Life Extension Revolution: The New Science of Growing Older Without Aging

The author tackles the controversy surrounding anti-aging medicine, shows how to prevent disease at the cellular level before it starts and provides individual programs that include nutrition therapy, traditional medical approaches and supplements from around the world.

The author tackles the controversy surrounding anti-aging medicine, shows how to prevent disease at the cellular level before it starts and provides individual programs that include nutrition therapy, traditional medical approaches and supplements from around the world.

Life Extension Revolution: The New Science of Growing Older Without Aging

by Philip Lee Miller, M.D., with Monica Reinagel Miller —

As medical director of the Los Gatos Longevity Institute in Northern California, Dr. Miller has written a book for anyone looking to avoid age-related chronic debilitating illness who is eager to take advantage of cutting edge scientific information that has proven to enhance one’s chances of living a longer life.

Filled with new scientific techniques, case histories, controversial approaches to anti-aging (including the pros and cons of hormone replacement for men, as well as women), and individualized, practical programs based on the latest research from the Life Extension Foundation (LEF), the book provides keys to extending and embracing healthy, vital, productive years.

The author tackles the controversy surrounding anti-aging medicine, shows how to prevent disease at the cellular level before it starts and provides individual programs that include nutrition therapy, traditional medical approaches and supplements from around the world.

 

$26 hardcover — Bantam Book, The Bantam Dell Publishing Group, 1745 Broadway, New York, NY 10019.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 24, Number 3, June/July 2005.

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