Fit, Fun and Fabulous: At Any Age
You now hold in your hands the key to becoming Fit, Fun and Fabulous at Any Age. By the time you complete the steps outlined in this 12-week rejuvenation program, you will be well on your way to enjoying a healthier, more vibrant life. Learn why you have stubborn weight gain in your stomach, hips and thighs, why you or your loved ones suffer with high blood pressure, high cholesterol or osteoporosis, and how these conditions are related to accelerated aging. More importantly, learn how to stop and even reverse the accelerated aging process that can rob you of your longevity and vitality. Following the Fit, Fun and Fabulous lifestyle approach will bring you in line with the same lifestyle approaches supported by the: • National Institute Health • Arthritis Foundation • American Heart Association • American Cancer Society • American Diabetes Association Your health is now in your hands with this all-inclusive program. Reclaim your biological youth, vibrant health and robust energy for a lifetime!
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