Derust Your Body!

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Sam said: “You can feel tired or exhausted for no specific reason. It doesn’t matter how old you are. Sometimes age doesn’t matter when it comes to signs of exhaustion.”

When you are in your late forties or in your fifties, you’d feel more drained and wiped as if you’re doing heavy duties of labor work, and the reason is that there is a kind of rust going on within your body.

b920bdd364b9087c163e5aec54f381a7Recently and according to Dr. Steven Gundry—a world-renowned cardiologist and health researcher—there is a simple solution to this problem. And it can make a night-and-day difference in your energy.

The solution involves ridding yourself of something he calls “body rust.”

“Picture an old, rusted-out Volkswagen Beetle from the 60s,” Dr. Gundry said in a recent interview. “That rust is caused by something called oxidation. The same thing happens to your cells over time—and it robs you of your youthful ‘pep.'”

Unlike that old Beetle, however, Dr. Gundry says your cells can be “derusted”—allowing you to regain your youthful energy and tremendously enhance your overall health.MoreRelated image

If you care for getting your energy back and feeling healthy and active, you can try the routine suggested and see if it would work for you.

What are you going to lose? Nothing! So give it a try and be full of energy again.

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