DOES YOUR BIRTHDAY-SUIT FIT AS WELL AS IT USED TO?
This guide to Rejuvenation is a step-by-step process that focuses on the essentials of what we eat, how we take care of our bodies, and what we think. First, Dr. Counts gets us to look honestly at our body. What's been happening to it over the years, and how do we really feel about it? For example, do we want to lose weight - to be really healthy? Do we have the will to change - to make the right choices?
As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Counts encounters the whole human being. How we feel psychologically is intimately connected to how we feel physically. He has spent a lifetime researching sound nutrition and a balanced diet, and provides practical information, including menu suggestions and exercises illustrated with photographs. Combined with guides for proper aerobic exercise and cardiovascular training, he offers sound advice on how to manage stress and the daily pressures of life.
How we look at life - and the choices we make - is most important. The rejuvenation lifestyle is about enjoying life to the fullest. Looking and feeling young is a by-product of our main goal - to enjoy our youthful physical bodies for as much of our life as possible. We can do it, he says, if we start where we are, and start now!
"This is not another diet book filled with false promises. What you will read is the latest nutritional information from medical science translated by a professional who has spent years helping people cope with personal challenges. Dr. Counts offers some very helpful advice that may well turn frustration into success." Robert Lambert, M.D., FACC, Cardiologist
"Dr. Counts has put into one book all the savory ingredients necessary for a healthy and long life. The old adage, 'a healthy mind in a healthy body' is the key, and Rejuvenation describes all the sensible and right ways to eat, to think, and to feel fit for LIFE...." Albert O. Cerny
"My Birthday-Suit Doesn't Fit is a great book. I particularly enjoyed Ken Counts' 'Stress and Its Management' because this is the key to controlling our body and dealing with life relationships. And (at age 80), I'd love to own his biceps!' Richard Heinrich, author, Starch Madness and The Orthomolecular Diet
"Ken's sound advise on diet and exercise certainly has the capacity to be "rejuvenating". I think it is particularly important that he addresses the 'psychology of fitness' factors that lay the foundation for success in this endeavor." John Daughtery, M.D., Family Practice