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ON AVERAGE, WE live 8 years longer than we did in 1970. The problem is, even though we’re living longer than we ever have before, we are not necessarily living healthier. In fact, we are living sicker in the last 10-15 years of life.

Modern medicine and medical treatments are prolonging our lives, even helping us live with diseases that were otherwise fatal.

But we’re also in the habit of reacting to and medicating diseases that are preventable: diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, sleep apnea, certain cancers among other common complex diseases. Quality of life has suffered in this paradigm.

It’s regrettable, but it’s changing. We’re becoming increasingly curious…

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