Why Blood Flow Is One Of The Most Important Aspects of Longevity

"YES, I Want Healthy Blood Flow"

Today I’m going to reveal why having healthy blood flow is one of the most important aspects of longevity.

I Made A Huge Mistake

Unfortunately, I’m going to confess to the fact that years ago, I made a huge mistake by not focusing on healthy blood flow and circulation.

I spent a lot more time improving my parents and clients:

  • Cholesterol levels
  • Blood pressure
  • Blood sugar
  • Losing unwanted body fat
  • Memory and cognition
  • Etc., etc.

I did this because I have a family history of heart problems and these are all primary contributing factors. In fact, heart problems kill more people each year, than all the other diseases combined.7

The Common Denominator

However, what I mistakenly overlooked was the fact that all of these factors have ONE thing in common: poor blood flow and circulation.

Most people, including myself and other doctors, take for granted how crucial healthy blood flow is to your longevity and vitality.

Problems Associated With Poor Circulation

Most people don’t realize that poor circulation can lead to1-6

  • Peripheral artery disease (PAD), causes numbness, and nerve and tissue damage.
  • Heart problems 
  • Blood pressure and blood sugar problems
  • Memory and cognition problems. Remember, blood runs through your entire body AND brain.
  • Raynaud’s disease, which has cold hands and feet.
  • Accelerated aging — hair loss, wrinkling, varicose veins, fat gain, and muscle loss.
  • For guys, erectile problems and impotence. Even shrinkage of penis size!

In fact, there are many other problems associated with poor blood flow, but I think you get the point.

Vital Nutrients In Your Blood

What you and I both need to remember is that your blood contains:

Oxygen, which gives life to every cell in your body Proteins, to help repair and grow muscle, hair, organs, bones, etc.

Anti-aging hormones, which make you look and feel young… And enzymes, nutrients, and everything you need to live… To grow, heal and thrive!

Of course, babies have the best blood flow and you can clearly see it in the glow of their skin, eyes, hair, and how quickly they heal and grow.

Problem With Poor Blood Flow

Unfortunately, as we age, your blood flow isn’t as strong as it used to be. Plaque, heavy metals, and calcium build up in your arteries, veins, and blood vessels…

Reducing circulation and thus, there’s less “life-promoting” oxygen getting to all your cells.

Unfortunately, this results in less youthful hormones and nutrient-rich blood, being delivered to every muscle, organ, and moving body part.

Because of poor blood flow, your body slows down its internal healing and cleansing process.

You begin to get sick more often. You feel tired and fatigued. You become more forgetful.

You have more aches and pains and eventually, you start to get injured more readily and often.

Your skin loses that elasticity and youthful shine. Your hair begins to thin and look brittle and dry. Basically, you start to LOOK and FEEL “OLD”!…

All because of poor blood flow and circulation!

My Dad’s Heart Problems

Now, I mention all of this because a few years ago my dad had serious heart problems, despite having healthy cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels.

I was in shock when it all happened. However, the problem was poor blood flow to his brain.

I write today’s article because I don’t want YOU or someone you know to go through the pain, suffering, and expense that my family did with my dad’s stroke.

I don’t want you to put yourself at any health risk, including accelerated aging, all because you didn’t focus on improving your blood flow and circulation.

Now, under this article, I’ve got a link to a simple, yet a powerful option that supported healthy blood flow for my dad. Something you can easily “copy” and use for yourself.

  1. Circulation problems: Controllable risks – Circulation problems. (n.d.)
  2. Mayo Clinic Staff. (2015, March 4). Raynaud’s disease.
  3. Mayo Clinic Staff. (2014, February 22). Thrombophlebitis.
  4. Mayo Clinic Staff. (2016, January 22). Varicose veins.
  5. The health effects of overweight and obesity. (2015, June 5)
  6. Treating leg circulation problems. (n.d.)
  7. http://www.theheartfoundation.org/heart-disease-facts/heart-disease-statistics

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