An End to Ageing?: Remedies for Life Extension

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, Feb 1, 1983 - Family & Relationships - 120 pages
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Advanced scientific research coupled with the study of many long-lived people of the East has shown that the effects of ageing can be modified so that most of us could arrive at old age skipping rather than crawling. Dr. Fulder’s approach to longevity seeks to increase the body’s ability to deal with life’s stress while maintaining its dynamic vitality. From a wealth of specific anti-ageing practices gathered from around the world, Dr. Fulder builds a life extension program for all ages that is best begun right now. His practical knowledge of the effects on the body of plants, foods, drugs, vitamins, body chemistry, behavior, and more, make this the definitive text on life-extension practices.
 

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Contents

Towards Health in Old Age
9
Ageing
15
The Quest for Longevity
25
Plant Remedies for the Elderly in East and West
39
Ginseng
55
Allopathic Alternatives
75
Help Yourself
95
Bibliography
107
Index
111
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About the author (1983)

Stephen Fulder, Ph.D., studied biochemistry and chemical pharmacology at Oxford University. He is currently working to establish a medicinal plants industry in Israel.

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