Eat to Get Younger
24 June 2014
You can’t escape the ageing process but you can slow it down. This month sees the launch of my new book Eat to Get Younger, which provides hundreds of tips on how to age well.
By helping you to identify and address the problem areas that may be
accelerating your rate of ageing, this new book reveals how to become
more energised, sleep better, get leaner, avoid or delay age-related
degenerative conditions typical in your family, and generally look and
feel healthier in your 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond.
Co-written with my nutritionist/chef colleague Christine Bailey, the book shows you how to manipulate your diet, supplements and lifestyle to strengthen the very body systems that are essential to extending your healthy years - systems such as inflammation, detoxification, carbohydrate metabolism and the stress response. It includes action plans for specific areas of interest, to help you focus on your own individual goal, whether this is reducing pain, improving your bones and joints, easing the menopause, losing weight, revitalising your skin,
or reducing the chronic internal inflammation that is the precursor to
most age-related diseases.
With over 100 recipes, plus meal plans, lifestyle suggestions and
questionnaires for self-assessment, Chrstine and I guide you through
specific, easy-to-follow programmes that will help you feel and look
rejuvenated, revitalized and youthful.
Click to buy your copy now by going to the Books tab...