Watch: Donna Gates & Ann Louise Gittleman talk growing better with age
Is aging optional? This is what Ann Louise Gittleman discusses in her new book, Radical Longevity, and in our latest Body Ecology Living Podcast interview. Listen in as Donna and Ann Louise chat about natural ways to pump the brakes on aging and share several of Ann Louise’s best-kept secrets.
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Take a look at the highlights from their interview:
- Immunity is everything. Ann Louise’s first “radical rule” in her new book is a practical one, she says, particularly when coming out of a pandemic. Address the many toxicities and deficiencies you may be facing — like running low on vitamin C, vitamin D, or melatonin – and you’ll be much better off and have a healthier lifestyle to build on.
- You’re probably not sleeping enough. It’s not uncommon to start getting up at 3 or 4 a.m., sometimes waking up every two hours, because of the onslaught of EMFs (electric and magnetic fields), Ann Louise says. One of the most important things you can do, especially as you get older, is to unplug all EMF devices at night and also make sure your router is unplugged to disable Wi-Fi.
- Your skin is a second liver. Whatever’s going on in your liver is going to come out in your skin. As Ann Louise explains, anything good for the inside is good for the outside too. She suggests using 2 tablespoons a day of healthy omega-6 oils, like raw pumpkin seed, pine nut, and hemp, to chase away eczema, psoriasis, and other skin issues.
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Expand your ‘youth span’ and stop aging now
Take a moment to watch Donna and Ann Louise’s full interview above or click here to listen. To get more of Ann Louise’s exclusive anti-aging secrets, order your own copy of Radical Longevity and claim your three free, bonus health guides now.