“Youth has no age”—Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
We all desire to live long and healthy lives; none of us want to deal with the declining health or chronic diseases commonly associated with aging. If given a choice, wouldn’t we all like to live full, active, healthy lives and when the time comes, make a quick, graceful exit rather than a long, painful decline? I call this more desirable model of a lifespan, “Healthy Aging”, which refers to the physical, emotional and social aspects of our lives. These considerations are part of the total picture of optimum health, and when considering your healthcare evaluations, ask yourself these questions:
- Is your body as strong and healthy as it was 15 years ago? Do you wish it were?
- How will you feel in one year, or five, or fifteen?
- Is your doctor carefully evaluating how healthy you are?
- Did your doctor tell you, “Your tests are normal for your age”, but is that the standard you want to use?
- Do you have questions and want more information about anti-aging approaches to maximizing health?
- Do you know enough about how to protect your health to get the most out of life?
- Are you concerned that your family history puts you at risk of disease?
Your micronutrients, hormones, and inflammation markers all hold the key to your vitality, health and longevity. This is proven science that you should know about, so please call my office for a comprehensive evaluation.
Rouzbeh Sattari M.D.ABIHM
American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
Age Management Medicine
Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement