Aging is a persistent decline in the age-specific fitness components of an organism due to internal physiological degeneration.’ (Michael Rose, noted expert in evolutionary biology).

Physiological degeneration is relatively time dependent, as it is based on the relative balance of degeneration vs. regeneration in one’s body; the rates of degeneration & regeneration vary greatly from individual to individual and species to species. Degeneration can be slowed or reduced, and regeneration can be sped up or enhanced.

This definition pertains primarily to ‘Biological’ aging and although it tends to correlate with chronological aging it is not a perfect match. In other words, although there is a strong correlation between chronological & biological aging, it is far from a direct ‘causal’ relationship. Increased time, which is directly correlated with chronological age, allows for the accumulation of the degenerative effects of stress to take a toll on the individual. With appropriate countermeasures to enhance the natural regenerative processes, much of this otherwise cumulative damage can be either prevented or reversed.


There are at least five types of aging that have been identified and discussed in the scientific and popular literature*: 

  • Chronological
  • Biological
  • Appearance
  • Psychological
  • Social

Our focus is on Biological Age & Appearance Age which correlate very well

Obviously, no one can turn back the chronological clock, that is what it is, but that is JUST a number.

One’s Biological Age & Appearance Age are completely different stories, as everyone has observed. There’s a HUGE range in how quickly or slowly an individual ages Biologically, and this has a huge influence on the age they appear to be (appearance).

Biological Age is a function of one’s genetics and environment which includes lifestyle. The environment and lifestyle account for an estimated 80-90% of the equation, while genetics only contributes 10-20%. Therefore, how you live your life matters if you are interested in living a longer, healthier life.

We have developed a comprehensive Age Reversal Program that is customized to the individual based on their current health and goals. It incorporates attention to one’s Body Structure, Nutrition, and the 4Ms (Microcirculation, Mitochondria, Metabolism, and Muscle (Metabolic Reserves)). We put all of these components into what we call The Wolverine Healing Protocol which ramps up your body’s Regenerative abilities while reducing the Degenerative effects of cumulative stress over the years and going forward.


The first step is to reach out to set up an initial consultation where we can learn more about your specific situation, needs, and goals and you can learn more about our program and how we can help you to achieve your Age Reversal health & appearance goals.

*Here are some details about the different types of aging from Several typographical errors have been corrected.

Chronological aging

  • Chronological age is the number of years from birth to the current date.
  • It’s age in years, months, days, and so on. This is the most common method of determining one’s age.

Biological aging

  • Biological aging is the progressive decline in the physiological ability of a person to meet demands that occurs over time.
  • The core principle of biological aging is that age is a result of damage to numerous cells and tissues in your body.
  • Biological age, also known as physiological or functional age, differs from chronological age in that it considers a variety of elements other than the day of birth

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Appearance aging

  • With age, the appearance of the face and neck changes.
  • The face appears flabby or drooping due to a loss of muscle tone and thinning skin.
  • Sagging jowls can give the appearance of a double chin in some persons.

Appearance aging

  • With age, the appearance of the face and neck changes.
  • The face appears flabby or drooping due to a loss of muscle tone and thinning skin.
  • Sagging jowls can give the appearance of a double chin in some persons.

Psychological aging

  • Psychological age refers to how old a person feels, acts, and behaves, and is not always the same as chronological age.
  • If a person is mature or at least feels older than their chronological age, they can have a psychological age that exceeds their chronological age.

Social aging

  • The term “social aging” refers to how society influences the meanings and experiences of aging.
  • The expectations and assumptions of those around us about how we should act, what we are like, what we can do, and what we should be doing at different ages are all part of social aging.

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