The RealAge Diet: Make Yourself Younger with What You Eat

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Harper Collins, Jun 4, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 400 pages
Food Can Make You Younger!

Dr. Michael Roizen presents his program for eating the RealAge way: a diet that is good for your overall health, plus works to delay or even reverse aging. If there's one thing you will learn from this book, it's that no matter who you are, if you eat foods that are high in nutrients and low in calories you will be on the road to renewed health and vitality.The RealAge Diet Shows You How To:

  • Use foods to regain the energy of your youth
  • Eat nutritiously while still enjoying delicious food choices
  • Choose the right vitamins and supplements to keep you young
  • Modify various popular weight-loss diets to maximize their age-reducing benefits
  • Read between the lines of restaurant menus to find the most healthful options
  • Make your RealAge younger with every bite

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Pretty good and convincing. Inspired me to focus on LOTS of fruits and vegetables and maybe more grains. Read full review


The RealAge Diet A Giant Menu of Possibilities
What Is the Effect of Your Food Choices on Your RealAge
Do They Make Your RealAge Younger
The Magic of the RealAge Diet its as Simple as an Hourglass 1 35
How the Right Supplements Can Keep You Young
You Con Change Your Eating Habits
What about When I Eat Out?
Distinguish Which Occasions Are Really Special
Menu Makeovers
Key References
About the Authors

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Michael F. Roizen, M.D., is cofounder of RealAge™ and chair of the RealAge Scientific Advisory Board. He is past chairman of a Food and Drug Administration advisory committee and a former editor of six medical journals. His first book, RealAge: Are You as Young as You Can Be? became a New York Times #1 bestseller. He appears frequently on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, The 700 Club, and Canada AM. He has hosted several PBS specials, and his own radio show is heard on twenty-seven satellite stations. He also writes a monthly column for Reader's Digest and he and Dr. Oz share a daily syndicated newspaper column. He is currently chief wellness officer and chair of the Wellness Institute at the Cleveland Clinic.

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