Make Your Health Last as Long as Your Life

Maximizing "Health Span," the Number of Healthy Days in Your Life 

Just because you can afford retirement doesn't mean that you will have the quality of life to enjoy it. While a financial plan is important, a good health plan is critical. There is a difference between longevity, the amount of years you live, and health span, the number of years you live in good health. Two people, for example, each live to age 85. But while the first spends the last 20 years of life in a golf cart, the other spends those years in a wheelchair. Their respective longevity is the same, but their health spans are drastically different. 

In this timely program, Joe examines the lifestyle habits found in societies all over the world where people not only live longer, but also have extended years of good health. Learn what you can do now to maximize your "health span" and increase the number of years you will have good health.

In this seminar, participants will learn:
  • Which lifestyle habits most positively impact healthspan
  • How to institute such habits for a lifetime
  • How to improve strength, stamina and well-being, and reverse premature aging