Your Anti-Aging Checklist

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Your Anti-Aging Checklist
Are you looking for ways to get healthy and peel the years off your body? Dr. Oz and Dr.
Roizen are back with the ultimate anti-aging checklist. Don't wait until you're falling apart change the way you look at life and start your path to health today. You'll feel better, look better, be healthier and could actually live longer!

Food

Antioxidants (5 servings a day)

In brightly colored foods like blueberries, sweet potatoes, broccoli, tomatoes and acai

Green and white tea (4 cups a day)
Red wine or Concord grape juice (1 glass a day)
Fiber (25 grams a day)

In fruits, vegetables, beans, brown rice, whole wheat pasta, "100 percent" whole grain bread and chia

Omega 3 fatty acids

In roasted or ground flax seeds, walnuts, hemp, salmon and spirolina algae

Olive oil (1 to 2 tablespoons a day)

Do not heat this delicate oil to smoking point or it will be damaged and lose its benefits

Exercise

Get your heart rate up (3 times a week)

Find your target exercising heart rate: 220 - [your age] X .80

Do strength training (30 minutes a week)

Meditation

Yoga, prayer or meditation (5 minutes a day)
Releases nitric oxide, which relaxes blood vessels

Sleep and Sex

Sleep (7 to 8 hours a night)
Monogamous sex (2 to 3 times a week)

Vitamins

Vitamin D (1,000 units a day)
Calcium (600 mg twice a day) with Magnesium (200 mg twice a day)
DHA Omega-3 (600 mg a day)
Baby aspirin (2 a day, for a total of 162 milligrams)
Multivitamin (Take half in the morning, half in the evening)

Pre-menopausal women need a multivitamin with iron and 5,000 units of vitamin A. Men and postmenopausal women need just 2,500 units of vitamin A.

As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program

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