries. All but one of the 10 leading causes of death in high-income countries were NCDs.
CAN WE BEAT THESE GRIM ODDS AND PREVENT CHRONIC CONDITIONS?

PUBMED, THE U.S. GOVERNMENT’S ONLINE LIBRARY, CURRENTLY HOSTS OVER 196,000 SCIENTIFIC STUDIES DISCUSSING THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AND ITS LINKS TO MANY CHRONIC DISEASES.

Yet most are unaware of:
> what oxidative stress and free radicals are.
> how harmful excessive exposure is.
> how to avoid becoming its victim.
TO ACHIEVE LONG LASTING HEATLH, PROACTIVE PREVENTION IS KEY.
WE BELIEVE THAT LONG LASTING HEALTH CAN BE ACHIEVED BY PREVENTING EXCESSIVE BODY FAT AND EXCESSIVE OXIDATIVE DAMAGE.
INTRODUCING A PROTOCOL FOR OPTIMUM HEALTH
OUR HEALTH PROTOCOL CONSISTS OF FOUR COMPLEMENTARY STRATEGIES: BODY FAT REDUCTION, OXIDATIVE STRESS REDUCTION, OXIDATIVE STRESS RESISTANCE AND LIFESPAN EXTENSION
OUR FOUR STRATEGIES ARE DIVIDED IN 6 SIMPLE DAILY TACTICS
OH PROTOCOL
BODY FAT REDUCTION
OXIDATIVE STRESS REDUCTION
OXIDATIVE STRESS RESISTANCE
LIFESPAN EXTENSION
Regular Exercise
Ketogenic Diet
Time Restricted Eating
Daily Cold Showers
Carbon 60 in Oil
Molecular Hydrogen
TAKE THE CHALLENGE
HELP ADVANCE OUR RESEARCH
1. Pick at least 2 elements from our protocol
2. Do it daily for at least 12 months
3. Become healthier!