Leading a Primed Lifestyle feels great. You get more energy, better cognitive function, great skin, regular bowel movements, no stomach issues and you are fighting disease as opposed to feeding it.
You know you feel great and now thanks to some state-of-the-art technology the Primed Lifestyle has more proof positive that it does work.
I was lucky enough to be a guest of my friend Valentine Sarmiento for the Anti-Ageing Expo held on Friday (and Saturday 15th of November, 2015) in Ortigas.
Chad’s Official Results from the State-of-the-Art Machines from the Anti-Ageing Expo
Official Age: 46
Body Age: 32
Difference: 14 years
Weight: 62.2 kilos
Body Fat: 11.6% (for men normal is 10 to 19.9% and 9.9% and less is low). For ladies 20 to 29.9% is normal.
Visceral Fat: 5% (1 to 9 is normal and 10 to 14 high)
Body Mass Index: 20.9 (normal range is 18.5 to 25- 22 is ideal apparently)
Basal Metabolic Rate: 1528 (is the base rate at which your body consumes calories for basic metabolic functions)
Skeletal Muscle: 36.5%
Skin Carotenoid Score: 49,000 (is a measurement of anti-oxidants in your skin). 40,000 ~ 49,000+ High presence of skin carotenoids refer to people who eat healthy diets high in fruits and vegetables. We used the Pharmanex BioPhotonic Scanner for our Skin Carotenoid measurement as seen on Dr. Oz.
What does my Skin Carotenoid Score mean?
Your Skin Carotenoid Score is a measurement of the presence of carotenoid antioxidants in your skin. Carotenoids are powerful antioxidants found in abundance in certain fruits and vegetables. Carotenoids neutralize damaging free radical molecules and are absorbed in human plasma and tissue, providing an excellent indicator of a person’s antioxidant level.
“The amount of antioxidants a person maintains in their body is directly proportional to how long they will live.” Richard Cutler MD Former Director Anti-Aging Department at the National Institutes of Health.
Why You Should Exercise and Lift Weights/build Muscle
Skeletal muscle is defined as the type of muscle you can see and feel. When you exercise or lift weights, its the skeletal muscle mass you are building. The more muscle you have, the more calories you will burn. Increasing skeletal muscle mass can also help you prevent “rebound” weight gain after a diet or exercise program. Your metabolism rate is greatly affected by your skeletal muscle mass.
Skeletal Muscle Chart Below:
Skeletal Muscle Chart from here
If you want to go then please text me at 0929-421-2148 and I can arrange it through Valentine. I thoroughly recommend it as it was both fun and enlightening.