What if you could eat your way to better health, or slow down the aging clock with a few simple lifestyle tips? In his new book, A Survivor's Guide to Successful Aging, Ray Schilling, MD, explains how anyone can take charge of their personal health and reap the benefits of positive choices-whether by managing stress, reducing processed food, or getting a restful night's sleep.
Why is the modern high-carb and low-fat diet a recipe for disaster?
What are some of the dangers of statins and other common prescription medicines?
Is it possible to prepare easy, nutritious meals without overworking yourself in the kitchen?
Can nature-identical hormone replacements actually slow the process of aging?
These questions and more are addressed in Dr. Schilling's informative guide, specifically written for anyone who is looking for straightforward and simple ways to help prevent disease, enjoy increased energy, and expand their number of active years. In particular, you'll find out the best ways to prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol-a major culprit when it comes to premature aging, inflammatory heart disease, Alzheimer's, and even cancer.
Learn how to experience your life with the health and energy to enjoy it!
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About the Author
Ray Schilling, MD, was born in Germany, and graduated from Tübingen University with a medical degree in 1971. Shortly after, he moved to Canada with his family, and spent several years performing cancer research at the Ontario Cancer Institute.
He found that his true passion was working with patients, however, and he spent sixteen years practicing primary family medicine in Langley, British Columbia. Later, he worked as a medical advisor at the Worker's Compensation of BC, while seeing patients at various walk-in clinics on the side.
As of 2010, he is retired from practice, but still maintains an active online presence at www.askdrray.com, and www.nethealthbook.com, where he writes and blogs about a variety of health and lifestyle topics. He is a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and finds their conferences very enlightening and stimulating.