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Realifessence is the region's leading provider of comprehensive healthcare services and the largest recruiter in alternative health. We believe that the quality of our services relies upon the quality of the individuals who make up our organizations and provide those services. In return, we provide outstanding career opportunities with competitive incentives and benefits packages. Realifessence seeks professional, caring persons to support our commitment to providing exceptional healthcare services to our community and you can join our award-winning team.

With today’s farming methods depleting the natural mineral content of our lands, we can no longer rely on our foods to completely provide us with the essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies need. We source for nutritional products are made from the finest ingredients, grown from the best sources and produced with the most advanced technology. Each product retains its original nutritional value, encouraging both good health and peace of mind. Because we only want the best for our highly esteemed customers, we provide only the best. Good health starts with good nutrition. 

In addition, several independent organizations that offer quality testing and allow products that pass these tests to display their seals of approval have approved of all the products recommended here in. These seals of approval provide assurance that the product was properly manufactured, contains the ingredients listed on the label, and does not contain harmful levels of contaminants. 

Ageing is a life-long process, which begins before we are born and continues through-out life. The functional capacity of our biological systems (e.g. muscular strength, cardiovascular performance, respiratory capacity, etc.) increases during the first years of life, reaches its peak in early adulthood and naturally declines thereafter. The slope of decline is largely determined by external factors throughout the life course. The natural decline in cardiac or respiratory function, for example, can be accelerated by factors such as smoking and air pollution, leaving an individual with lower functional capacity than would normally be expected at a particular age. Health in older age is therefore to the largest extent a reflection of the living circumstances and actions of an individual during the entire life span.

This implies that individuals can influence how they age by practicing healthier lifestyles and by adapting to age-associated changes. However, some life course factors may not be modifiable at the individual level. For instance, an individual may have little or no control over economic disadvantages and environmental threats that directly affect the ageing process and often predispose to disease in later life.

Growing evidence supports the concept of critical periods of growth and development in utero and during early infancy and child-hood when environmental insults may have lasting effects on disease risk in later life. For example, evidence suggests that poor growth in utero leads to a variety of chronic disorders such as cardiovascular disease, non-insulin dependent diabetes, and hypertension.

Exposures in later life may still influence disease risk in a simple additive way but it is argued that fetal exposures permanently alter anatomical structures and a variety of metabolic systems.

This means that girls who are born into societies that favour boys and deprive girls are particularly likely to experience disease and disability in later life.

With a few exceptions, women have longer life expectancies than men in both developed and developing countries. The reasons relate to both female biology such as hormonal protective factors, and fatal risk factors associated with male working conditions, lifestyles and higher risk of injury.

Worldwide, women are likely to continue to maintain this advantage over men for the foreseeable future. However, the gender gap in life expectancy is decreasing in some developed countries as a result of role and lifestyle changes.

While the progression from mortality caused by infectious diseases to that caused by chronic diseases is a positive sign of improvements in public health, the increase in chronic diseases such as Heart disease and stroke are significant causes of death and disability in women others are- breast cancer, cervical cancer, osteoarthritis and osteoporosis all associated with chronic pain, limited quality of life and disability, due to population ageing has substantial implications for human suffering and health care costs. The ultimate goal is to prevent and manage chronic diseases, thus postponing disability and death and enabling ageing women and men to maintain their positive contributions to society