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Anti-Aging Diary - monthly journey to youth, longevity and fitness from Reverse Aging Now, the anti-aging video
  The older we get the harder it is to reverse aging and then slow it down. We get squeezed by the pressures of our lives, until one day we look in the mirror and it registers. We're no longer the vibrant, fit, youthful, adults we once were. Is it possible to reverse aging? This ongoing diary will answer that question, at least for one person.    
 

Christmas 2006
I had always been unsympathetic to couch potatoes, blaming pear shaped bodies on laziness, yet in a Christmas Day 2006 photo with my mother Evelyn, and my brother Karl, I showed the classic Buddha belly of a stuck-to-the-seat TV addict. While writing, producing, and shooting the anti-aging DVD, Reverse Aging Now, I had stayed active, but the years spent sitting and editing the piece had taken their toll. In the fall, I had to suspend my playing tennis because of plantar fasciitis. Slowly, gradually I had gained weight.

Family - photo by Jennifer Petersen
   
I had become sedentary. Worse, although I faithfully exercised at least 4 times a week, by the end of December '06 I had started to feel chest pains. They continued over a three day period, on a tennis court, while bike riding and simply at rest. Heart trouble had started to afflict my 45 year old brother. It contributed to my my uncle's death at 60 and my father's death at 44. It was time to act while I still could. This site will document my attempt to reverse my own aging as I answer the question, at least for me, "Can We Reverse Aging?" - Paul M. J. Suchecki