The primary message of my book is that with a proactive attitude, we can all improve our lives, This is not a new concept, to be sure, but sometimes we need a little help in knowing exactly what to do. My book offers tips and advice, culled from my own experience with the aging process, as well as from exhaustive research, which will help you come to terms with your uneasiness about, or even fear of, what is to come as your body ages. I offer practical advice on what you can do now to improve the quality of your later life.
Eat Fat, Lose Fat: The Healthy Alternative to Trans Fat by Mary Enig, Sally Fallon teaches a lot about the modern American diet and how we approach this low-fat craze and why “one size fits all” diets don’t work for all of us. Enig and Fallon also cast light on the way we’ve been taught to eat, which is actually a catalyst in increasing the rate of degenerative disease such as thyroid issues.
Turn your biological clock backwards. As much amusing to read as it is enticing – “More youthful One Year from now” draws on the most recent science of maturing to demonstrate how men of 50 years or more can turn out to be practically more youthful consistently for the next five to ten years, and keep on living like fifty-year-olds until very much into their eighties. To appreciate life and be more grounded, more sound, and more ready. To fight off 70% of the typical aging symptoms connected with maturing such as, weakness, sore joints, and detachment and to dispense more than half of all disease and potential injuries.
Harry is Henry S. Lodge, M.D., an expert in inner prescription and preventive medicinal services. Chris Crowley is Harry’s 70-year-old patient who’s presently stronger than when he was 40. Together, in substituting parts that are enthusiastic, sometimes frank, and dependably absolutely persuading, they illuminate Harry’s Principles and the science behind them.
What 70 Plus Years Have Taught Me About Health and Fitness takes us far away from the ‘good old days’ when older people were advised to have a much more sedentary lifestyle. Gone are the days when we were told to just sit back and relax, while basically avoiding exercise as if it were stress. Of course, now we know that this is a mistake and that regular exercise and keeping healthy is a great way to reduce stress.
The book contains over 264 pages of info regarding living a lengthy, wholesome lifespan. The attractive, bright colored photos come with simple to read, easy to understand information about how to reduce the tell tale signs of aging by dealing with “The Four Housemen of Aging” – Free Radicals (Oxidation), Inflammation, Glycation and Stress.
More than 200 million Americans consistently devour food items made from wheat. Therefore, more than 100 million of them experience some type of unfriendly well-being impact; going from minor rashes and high glucose to the ugly stomach swells that preventive cardiologist William Davis calls “wheat bellies.” According to Dr. Davis, that overabundance of fat has nothing to do with intemperance, sloth, or an excessive amount of margarine: It’s because of the entire range of grain wraps we have for lunch.
People find this all very interesting and fascinating hence, after engaging in Wheat Belly in its simplest forms, people start to participate in the Wheat Belly discussions with each other and with others. Also, they start to follow Dr. Davis’ blog. So many people want to further enhance their health. So, typically they will just simply eliminate all sort of grains from their diet as per the recommendations of Dr. Davis. Wheat Belly is not just a journey but a lifestyle modification program that can change anyone’s life.
Today, I read online about Isometrics by Henry Wittenberg. In 1948, he was an Olympic champion and later an instructor and coach. I think the book was written in the early 1960’s. The book demonstrates many 15 minute workouts like isotonic exercises, warm-up, and isometrics. I believed that if people stick with these workouts, they could get the better overall shape.