Younger You: Unlock the Hidden Power of Your Brain to Look and Feel 15 Years Younger [NOOK Book]

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Break the aging code and feel 15 years younger—from the inside out.



In the constant battle to stay young and feel fit, we will try any of the quick fixes that come on the market, including so-called miracle products, fad diets, trendy exercise programs, and untested supplements. Many even risk elective surgical procedures just to look young again. But you don't need surgery, pricey cosmetics, or starvation ...

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Overview

Break the aging code and feel 15 years younger—from the inside out.



In the constant battle to stay young and feel fit, we will try any of the quick fixes that come on the market, including so-called miracle products, fad diets, trendy exercise programs, and untested supplements. Many even risk elective surgical procedures just to look young again. But you don't need surgery, pricey cosmetics, or starvation to look and feel 15 years younger. The secret to living a longer, more vibrant life has at last been discovered, and the proverbial fountain of youth is right in your hands.



Discover how you can:



  • Get a restful, restorative night's sleep and have energy that lasts all day long


  • Lift your mood by increasing your natural hormone levels


  • Improve your heart health with natural supplements, herbs, and spices


  • Increase your muscle mass, boost your memory, build your bones, save your skin, and much more!




Younger You has doctors talking . . .



"Younger You is an interesting and logical approach to preventing, diagnosing, and modifying the aging process. . . . Baby boomers will find much in these pages to protect and reassure them.”

--Isadore Rosenfeld, M.D.

Rossi Distinguished Professor of Clinical Medicine, New York Hospital Weil Cornell Medical Center, and author of Live Now, Age Later, Power to the Patient, and Doctor, What Should I Eat?



"Focusing on the critical role of hormones produced by the brain, Dr. Braverman outlines a totally integrative program to restore hormonal balance and thereby restore readers to a younger, healthier, and more vital self, regardless of chronological age."

--Nicholas Perricone, M.D., FACN

Bestselling author of 7 Secrets to Beauty, Health, and Longevity, The Perricone Weight-Loss Diet, The Perricone Promise, The Perricone Prescription, and The Wrinkle Cure



"Just as Dr. Braverman says, we are only as young as our oldest part. This book is not just for us, but for our children, who can make changes to their diet and lifestyle now and reap the rewards later."

--David Perlmutter, M.D.

Director, Perlmutter Health Center and author of The Better Brain Book

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071501651
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 12/18/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 953,067
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Eric Braverman, M.D., is the director of the Place for Achieving Total Health (PATH) Medical Centers in New York and Philadelphia. The author of several books on health, including the bestselling The Edge Effect, he runs a thriving practice in New York City.

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Brain Chemistry and Your Health

Chapter 1: The Brain-Mind-Body Connection

Chapter 2: The Pause Effect

Chapter 3: The Pause Print

Part 2: Putting the Plan into Action!

Chapter 4: The Life Plan

Chapter 5: The Aging Brain

Chapter 6: Neuropause

Chapter 7: Your Metabolism & Immune System

Chapter 8: Skeletal Aging

Chapter 9: The Overworked Heart

Chapter 10: The Digestive System

Chapter 11: Sexuality & Aging

Chapter 12: Skin

Chapter 13: Cleansing the Body

Chapter 14: Your Evolving Genetic Code

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2007

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    Open up your mind, I did!! Come on---eat differently, and help my body stay younger? I picked this book up on a whim! And, I have to admit, this is EXCELLENT! You NEED to pick this up! Why? Why not? Learn how what we put in our bodies affects us, and not just our biceps or abs...but our brains and other organs! I am not a doctor, nor a magazine editor (as the other two reviewers)..I am just your average joe--and VERY affected by this book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2007

    You can feel so much younger

    With an excellent forward from Dr. David Perlmutter, Dr. Braverman launches a new concept of aging. Baverman reveals that poor dietary and lifestyle choices or inherited weaknesses result in signals from organs in crisis that begin to cause aging with a domino effect. Many of his recommendations are easy to adopt and give hope to people with failing health.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2006

    NEW INFORMATION FOR STAYING YOUNG

    Dr. Eric Braverman picks up where he left off in his important book, 'The Edge Effect.' For me personally, I have learned the most about my brain chemicals and how to best balance them to achieve optimal cognition. Additionally, it is critical for everyone to know that part of their body do not all age at the same. For example, you may have the lungs of a 25 year old and the heart of an 80 year old. So it makes perfect sense to address the oldest part of your body with therapeutic approaches. READ THIS BOOK and live a longer and healthier life. Philip Smith, Editor, Life Extension Magazine

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