FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 7, 2004
Yes, we can reverse aging by isolating the factors that are aging
us before our time. How do we accomplish this?
It is accomplished through determining your biological age and
then taking the steps to make the necessary changes to stop aging
and reverse the process.
What is biological age exactly? It means that your chronological
age may be 35 but the body feels and has the health of a 65 year
old healthy person. The 65 represents the biological age.
Research centers around the world are reporting that even though
we are in the electronic computer age, individuals are suffering
from more stress than ever before. What does stress do to your body?
In one simple answer, it ages us before our time.
The Wall Street Journal will be featuring The Stress Age Questionnaire
Alexandra Gellman - Career Professional, Registered Behavioral
Coach, and Doctor of Homeopathic Medicine on Monday October 11,
The process involves answering 31 questions that will reveal how
old the body really feels with the contributions of an unhealthy
lifestyle, dietary choices, environmental toxins, mercury, hereditary
factors and stress. Try to answer the questions as accurately and
honestly as possible. Note that this is only a guideline to give
the individual insight as to what areas of your life need changes.
The questionnaire is divided into six sections: Chronological Age,
Dietary Choices, Daily Activities, Medical History, Medication,
Take the test and evaluate for yourself.
The test is available on line at
Or is part of her third book "Passageways to your Soul".
Alexandra would love to hear from you and would love to be interviewed
television, radio shows or for print media.
Take the test and start making the changes necessary to reverse
process. Hopefully in a year your biological age would be younger
Guru & Associates Wellness Inc.
600 Sherbourne Street, Suite 312
Toronto ON M4X 1W4
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