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Barley Juice for Seniors

Barley Juice for Seniors

Green barley Juice for SeniorsThere are well over 30 million senior citizens in the U.S. alone and this segment of the population is growing. Those who have adopted a healthy lifestyle can remain active and productive. (About 50,000 seniors in the U.S. are still drawing a paycheck at age 90) Those who do not choose a healthy lifestyle will probably live the last few years of their life being cared for by others. Factors that affect seniors nutritional health are decreased caloric intake, impaired absorption, poor dentition, drug/slash nutrient interactions, limited activities or handicaps, low income, altered taste perception, loneliness, lack of transportation or any combination of these.

The National Cancer Institute has presented studies which show that with every 5-year increase of age, there is a doubling of the incidence of cancer. The elderly often suffer from nutritional deficiencies which are manifested by a weakened immune system which leaves them prey to respiratory infections, pneumonia, which are manifested by a weakened immune system which leaves them prey to respiratory infections, pneumonia, urinary tract infections, Shingles and other serious health problems. Because the gastrointestinal tract absorbs nutrients less efficiently with age, the elderly need more nutrients in their diet. One or two of AIM's PrepZymes with each meal will assure good digestions and absorption.

Green Barley juice for Seniors is particularly well suited for this age group because it requires little preparation (as quick as a cup of instant tea), is assimilated very quickly and efficiently if taken on an empty stomach, no chewing is required, is easy to store, and, most of all the Green barley Juice, provides the complete spectrum of nutrients for any Senior to get what his or her body needs to stay healthly.

What Does Green Barley Juice do and Who Needs it?

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