welcome to... oh to be healthy!
As Chairman and Founder of England Squash Masters and England O60 Cricket and a current International at age group level in each, every season come rain or shine, a friend or colleague either dies, has a heart attack or has to give up due to one of the 75 degenerative diseases prevailing. And none of them had a clue or had ever done anything to prevent it...
Having suffered a major illness when I was 51, in 1997, I realised that I knew absolutely nothing about my inner body and how it worked. It was a wake up call and from that moment onwards I knew I had to do something more to keep my health, other than obviously having a balanced healthy diet.
I researched health and science studies and papers extensively and collated all my findings, but only shared it with my family.
I then discovered at the same time by going to Lifescan for a full MRI and CT Scan check, that due to an imperfect lifestyle when I was younger, I had one of the major 75 degenerative diseases and that it was quite advanced. Yet unlike a friend of mine who has the same disease and has to undergo a daily lethal cocktail of drugs and steroids to suppress his symptoms and at the same time wrecking his immune system, I have zero symptoms and a very strong and healthy immune system as the top quality Pharmaceutical Supplements I take, balance out my trillions of body cells second by second with antioxidants and micro nutrients. This limits free radical damage and oxidative stress which leads to degenerative disease. So in my case the disease is not preventable but containable.
Now I realise that having helped thousands to continue playing the sports they love by introducing Masters age groups, that the next stage was to maintain this equilibrium by sharing with them the knowledge of my findings on how their bodies work, why they get ill or suffer ailments, why they sometimes have to give their sport up prematurely and why some die. And why this is all actually preventable or containable in many cases if caught early enough!