The Science of Staying Young
McGraw-Hill, November 2007
Co-authored by John Morley, MD, and Sheri Colberg, PhD
An essential book for "baby boomers" or anyone in
search of optimal vitality, energy, youthfulness, and quality of life--at any age!
To read a recent review in South Side Journal about this book, click here.
This book is the first to offer "baby boomers" of all
ages an innovative approach to both feeling better and living well for longer.
Instead of making unsupported claims about reversing the aging
process with "miraculous" cures (which, to date, remains impossible for medical science
or even complementary medicine to do), this book integrates scientifically proven means to make you biologically younger than your current age using an innovative, easy-to-follow 10-step
program for slowing aging that anyone of any age can use to begin
to see immediate results, followed by more delayed lifelong benefits
over the ensuing months and years.
Written by Dr. John E. Morley, a
renowned aging expert, and Sheri Colberg, a PhD in exercise physiology
and author of books on fitness, exercise, and diabetes, this
book embodies Dr. Morley's research on aging, testosterone, and
disease management and Dr. Colberg's professional experience in
exercise science, nutrition, and diabetes control to create
an invaluable resource that will appeal to anyone interested in learning how to age gracefully and successfully by living in a healthier body throughout your lifetime
- starting today!
Reviews of The Science of Staying Young:
”We are the first generation that can remain active mentally and physically throughout our lives. The book can enable you to live a productive life whatever your age.”
Henry J. Heimlich, M.D. (of "Heimlich maneuver" fame)
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