Don't Grow Old, Grow Healthy

Front Cover, Limited, Dec 14, 2009 - Health & Fitness
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Don't Grow Old, Grow Healthy Everyday Solutions to Prevent Rather Than Accept Aging We are all concerned with growing older and want to avoid the physical deterioration of aging. As Don't Grow Old, Grow Healthy explains, there are plenty of practical things you can do right now to keep your vitality for life. And you can start looking and feeling more youthful in just 30 days! Dr. Chauchard has a lifetime of experience in researching and treating age-related problems. This book presents a comprehensive explanation of the causes of aging: the role of inflammation, how insulin can help us stay thin, the way free radicals ''rust'' our bodies, and how sugars age us. You'll discover and understand what really causes aging and get indispensable advice on how to take control. Dr. Chauchard's 30-day Timely Nutrition Vitality Program shows you what foods to eat and which ones to avoid in order to slow the aging process. You'll also find out the times of day when you can indulge your ''sweet tooth'' without causing harm. This book is written in a breezy, conversational style, making this complicated subject easy to understand. The intention is to give you concrete ideas that can be immediately put into practice. This book is for all those who want to live in full health for as long as possible. Follow this guide and it will reveal to you the secrets of youthfulness - important new information and recent scientific research on the fight against aging. Today, getting old is a choice; it is not an obligation.

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Dr. Chauchard is founder of the International Institute for Preventive Anti-Aging Medicine and has taught at the University of Montpellier. He is one of the world's top specialists in preventive medicine for aging, and over 1 million copies of his 12 books on aging have been sold.

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