Last Updated on 22 September 2020 by Ray Plumlee
Not the best way to approach aging? I say this because I have learned what I know now by trial and error. My hope and the purpose of this website is to help you avoid a lot of those same trials and errors I made. I have tried and discarded many anti-aging techniques.
In this post I am discussing how I will tie the various articles on this site together. When I say together I mean how I used or considered the various supplements, exercise regimens, alternative medicine techniques etc. in my lifestyle regimen. To discuss this I will have to use a timeline of my life beginning in the late 1980’s when I was in my 30’s.
Epiphany One (Early 1980’s age 30’s):
Take supplements! You can not eat enough or the variety of modern food to get all the nutrients your body requires every day, day in and day out. In a post coming very soon I will discuss what kind of supplements at a minimum you should take.
Epiphany Two (Late 1980’s age 30’s to 40’s):
Stay out of the sun or protect yourself from it! Some sun is good for you but too much sun is very, very bad for you! More on this in upcoming posts.
Epiphany Three (1990’s age 40’s):
Skin care is easy! A little research some determination and a dose of common sense is all you need to limit or even erase skin damage. The sooner you start the more success you will enjoy. Stay tuned for another upcoming article on some common sense easy to do skin care for men.
Epiphany Four (2000’s 40’s to 50’s):
Keep the weight off! This is where I started learning about various diets and the futility of dieting. Dieting is bad for you! There are all kinds of diets out there but I have found the best diet is a lifestyle diet. Dieting for weight loss is a waste of time and can be unhealthy. I believe eating the way our ancient ancestors ate is more in line with the way our bodies were designed/have evolved to consume food. There will be many upcoming articles on this most important topic.
Epiphany Five (2014-2015 age 67-68):
Alternative medicine treatments. I began trying alternative treatments such as subliminal messages, Self-Hypnosis, EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation), Binaural Beats (Brain Wave Entrainment), Isochronic Tones, Massage Therapy etc. I haven’t tried Acupuncture yet but am considering it. This phase of my journey is still very new and any results are still unclear but some are encouraging. I will have more articles on this topic as time goes on.
These topics will be the focus of all my future discussions and will be written in such a way that each topic will direct you to the appropriate articles populating this site. In this manner I will be able to guide you along many of the same paths I took but you won’t have to grope in the dark the way I did.