Bio-Age: Ten Steps to a Younger You

Bio-Age: Ten Steps to a Younger You

by Brad J. King, Michael A. Schmidt
     
 

They all run down over time, right? Not necessarily.

What you eat and drink, the activities you choose, the amount of sleep you get and how you think can determine whether your body will continue to regenerate itself or quickly break down. The authors and contributing experts to Bio-Age give you the inside scoop on which lifestyle choices really

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Overview

They all run down over time, right? Not necessarily.

What you eat and drink, the activities you choose, the amount of sleep you get and how you think can determine whether your body will continue to regenerate itself or quickly break down. The authors and contributing experts to Bio-Age give you the inside scoop on which lifestyle choices really matter, and how you can maximize the quality of life in your years.

Who are these experts and what will they tell you about?

  • Dr. Fereydoon Batmangheligj, author of Your Body's Many Cries for Water: why proper hydration matters
  • Stephen Cherniske, the biochemist who coined the term "biological aging": the latest research on your metabolism
  • Dr. Edward Conley, medical director of one of North America's leading centres for the treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the factors that affect our production of energy as we age
  • Dr. Daniel Crisafi, a Canadian specialist on sleep and the human body: sleep deprivation and its effect on your quality of life
  • Sam Graci, nutritional researcher and author of The Power of Superfoods: nutrition and the importance of whole foods for optimum health
  • Dr. Donal Henderson, Chief of Staff at the Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles: colostrum, a key ingredient in the recipe for youth
  • Brad J. King, nutritional researcher, fitness expert and the author of the best-selling Fat Wars: the right kind of exercise for healthy longevity and long-term fat loss
  • Dr. Michael A. Schmidt, nutritional biochemist and neuroscientist: the role of sugar in the aging process, and a separate look at the importance of mind over aging
  • Dr. Kenneth Seaton from Australia: albumin, a key protein in the battle against accelerated aging
  • Dr. Michael Zeligs, the founder of BioResponse Nutrients, creator of nutritional products and natural medicines: easing the symptoms related to PMS and menopause

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781553350040
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/18/2003
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.38(w) x 9.29(h) x 1.02(d)

Meet the Author

Brad J. King, M.S., MFS, a Victoria-based fitness expert and performance nutritionist who holds a masters in nutritional science, is a certified fitness trainer and a certified specialist in performance nutrition. He has spent the last few years researching and developing leading-edge dietary supplements and exercise protocols designed to improve health, slow biological aging, boost athletic performance and aid in fat loss. Brad is a consultant to the award-winning greens+ company and is often a keynote speaker on health and nutrition. He is also the author of the best-selling Fat Wars: 45 Days to Transform Your Body.

Dr. Michael A. Schmidt is a clinical neuroscientist and nutritional biochemist working in the area of human performance. He is a professor of Nutrition and Physiology at Capitol University of Integrated Medicine, Georgetown University Campus, and is a visiting scholar at NASA Ames Research Center, where he is collaborating on the study of brain chemistry and human function. He is the author of five books, including Brain-Building Nutrition, is a contributing author to seven textbooks and is co-editor of Clinical Nutrition. Dr. Schmidt has his home and consulting practice in Boulder, Colorado, and in the Puget Sound area of Washington.

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