Lifespan Predictor Reveals Your FUTURE in 60 Seconds
I’ve been accused of being a bit boring before.
But the truth is I have plenty of excitement in my life. I hunt, hike, mountain bike, and take regular “polar bear plunges” in an icy cold lake near my home.
I’m simply not a big fan of surprises. I prefer to KNOW what’s around the next corner.
As a result, I’m a planner. When I go on a trip, I like to have an itinerary. I hit the hay and bounce out of bed at the same times every day. And you can practically set your clock by my meal schedule.
That’s why I was excited to learn about a simple test that tells how long you will live.
It’s entirely free, takes just one minute, and is self-administered. Best of all, it can predict your risk of dying from heart disease or cancer.
And once you find out how easy it is, I’m sure you’ll want to take it immediately.
You don’t need me to tell you that staying physically fit is good for you.
Exercise helps you maintain a healthy weight and regulate your blood pressure. It can even give your immune system a boost.
And a recent study confirmed, yet again, that exercise can help you live longer, too.
The study put over 12,000 patients to the test. And when folks with “poor functional capacity” (a measurement of overall fitness to perform daily work activities) were compared to those in the “fit” group, the difference was stunning.
In the poor functional capacity group…
- Death rate from cardiovascular disease was three times higher
- Cancer deaths were doubled
- Other causes of death were three-fold higher
Could YOU pass the functional capacity test? There’s an easy way to find out.
Try climbing up four sets of stairs in under a minute.
If you pass the test, that’s fantastic! You have good functional capacity, and you’d fall into the group of people with a lower risk of dying from heart disease and cancer.
But if you fail the test, don’t panic – do something about it instead.
Get moving! It doesn’t matter WHAT kind of exercise you do… just do it regularly and aim for being a little breathless.
I like to take a brisk walk through the Arizona desert or cycle my way around town. Whatever your activity of choice is, keep it up for at least 30 minutes daily (the longer, the better).
Then after a few weeks, try the stair test again. And don’t be surprised when you improve.
Congratulations! You’ve just lowered your risk of heart disease and cancer.
Stick with it, and I predict a longer and healthier life in YOUR future.
P.S. A new study revealed a simple, five-minute exercise that can lower your blood pressure — and ultimately reduce your heart attack risk. Click here for the details.
“Performance on exercise test predicts risk of death from cardiovascular disease and cancer,” European Society of Cardiology Annual Meeting Presentation, Milan, Italy – December 2018, www.escardio.org
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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