Now is the time to explore your longevity potential!
Nearly 30 years ago, Max came to my office as a 98-year-old man who was crippled, broke, and alone. This beautiful soul was trapped in a broken-down body and he’d been suffering for decades. He asked, “Can you help me?”
At the time, my chiropractic practice was filled with young families, athletes, executives, and community leaders who got fantastic results, but a 100-year-old man?
Well, I was excited to see his results. He stood up straighter, his pain was reduced, and he started walking with more pep. Obviously, Max had been degenerating for decades. He never thought he was going to live to 100. Certainly, I wished I could have gotten to him decades sooner.
Then, I started asking our much younger families, “If you knew you were going to live to 100, how would you change your life today?” So, I listened and created a system around this perspective. Calculate your Minimum Potential Years Remaining now.
With 100-year-old people as one of the fastest growing age groups and assisted living centers on nearly every corner, we are surrounded by the advanced notice of our longevity potential. How you live your life today will contribute to your quality of life as you age.
Therefore, if you want to be active, travel, and enjoy your grandchildren, you might need to live differently.
Age has nothing to do with feeling younger. Certainly, how you take care of yourself throughout your life is vital, especially your spine and nervous system. Additionally, living from crisis to crisis and masking symptoms with a shoebox full of drugs is not the answer.
Without a doubt, The 100 Year Lifestyle principles we teach are changing people’s lives worldwide. As more and more people trust their innate intelligence over misinformation and mass marketing, the healthier we become as individuals and as a society.
So, don’t wait for a crisis to force you to act on your health and change. Be proactive! You’ll be glad you did.