Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being
Andrew Weil, M.D. is the author of ten previous books, including "Spontaneous Healing, Eight Weeks to Optimum Health, Eating Well for Optimum Health, " and, with Rosie Daley, "The Healthy Kitchen." A graduate of Harvard Medical School, he is clinical professor of medicine and director of the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. He writes "Self Healing, " a monthly newsletter, and maintains the Web site DrWeil.com. More of his work on aging can be found at www.healthyaging.com. He lives in Arizona.
Also available from Random House Audio, read by the author; in a Random House Large Print edition; and from Vintage Espaņntilde;ol, a division of Random House.
"The Healthy Kitchen" with Rosie Daley is available in Knopf paperback.
"From the Hardcover edition."
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Review: Healthy AgingUser Review - Kathy Worrell ツ - Goodreads
Ugh! It's like listening to someone read the dictionary. It would be better as a reference novel, for glancing through on specific information. Read full review
Review: Healthy AgingUser Review - PJ Sullivan - Goodreads
This book aims not to extend life or to reverse the aging process but to “compress the morbidity” of aging. “To keep our bodies and minds in good working order” as we age. It urges acceptance of aging ... Read full review
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Body I The Ounce of Prevention
Body IV Physical Activity
Body V Rest and Sleep
Body VI Touch and Sex
Mind I Stress
Mind II Thoughts Emotions Attitudes
Mind III Memory
Spirit I Unchanging Essence
Spirit II Legacy
Body II The Antiinflammatory Diet
Body III Supplements