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Jan
15

Live Longer — Start Now

Sure we all want to live to see it, but how long will that take? How long do we want to live, how healthy do we want to be while doing it, and what are we prepared to do to bring those outcomes about?

Phil  and Stephen welcome Christine Peterson to  discuss her upcoming Personalized Life Extension conference and her new book, 17 Tactics for Health, Longevity, and Brain Fitness.

Christine will share the latest insights on how to:

  • Increase mental and physical energy
  • Reduce body fat
  • Lower chronic stress
  • Improve your mood
  • Get better sleep
  • Delay the diseases of aging
  • Achieve higher cognitive function and better memory retention

Starting later this week, the most recent Personalized Health Conference Series will be available online at no charge via Christine’s new site, Healthactivator.com. That’s 10 Days of the latest groundbreaking information in optimized health, longevity and brain fitness brought to you by the expert.

World Transformed listeners are eligible for a $50 discount on registration for the upcoming online conference. Just go to healthactivator.com and use our special code  TRANSFORMED when registering.

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About Our Guest

Christine Peterson is a visionary and pioneer, a true transformer of the world.  She writes, lectures, and briefs the media on coming powerful technologies, especially nanotechnology and life extension. She is Co-Founder and Past President of Foresight Institute, chair of the Personalized Life Extension Conference series, and the driving force behind healthactivator.com. She is also a pioneer in the open source software movement and the coiner of the term “open source.”

 

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  1. DCWhatthe says:

    Nice alternative to jump roping, and much, much, easier on the joints – Rebounding (mini-trampoline). I used to jump rope a lot, but since doing the min-trampoline, it’s just a lot more addictive, more fun, and rhythmic.

    I use the Urban Rebounder, have done so for about 3 years, but no doubt there are cheaper but same quality rebounders out there.

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