The number of candles you blow out on your birthday doesn’t determine how old you are. In fact, we have two ages: a chronological age, our age based on when we were born, and a biological age, which refers to how old our body truly is.
Depending on factors that include eating, stress, exercise, sleep habits, family history, behaviors and existing conditions, your biological age will be higher or lower than your chronological age.
The good news is you have control over how you age. Here are five simple steps to help you turn back the clock and grow younger.
– Sebastien Saitta, The SWFL 100