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There are certain health conditions that are more likely to occur as we age.  

Cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and cognitive decline to name just a few. A weaker immune system (immunosenescence) and an inevitable longer exposure to free radicals (accumulating cellular damage) are biological contributory causes of declining health as we age.  

Stress, infections, toxins exposure, lack of exercise together with individual biochemistry (genetic susceptibility, nutrient deficiency, hormone imbalance), can accelerate the ageing process. Similarly, lengthy exposure to multiple medicines can result in nutrient deficiency and side effects, negatively contributing to an already fragile system.  

We encourage healthy lifestyle habits in conjunction with  balanced, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant enriched nutrition. This can all help to prevent and support chronic conditions which are becoming more common in an ageing population.

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