New Year's Eve
Carolisa Pomerantz and I celebrated our 20th New Year's Eve together at Pacific Mariners' Yacht Club, overlooking the boats in Marina del Rey that had first brought us together. I am extremely grateful for our mutual love and support.
New Year's Day is a puntuation mark, a fresh start on what life offers. The older we get, the harder it is to reverse aging, getting biologically younger while we age in experience and wisdom. New Year's Day gives a chance to begin again.
This past year I've had to confront some middle aged health issues that others faced long before I did. Still, it's time to rededicate myself to fixing these through lifestyle changes rather than relying solely on prescription medication, the premise of the anti-aging documentary "Reverse Aging Now," that all of us have the power to take charge of how we age.
One of the most profound differences between middle aged men and women, is that women get far more frequent physical checkups than men. 2014 is more of a pivitol year than it might seem on the surface. This is the first year of the Affordable Care Act (ADA), which is a major step forward to extending health care access to the baby boomer generation. Here's the best news for 2014: preventive care like annual checkups are often now included as part of your premium thanks to Obamacare. It's a matter of strategy; it's better to head off an issue in its early stages than later. If you're a guy and haven't had a recent checkup, get one; if you're a woman, keep them coming. May all of my readers have a healthy and prosperous 2014.
Don't forget to watch the anti-aging documentary "Reverse Aging Now," now also available with other anti-aging DVDs on ReverseAging.TV. Anti-Aging Diary c. 2014 Checkmate Pictures - Paul M. J. Suchecki - webmaster