Ageing is the result of cumulative cellular damage that begins to occur from the moment of conception. As you reach physical and sexual maturity, the cumulative rate of damage increases in speed and intensity. The longer you wait to attack your rate of ageing the harder it is to get it under control and the harder it is to reverse its effects.
The Disease of Ageing is Inevitable. It is theorized to be the result of multiple factors:
- Cellular aging from free-radical damage causing accumulated defective mitochondria DNA
- Decline in Neuroendocrine Hormone Production & Release
- Loss of Intracellular Regulatory Enzymes
- Build-up of Toxic Intracellular Enzymes
- Cumulative chromosomal DNA damage resulting in harmful mutations, cancer, and immune decline
- The Law of Homeostatic Deviation (Loss of homeostatic mechanisms and negative feedback inhibition)
- The “Longevity Determinator” Telomere Theory – gradual shortening of the telomere with each cell division triggers cell senescence.
As a Result:
- The body shrinks in size.
- Fat is added inside your blood vessels.
- Fat is added inside your organs.
- Protein is lost from your bones.
- Protein is lost from your brain, heart, kidneys and lungs.
- Face shape becomes thinner because of bone loss.
- Nose becomes larger from cartilage growth.
- Rib cage widens.
- The waist enlarges from fat accumulation and intestinal organ growth causing the waist-hip ratio to reverse.
- The spine shrinks and curves with overall height loss.
- Heart muscle turns to fiber.
- Brain mass decreases.