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Living a long life – What it is and what it is not

My 100 Year Lifestyle Coach, Dr. Eric Plasker,  wrote this article I wish to share with our readers. In case you don’t know yet, I plan on living up to 100 and more. You could too.

Centenarians, people who are living to 100 or more, are one of the world’s fastest growing age groups.  Living to 80, 90 and above has become the norm. Will knowing that you may live a century or more lend urgency to your desire to change the way you approach your lifestyle? Will you choose a 60 or 70 year lifestyle and suffer the consequences along the way or will live your ideal 100 Year Lifestyle and make the most of every day along the way? 

The 100 Year Lifestyle Defined


  • Living a healthy, passionate, prosperous life, every day of your life, for 100 years and beyond
  • Great relationships with multiple generations and multiple circles of people
  • Lifelong learning, activity and adventure
  • Keeping your nervous system functioning without interference so you can adapt to your environment and function at your full potential
  • Financial freedom, abundance and independence
  • The perfect balance of exploration, play time and fun combined with meaningful work
  • Maximizing your genetic capabilities and making the most of your time, energy and talents
  • Keeping your original body parts functioning at full capacity and keeping your mind sharp
  • Accepting challenges, embracing change and adapting to the unexpected
  • Balancing the need for immediate gratification and a secure future
  • Trusting yourself. Yours to customize.

WHAT IT IS NOT…(The 60-70 year lifestyle)              

  • Rotting away as a human preservative in a nursing home
  • Abusing your body, masking symptoms with drugs, and then continuing to abuse yourself until one organ after the other has to be removed or replaced
  • All work and no play
  • Abusive relationships or isolation
  • Financial survival for 35 years and then barely squeaking by on Social Security and Medicare
  • Insignificant retirement where you become a meaningless number in a long line of an outdated system
  • Wearing out your body in the first 50 years and then suffering the consequences during the second 50 years
  • Accumulating wealth in the first 50 years and destroying relationships along the way, leaving you nobody to share it with
  • Creating wealth at the price of your health
  • Denying yourself the good things in life

Everyone deserves to be healthy and express their full potential from the time they are born through their last breath of life. Having a healthy spine and nervous system is crucial to living your ideal 100 Year Lifestyle. We are proud to provide this for you.

Make the changes you know you need to make today, and make them your new lifestyle.

Yours in True Health,

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