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Stopping The Clock by Ronald Klatz, Robert Goldman (Contributor)

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Book Description
Why many of us will live past 100--and enjoy our extra years. In Stopping the Clock, two pioneers of anti-aging medicine show how we can start now to regain energy and vitality, halt or reverse damage to our bodies, and avoid the diseases--heart attack, arthritis, cancer, diabetes--that do most to reduce current life expectancy.

In sixteen fully-documented, information-packed chapters, Klatz and Goldman detail an up-to-the-minute longevity program, including:
The key anti-aging hormones: Melatonin, DHEA, and human growth hormone, how to take them and precautions to use.
The sex hormones: the role of estrogen and progesterone supplementation, including natural alternatives to prescription hormones--plus new research on testosterone supplementation for men and women.

Ingram: Organized according to nutritional supplements, healthful substances, and age-prevention techniques, an essential resource explains how to halt or reverse damage done to the body by aging and disease and offers a fully-documented program for life extension and improvement.

List Price: $6.50 Paperback - 416 pages Reprint edition (August 1997) Bantam Books; ISBN: 0553577514 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.18 x 6.91 x 4.29


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Anti Aging Tape Text Excerpt - Maximizing HGH: "Misconception: 6. Getting old is a problem instead of an opportunity. Truth: It can be viewed either way. Those who see old age as a problem get far more problems than those who view old age as an opportunity.
Misconception: 7. Personality is rigid by the time we are old. Truth: Old dogs CAN learn new tricks but first they must see it as a possibility, not as impossible."

Other Resources
U.S. Consumer Gateway Aging and eldercare links. Information topics include Hearing Aids, and Health Care.
InfoAging.org Provides research-based information on a wide range of age-related diseases, conditions, issues, features, and news.