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Today's seniors don't look or act anything like "old people." In this new era, we redefine what it means to be seniors. At 60, 70, 80, and 90, an increasing number of us are physically and mentally active, playing sports, and leading interesting lives. But not all. How come some seniors flourish with age, while others wither on the vine? Contrary to popular opinion, it’s n Today's seniors don't look or act anything like "old people." In this new era, we redefine what it means to be seniors. At 60, 70, 80, and 90, an increasing number of us are physically and mentally active, playing sports, and leading interesting lives. But not all. How come some seniors flourish with age, while others wither on the vine? Contrary to popular opinion, it’s not because of genes. It’s our lifestyle choices. Even without good genes, you can live long and live well. Seniors are fighting back against decay and decrepitude. These seniors are fighting the War on Aging. This book will help you: • Eliminate or reduce many of the chronic illnesses of aging. • Improve your cholesterol, sugars, blood pressure, and other health markers. • Develop a 3-pronged plan for staying healthy as long as possible. • Define an exercise plan just right for you, and maintain it. • Eat meals that include the healthiest foods on earth. • Engage in social activities for maximum fun. • Defy outdated stereotypes of what it means to be a senior. • Extend not only the number of years you live, but the years you live well. When we reach a certain age―somewhere after 50―we sense a lot of changes going in our bodies and brains, and we wonder what we should be doing. Our grandparents and parents just accepted old age—and usually grew weaker and sicker—without questioning it. Seniors today are not giving in to "old age." We're finding ways to work around limitations to stay as active as we can, no matter what. This book tells you how to live longer, wiser and enjoy a more fulfilling “heath span.” We can live longer, have more fun, love more people, and truly age well. If you want that, then you must fight back against decay. You need to join us in the Senior War on Aging!


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Today's seniors don't look or act anything like "old people." In this new era, we redefine what it means to be seniors. At 60, 70, 80, and 90, an increasing number of us are physically and mentally active, playing sports, and leading interesting lives. But not all. How come some seniors flourish with age, while others wither on the vine? Contrary to popular opinion, it’s n Today's seniors don't look or act anything like "old people." In this new era, we redefine what it means to be seniors. At 60, 70, 80, and 90, an increasing number of us are physically and mentally active, playing sports, and leading interesting lives. But not all. How come some seniors flourish with age, while others wither on the vine? Contrary to popular opinion, it’s not because of genes. It’s our lifestyle choices. Even without good genes, you can live long and live well. Seniors are fighting back against decay and decrepitude. These seniors are fighting the War on Aging. This book will help you: • Eliminate or reduce many of the chronic illnesses of aging. • Improve your cholesterol, sugars, blood pressure, and other health markers. • Develop a 3-pronged plan for staying healthy as long as possible. • Define an exercise plan just right for you, and maintain it. • Eat meals that include the healthiest foods on earth. • Engage in social activities for maximum fun. • Defy outdated stereotypes of what it means to be a senior. • Extend not only the number of years you live, but the years you live well. When we reach a certain age―somewhere after 50―we sense a lot of changes going in our bodies and brains, and we wonder what we should be doing. Our grandparents and parents just accepted old age—and usually grew weaker and sicker—without questioning it. Seniors today are not giving in to "old age." We're finding ways to work around limitations to stay as active as we can, no matter what. This book tells you how to live longer, wiser and enjoy a more fulfilling “heath span.” We can live longer, have more fun, love more people, and truly age well. If you want that, then you must fight back against decay. You need to join us in the Senior War on Aging!

4 review for Senior War on Aging: The new imparitive is to keep moving. Our bodies and our brains depend on it.

  1. 4 out of 5

    Peg

    Thanks to ROXY Publishing, via LibraryThing, for a copy in exchange for my honest opinion. This is a must-read for anybody approaching 50 and beyond when you sense your body is starting to age. You don't have to accept old age! The authors tell us exactly what is needed to care for our body to prevent "decay and decrepitude" (their words). There are interesting case studies included. The bottom line is to keep moving because both our body and our brain depend on it. Exercise is extremely important Thanks to ROXY Publishing, via LibraryThing, for a copy in exchange for my honest opinion. This is a must-read for anybody approaching 50 and beyond when you sense your body is starting to age. You don't have to accept old age! The authors tell us exactly what is needed to care for our body to prevent "decay and decrepitude" (their words). There are interesting case studies included. The bottom line is to keep moving because both our body and our brain depend on it. Exercise is extremely important, but so is eating right, socializing, and keeping a positive attitude. All aspects of exercising are discussed. The two authors take turns narrating the short segments so both a woman's and man's point-of-view are explained. Highly recommended!!

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    Deni

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