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Author Jonny Bowden looks at what he calls “The Four Horsemen of Aging”—free radicals, inflammation, glycation, and stress—and shows how they can harm your health and shorten your life. Bowden then unveils an arsenal of anti-aging strategies culled from cutting edge research and lessons learned from the longest lived people on the planet. He examines how the major organs, Author Jonny Bowden looks at what he calls “The Four Horsemen of Aging”—free radicals, inflammation, glycation, and stress—and shows how they can harm your health and shorten your life. Bowden then unveils an arsenal of anti-aging strategies culled from cutting edge research and lessons learned from the longest lived people on the planet. He examines how the major organs, such as the heart and the brain, age and how you can prevent damage to these vital parts of the body. In total, readers learn what they can eat, do, and take to feel great, avoid illness, and live a long life.


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Author Jonny Bowden looks at what he calls “The Four Horsemen of Aging”—free radicals, inflammation, glycation, and stress—and shows how they can harm your health and shorten your life. Bowden then unveils an arsenal of anti-aging strategies culled from cutting edge research and lessons learned from the longest lived people on the planet. He examines how the major organs, Author Jonny Bowden looks at what he calls “The Four Horsemen of Aging”—free radicals, inflammation, glycation, and stress—and shows how they can harm your health and shorten your life. Bowden then unveils an arsenal of anti-aging strategies culled from cutting edge research and lessons learned from the longest lived people on the planet. He examines how the major organs, such as the heart and the brain, age and how you can prevent damage to these vital parts of the body. In total, readers learn what they can eat, do, and take to feel great, avoid illness, and live a long life.

30 review for The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer: The Surprising, Unbiased Truth About What You Should Do to Prevent Disease, Feel Great, and Have Optimum Health and Longevity

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    This book is very complex and unlike many diet and nutrition books full of a lot medical facts to back to their findings which is a nice change. This book feel authoritative and has many tricks and changes you can easily make to improve your health. Well worth a read Oh and watch the YouTube link!.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    When I saw the opportunity to review this book I knew immediately that it was right up my hubby's alley. He tries to work hard at living a very healthy lifestyle and wants to do everything he can to not just live longer but to live longer healthy. He's got good genes; his mother is 96 and still going strong! We have both enjoyed going through the book but I have to admit he has implemented more of the concepts than I have. He is a dedicated man! The book is broken down into three sections each de When I saw the opportunity to review this book I knew immediately that it was right up my hubby's alley. He tries to work hard at living a very healthy lifestyle and wants to do everything he can to not just live longer but to live longer healthy. He's got good genes; his mother is 96 and still going strong! We have both enjoyed going through the book but I have to admit he has implemented more of the concepts than I have. He is a dedicated man! The book is broken down into three sections each dealing with a specific goal. The first section deals with "Reining in the Four Horsemen of Aging." These include Free Radicals, Inflammation, Glycation and Stress. There is also a chapter on what role genes play on these "horsemen." I had known a bit about three of these four by glycation was new to me. I now know that this is when - and this is a direct quote from the book - "when sugar molecules glom onto protein (or fat) molecules." I, for one, tend to eat too much sugar in the form of chocolate. The second section deals with "How to Keep the Key Players in Your Body Fit" and goes into The Seven Pillars of Longevity. These are the areas over which one can exert some control; food, supplements, detoxification, exercise, sleep, stress reduction and a category the author calls emotional intelligence. The section goes on to give tips and advice on how to exert that control to better benefit. I am all about eating healthily - we haven't bought a vegetable in two years. We grow them all here on the farm. Well, except for garlic. The gophers keep eating the garlic. We grow the chickens and eggs too! The third section goes further into the Emotional Intelligence and offers a plan for Healthy Aging. This is something everyone can use. There is a workbook and journal guide for you to use to create your own going forward. While I know I won't be following everything in the book - it's the chocolate that calls my name, hear it? - my husband is very intrigued and if I know him he will be using the exercises listed and adding them to his current walking regime. He already meditates so he is far ahead of me. The book is full of good information and I think it's a good addition to any healthy living library.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Richard Balbuena

    probably the best source of information on aging in a single book. Full of details on how and why we age and a detailed program to slow the aging process. Small, brilliant. If you want live a long healthy life, this book is for you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I'm going to buy this book it was great.

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