How exciting it would be if we could prevent virtually all the chronic degenerative disease that we associate with the aging process - the heart disease, strokes, diabetes, arthritis, autoimmune disorders, multiple sclerosis, cancer, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease! And how even more exciting it would be if we could reverse these diseases once they occurred. And how exciting it would be after recovering from these maladies to know we could add ten or more years to our lives. The really exciting news is that all these things are now achievable - and without the need for expensive drugs.
And what's more, adequate scientific knowledge now exists to delay and even to reverse the aging process. So how is this possible? Consider the following:
Aging can be defined as an accumulation of progressive disease processes that finally result in breakdown of body functions - heart, brain, liver, kidneys, bones, and muscles. Thus, if we could prevent the major chronic degenerative diseases (atherosclerosis, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cancer, senile dementias) we would prolong healthy life. And if we "cured" or reversed these same diseases for people who have them, have we not, in fact, "reversed" the aging process in that individual? Even skeptics should agree that reversal or mitigation of these disease would significantly slowdown the aging process.
For the past thirty years I've been refining simple programs to prevent and reverse these common chronic diseases and slow down the aging process. I am now confident that this program can add ten to thirty years of healthy life to any average middle-aged American eating the average American diet!! (About 90% of the American people)
So, how does the Living-Healthier-Longer Program work? Here are the basics: First the program is customized to your personal metabolic, genetic and lifestyle profile. This program then serves as the basis for me to design a Living-Healthier-Longer Program customized to your personal needs.
All of this is at a small fraction of the expenses and morbidity involved in our traditional drug-and-surgery-based approaches to disease. Who among us wouldn't prefer preventing or reversing coronary artery disease, rather than taking a $200,000 journey to a life-threatening quadruple-artery cardio bypass surgery and years of drugs to follow? (Even if "my health insurance with pay for it.")
Or, preventing or reversing diabetes as opposed to daily insulin injections, infections that require hospitalization, kidney failure, weekly dialysis, feeling terrible and removing of gangrenous toes or feet?
Dr. Kroll's 2015 new book, "Living Healthier Longer With Dr. Ken Kroll" is available at Amazon Books.