Are you reaching, or are you already in, the ‘Best Ages’?
If you’re in your 50s, these years are considered the start of the best age. For many people their children are virtually independent, there is a bit more disposable income now that school fees don’t have to be paid and we are more mature, wiser, interested in the world around us and experiencing life in a more meaningful way. With less parental responsibility and life not revolving around grown children as much anymore, you are committed to enjoying your fifties. Getting older doesn’t mean we have to feel older. Today’s 50 and 60 year olds don’t seem as old as they used to, do they?
Although ageing is inevitable, it should be embraced gracefully. Like the saying goes, old age is a privilege denied to so many. Today the emphasis is on ageing well and maintaining health. Throughout our lives our bodies are constantly making new cells and repairing our bodies. The internal growth and renewal never stops. Immune cells only live for two days while red blood cells that carry oxygen live for just four months so the body never stops making new cells. As we age we need to support that process. Following a good diet, keeping your weight down, staying active and exercising often, getting enough rest, keeping your mind active and constantly learning new things are all advised as ways to age well. And supplementing your diet with Bio-Strath every day is an excellent way to ensure your body gets 61 good quality nutrients it needs every day. So if you’re a ‘best ager’ and in your 50s or older, Bio-Strath is definitely the supplement you should choose.
Bio-Strath is made in Switzerland from a unique selection of herbs and plants that each benefit the various systems in the body. Being natural, it is completely bio-available so nothing is wasted. Several clinical studies have shown that Bio-Strath helps promote well-being by decreasing fatigue and supports the body during periods of physical and mental stress. It is also a source of antioxidants. No wonder Bio-Strath is trusted by hundreds of thousands of people in 67 countries around the world.