Is it Possible to Slow the Aging Process?

Our Safest Environment . . . But We are there for only nine months.

A mother provides her unborn child with a most favorable environment. Her body provides the growing, unborn child with nourishment and a super-safe, super-clean environment. Scientists tell us that the developing child has exposure to few environmental risks. His mother’s body protects him from shock and from biological and chemical contaminations.

We are Born into a  Risk-Filled Environment

But once a child is born, he no longer has his mother’s body protecting him from harm. And almost immediately after the child is born, the risks begin.

The risks occur from physical contact with his environment. Bacteria, viruses, chemicals, radioactivity, UV, vibration, sound, as well as an extended list of additional expected and unexpected substances and risks.

As Much as Possible, the Family Seeks to Protect the Child from all  known risks.

But despite the family’s best efforts, statistics reveal that children are increasingly suffering from illness and disabilities. The news is not good: Rising rates of childhood diseases.


About 43% of US children (~14 million out of 32 million) have at least 1 of 20 different chronic health conditions.[1] Even more worrisome is that the incidence rates of the following diseases and conditions have shown significant increases in the last 20 years, but with no clear explanations: cancer,[2] asthma and allergies[3] – including allergies requiring hospitalization[4] – Type 1 diabetes,[5] inflammatory bowel disease,[6] behavioral and learning disabilities,[7] and (although it is somewhat debated) autism spectrum disorder.[8]

PM2.5, fossil fuels