Lie about your age.

And get away with it.

Family Circle - - ON DUTY -


Our bod­ies can be younger or older than our ac­tual age de­pend­ing upon diet, life­style choices and phys­i­cal ac­tiv­ity. This is called bi­o­log­i­cal age, which could be dif­fer­ent than the age on your driver’s li­cense, which is called chrono­log­i­cal age. A re­cent study of over 900 adults who were tracked for 12 years, from ages 26-38, showed that peo­ple who were ag­ing faster, mean­ing that their bi­o­log­i­cal age was higher than their chrono­log­i­cal age, were not as healthy or phys­i­cally fit. This group was also more likely to show cog­ni­tive de­cline and was at a greater risk for age-re­lated health con­di­tions. A grow­ing body of re­search demon­strates that the keys to ag­ing suc­cess­fully are a com­bi­na­tion of ex­er­cis­ing reg­u­larly, keep­ing en­gaged with life, and main­tain­ing a healthy diet with nu­tri­tious foods. Th­ese three key el­e­ments could con­trib­ute to ag­ing grace­fully, and suc­cess­fully, too. POM Won­der­ful 100% Pomegranate Juice, known for its an­tiox­i­dants, is part of a healthy diet.


One easy way to get a head start on ag­ing suc­cess­fully is to add some­thing like POM Won­der­ful 100% Pomegranate Juice to your daily rou­tine. POM con­tains pomegranate polyphe­nols, an­tiox­i­dants known to com­bat un­sta­ble mol­e­cules that can cause dam­age to your cells. Th­ese harm­ful mol­e­cules are called free rad­i­cals. To max­i­mize the polyphe­nol an­tiox­i­dant lev­els, ev­ery 16oz bot­tle of POM con­tains the juice from four whole-pressed pomegranates. An in vitro study at UCLA found that pomegranate juice has, on av­er­age, more an­tiox­i­dant ca­pac­ity than red wine, cran­berry juice or green tea. It’s easy to en­joy all the healthy ben­e­fits of pomegranates ev­ery day with POM Won­der­ful 100% Pomegranate Juice. It’s great alone or added to your fa­vorite break­fast smoothie. So make POM part of your daily rou­tine. Your body will thank you.

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