Don't just live longer - live better! Provides a road map to a longer, healthier life, advocating key strategies for the food, supplements, and lifestyle adjustments that will keep us going stronger, longer. With these strategies, you can win the battle against aging.
Jonny Bowden and Dr. Beth Traylor bust myths about over-the-counter anti-aging medications and supplements; offer exercises for long-term health; and explain both how to live longer and enjoy life by optimizing your health.
Living a long life isn’t only about measuring the number of years lived, but how we live them. Dr. Beth Traylor and nutritionist and weight loss expert Jonny Bowden provide recommendations that will keep you strong, healthy, energetic, and active with every decade of your life. These methods - all backed by the latest research and scientific studies - are easy, yet work anti-aging miracles. There’s no better time to start than now.
You’ll learn how to rein in The Four Horseman of Aging': Free radicals, which cause oxidative damage that wear you down from the inside out; Inflamation, the 'silent killer' that is a factor in almost every degenerative disease; Glycation, a process that is implicated in many of the diseases of aging Stress, which can cause more damage to your overall well-being than you think.
The book includes fitness tips for your body's 'key players' - the heart, brain, bones, muscles, joints, immune system, and hormones. More and more studies are proving that we can strongly influence how long and how well we live. This fully revised and updated edition offers the smartest program for living a longer, healthier, better life.
About the Authors
Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, (Woodland Hills, CA), also known as The Nutrition Myth Buster, is a nationally known, board-certified nutritionist and expert on diet and weight loss. He has appeared on the Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC, and CBS and has contributed to articles in the New York Times, Forbes, the Daily Beast, Huffington Post, Vanity Fair Online, Men’s Heath, Prevention, and dozens of other print and online publications. He is a popular speaker who presents at both academic and consumer events all over the world.
Dr. Beth Traylor graduated with her medical degree from the Chicago Medical School/ Rosalind Franklin University of Health Sciences in 1984. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, a Northwestern University affiliate program. Dr. Traylor has been a board-certified family physician since 1987. During her 30+ year career as a practicing physician, she has focused on women’s health and hormone replacement therapy. It was on her own personal journey for optimal health that she began to study the science of Age Management Medicine. This emerging field of medicine supports evidence-based guidelines that can lead us on a proactive approach to wellness and disease prevention.