Last month, at the annual New Jersey Senior Olympic Games in Woodbridge, NJ, Proglyta/sweetamine customer Lester Darmstadt of Long Beach, NY, took the silver medal in the men’s 65-69-year-old 200-meter dash, and the gold in the 100-meter dash.
The annual state Senior Games are run by the National Senior Games Association, which holds its nation-wide competition every other year on odd years. I started feeling so good myself on daily Proglyta (now daily sweetamine), that I signed up and started running the 200-meter dash last year in the NY and NJ games. (That was my event the last time I ran track in school; Junior high school that is, literally a half century ago!) I didn’t really keep in training, but I did complete the races last year and at this year’s NJ event on September 7. (For those of you who know about track and field, I ran the 200-meter dash in 37.45 seconds; respectable for my age, but nothing to blog about.)
At last year’s NJ event, I met and got to talking to Lester, who was thinking that would be his last year running, as inflammation in his legs was making it impossible to be competitive any more. So I told him about Proglyta and how it stops inflammation withing a few days of use, and he decided to give it a try. That led to his daily use ever since (Now it’s sweetamine, as I’m phasing out Proglyta.) has put him back in the game big-time, and he started winning races on Long Island (NY). Then he came to NJ in much better shape than last year and tore the place up in the 100 and 200 meter races, finishing first and second, respectively.
Lester is 66, and I’m a mere babe at 62. I have since started running (almost) every day and have committed to finishing with medals in the 100 and 200-meter races next year in the 60-64-year-old age group. You might think it would be a struggle for a man “my age”, but what we have always thought of as aging we now know is just chronic inflammation due to a simple nutritional deficiency which sweetamine totally takes care of.
And I’m totally expecting to compete in the National Senior Games in 2015. It’s amazing what you can do when you get rid of chronic inflammation, by letting sweetamine turn your diet into a truly anti-inflammatory diet!
Joel Brind, Ph.D., Oct. 6, 2013