There is a tendency to move into ‘cruise control’ when you get older. The excuses are many, but they tend to be associated with apathy and a lack of vitality.

The fastest group of population growth in the U.S. is centenarians, and the research shows that four key nutrients are necessary to support living a long and healthy life: Vitamin D, DHA, folate, and magnesium. These will be discussed in depth during your nutrition consultation.

There are many ways to look and feel young again. Some require a little effort, and many surprisingly, require no effort.

You might be surprised to know that a 30-minute session in a Full Spectrum Infrared sauna has the same cardiovascular benefit as running 2 – 3 miles, and the weight loss benefit of burning 600 calories while relaxing and enjoying the heat.

According to Israeli physician Nir Barzilai of the Institute for Aging Research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York:

“Today’s changes in lifestyle do in fact contribute to whether someone dies at the age of 85 or before age 75.”

After extensive interviews and surveys with centenarians, a pattern emerged with common themes: Positive attitude (happy people live longer—by 35 %), staying mentally alert, good eating habits, and moderate exercise.

Following in the footsteps of the research and going beyond, Wellspring introduces one of its signature programs: Silver Wings.

This is a 4-week, comprehensive program to nourish and strengthen the body and mind of those seniors wanting to live a long and vibrant life.

The program will focus on gratitude, stress-reduction, weight management, strength, and nutrition. Each week contains 5 sessions with individual therapists, practitioners, and physicians.

Periodic monitoring will ensure that your goals are on course.