What does keep the 70 year old Presidential nominee energized enough to tweet all hours, travel city to city to give speeches, while giving regular news programming interviews and cheering for his competitors demise?
If he is using an infrared sauna, that would explain a lot. Infrared saunas literally charges the body with its own energy giving your body the stamina of the energizer bunny. Infrared saunas have been proven to improve cardiovascular health including vigor, no matter the size of your hands.
We know that Mr. Trump has suffered with the high cholesterol a condition that millions of Americans fight each year and contributes to high blood pressure, heart disease and E.D. If Mr. Trump is using an infrared sauna we can see why this condition is a thing of the past for our Republican nominee.
- Dr. Harold N. Bornstein wrote that his blood pressure result from a recent physical was 110/65 and the lab results were “astonishingly excellent.”
Our bodies are pretty amazing. We are able to control our body temperature from getting too hot by using the air temperature around us but also by rushing fresh oxygen rich, nutrient rich blood throughout the body to cool us down and of course through sweating. When our body actively cools itself through sweating, not only do you lose 600 fat burning calories in a 30 minute infrared sauna session, but you are encouraging a passive cardiovascular workout. This passive cardiovascular workout encourages your body to produce high-density lipoproteins (good cholesterol) typically attained through exercise, reducing low-density lipoproteins (bad cholesterol) improving our blood pressure and heart health.
When we are able to increase blood flow to all areas of the body and charge cells with their own energy while providing oxygen rich nutrient rich blood to all areas of the body, we give ourselves a cleaning from the inside out.
Through detoxification, cardiovascular conditioning and a fully charged body you can have the “Astonishingly Excellent Health” energy and stamina at 70 that you did at 35.