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After a battery of tests including a written quiz and assessments for weight, waist size, body fat, blood pressure, flexibility and strength, Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen establed a scale of how well each of the 100 participants are aging on a 100 point scale.

Scoring between 90 and 100 is considered "outstanding." A score between 80 and 89 is "aging well," between 70 and 79 is "average," and below 69 is "not aging well."

Eighteen percent of the audience participants are aging in an average way, while 81 percent are "not aging well." Only one person is "outstanding."

Hollianne says her health is something that's integrated into her lifestyle. "I exercise a lot, and I run three mornings a week," she says. "I lift weights, swim twice a week, and I cook almost everything I eat. I'm happy. I have a good family."
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FROM: Dr. Oz on Aging: How to Turn Back Time
Published on January 01, 2006
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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