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Resources For “The Ageproof Life” Book

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Part I

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Part II

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Part III

Chapter 3.1

Chapter 3.2

Chapter 3.3

Chapter 3.4

Chapter 3.5

Chapter 3.6

Chapter 3.7

Chapter 3.8

Chapter 3.9

Chapter 3.10

Chapter 3.11

Chapter 3.12

 

 

Part I, Chapers 1.0 - 1.3

Meditation need not have a spiritual dimension for you. Certainly, it can just be a mechanistic procedure to calm the mind, with neurological benefits manifesting as improved physiological well being. However, if you choose to focus on the spiritual dimension of your life, it will undoubtedly flower through meditation. Experienced meditators typically describe experiencing bliss, connection to the wholeness of life, and deep inner peace. These have been my experiences as well, and as I write this, I find myself desiring to recommit to my meditation practice.

Part II, Chapters 2.0 - 2.4

Meditation need not have a spiritual dimension for you. Certainly, it can just be a mechanistic procedure to calm the mind, with neurological benefits manifesting as improved physiological well being. However, if you choose to focus on the spiritual dimension of your life, it will undoubtedly flower through meditation. Experienced meditators typically describe experiencing bliss, connection to the wholeness of life, and deep inner peace. These have been my experiences as well, and as I write this, I find myself desiring to recommit to my meditation practice.

Part III, Chapters 3.0 - 3.12

Meditation need not have a spiritual dimension for you. Certainly, it can just be a mechanistic procedure to calm the mind, with neurological benefits manifesting as improved physiological well being. However, if you choose to focus on the spiritual dimension of your life, it will undoubtedly flower through meditation. Experienced meditators typically describe experiencing bliss, connection to the wholeness of life, and deep inner peace. These have been my experiences as well, and as I write this, I find myself desiring to recommit to my meditation practice.

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Ujjay Video

Chapter 3.2

Chapter 3.3


 

Listen to the following sound tracks using stereo headphones

 

 

 

For a collecction of brain entrainment videos, go toBrainwave Hub on Youtube

 

 

 

P.S. Read CNN’s Can meditation really slow aging, a really good and engaging summary of the researchers and the research on this topic.

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Chapter 3.4

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European Milk Thistle, 120 softgels


European Milk Thistle, 120 softgels

Milk thistle extract is one of nature’s most potent weapons to support liver health. Until recently, however, the technology hasn’t been available to fully harness this plant’s full benefits.1 The problem has been the star component of milk thistle, called silybin, does not dissolve well in water.2,3 This makes it difficult for your body to absorb all of it.2,4,5 Scientists have developed a novel technology to overcome silybin’s poor bioavailability. The solution is to mix silybin with a nutrient called phosphatidylcholine.

Phosphatidylcholine facilitates transport across the intestinal lining into the bloodstream, making it an ideal “carrier molecule” for silybin.4,5 Scientists believe that phosphatidylcholine molecularly bonds to silybin ushering it through the membranes of cells in the intestinal tract.4 This silybin-phosphatidylcholine complex is absorbed nearly five times better than silymarin alone, and its ultimate bioavailability to the liver, its target organ, is ten-fold greater than silymarin alone.6-8

This novel milk thistle extract with phosphatidylcholine contains standardized concentrations of silybin and isosilybin A and B not found in other milk thistle extracts.

Chapter 3.5

Chapter 3.6

Chapter 3.7

Chapter 3.8

Chapter 3.10

Chapter 3.11

Chapter 3.12

Chapter 3.