The Day of the Good Old Age

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It is not just about living longer, it’s also important to live healthily and happily for longer.

Here are some tips on how to age better:

1.Watch what you eat and drink
Having a balanced diet is crucial for good health, energy and preventing illness. An ideal diet should be low in saturated fat, with lots of fruit and vegetables, wholegrains, oily fish, and small amounts of low-fat dairy and lean meat.

2. Stay active
Get into the routine of daily exercising, this will help you stay strong and healthy. Staying active can boost your self-esteem, improve your sleep, and give you more energy throughout the day.

3. Make the most of your doctor
It’s a good idea to get some routine tests done at the doctors to check your blood pressure and cholesterol levels. High readings increase your risk factor for stroke and heart disease etc, most of which may be reversible with medication.

Besides these essentials tips, we invite all over 50 plus to our special service this Tuesday ‘The Day of the Good Old Age’. As the Bible refers to those who died in a good old age having kept good health and a blessed life until the end such as Moses, Abraham, Gideon, etc.

This Tuesday we will declare good health to all those over 50 years plus in the week of The Children of God.

“Even to your old age, I am He, and even to gray hairs I will carry you!
I have made, and I will bear; even I will carry, and will deliver you.” (Isaiah 46:4)

Event: The Day of the Good Old Age
Date and Time: Tuesday, 15 November at 7.30pm (also at 7am, 10am and 3pm)
Location: Taking place at your local Universal Church

*Disclaimer: The UCKG HelpCentre’s spiritual advice is to be seen as a complement to the scientifically proven treatment you may be receiving. The UCKG HelpCentre does not claim to heal people but believes that God can through the power of faith. Always follow your doctor’s instructions.