Are Chemical Boosts Good For Aging Bodybuilders?
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Fitness and good health are not an accidental happening. Aging and remaining fit and healthy is even less of an accident.
We must each work at being fit and healthy by adopting a healthy lifestyle, having a good exercise program and practicing healthy eating habits.
Dr. Walter Bortz said in his book, "The Roadmap to 100: The Breakthrough Science of Living a Long and Healthy Life," that "Fitness is a 30 year age offset.
A fit person of 70 is similar to an unfit person of 40. And the galling thing is that it costs us $2,000 per year (in medical bills) to pay for people being unfit."
Alan Mintz, MD, was recently interviewed about his groundbreaking medical approach to halting and reversing aging after seeing premature deaths in his family.
Dr. Mintz said that he had retired from his radiology practice to establish Cenegenetics, thus switching from treatment of diseases to preventative medicine.
Cenegenetics focuses on exercise, diet and hormone therapy using human growth hormones (HGH) and steroids to provide fitness and health to the aging.
The before-and-after photos on their website are amazing.
As we age our bodies produce less and less of the hormones that rebuild tissue, metabolize proteins and supply energy to power our physical activities.
Exercise and a healthy diet are important, but past a certain point, the hormonal loss is telling.
Using chemicals to enhance athletic performance and build muscle tissue while we are young raises moral questions, particularly since abuse of these bodybuilding chemicals can be very harmful.
Using these same chemicals to reverse aging and enhance life may be a very good thing.
It's a "quality of life" issue. We have made a conscious decision to be fit and healthy. We exercise daily and eat a well balanced diet of natural foods. Our bodies still age.
Consistent with our healthy lifestyle, isn't it our imperative to avail ourselves of medically supervised hormonal supplementation?
Most obituaries should read, "Died of Disuse." An article from the Journal of the American Medical Association about the actual causes of death cited that sitting on the couch is what kills you.
Many people get to the last stages of body-rot before they go to the doctor asking to be cured.
You and I have chosen not to allow our bodies (and minds) to vegetate in front of the television set.
It is a natural extension of our personal program that we should explore every medically sanctioned protocol to make our bodies the best they can be.
Doctor Bortz raises the issue in his book, "Why aren't more doctors trained more to deal with health rather than in disease?" It is his contention that medical practitioners get paid when you are sick because you don't go see them when you're not.
Dr. Bortz went on to say that he had just lectured 600 doctors at Kaiser Medical Center. "They were all fat."
He says, "If the doctors themselves can't stay healthy, why would they be able to help you live to 100?" It is his belief that humans are "entitled" to live to 100, it is our birthright.
But, do we want to live to 100 just to live that long? Of course not, we want to live a healthy, active and productive life. If supplements are the answer to this equation, then by all means, we should use them.
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