It's time to turn back the clock! In 20 YEARS YOUNGER, Bob Greene offers readers a practical, science-based plan for looking and feeling their best as they age. The cutting-edge program details easy and effective steps we can all take to rebuild the foundation of youth and enjoy better health, improved energy, and a positive outlook on life. The four cornerstones of the program are: an exercise regimen for fighting muscle and bone loss, a longevity-focused diet, sleep rejuvenation, and wrinkle-fighting skin care. Woven throughout the text is practical advice on changing appearances, controlling stress, staying mentally sharp, navigating medical tests, and much more. Readers will walk away with a greater understanding of how the body ages and what they can do to feel-and look-20 years younger.
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|Title of eBook: 20 Years Younger: Look Younger, Feel Younger, Be Younger!|
|Release Date: 04-26-2011|
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|Publisher: Little, Brown||Store Sales Rank: 18922|
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20 Years Younger: Look Younger, Feel Younger, Be Younger!
The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.
—Frank Lloyd Wright
EVERYONE HAS A NOTION of what it means to age. Whether it’s a snapshot in your head of how your parents have slowed down or lines you see on your own face, for many people it has something to do with decline. Things not being the way they used to be. Everything less than before.
A lot of people feel that aging is about loss. And in some ways it is. “Aging is a wide range of physiological changes that make us more susceptible to death, limit our normal functions, and render us more susceptible to disease,” says João Pedro de Magalhães, PhD, a researcher on the biology and genetics of aging and a lecturer at the University of Liverpool in England. I would add that the physiological changes that take place as we age can also render us more susceptible to psychological downturns. It’s not uncommon for people to lose enthusiasm as they get older, disheartened by their physical deterioration and inability to live the way they used to....