Grow Younger, Live Longer: Ten Steps to Reverse Aging (Random House Large Print)

By | September 29, 2018

In a new book that extends the consciousness-based approach of megabestseller Ageless Body, Timeless Mind, Deepak Chopra, M.D., and his colleague David Simon, M.D., present ten practical steps that will enable readers to reset their biological age (which determines how we look and feel) as much as fifteen years lower than their chronological age.

The idea for this book was born in early spring 2000, when Dr. Chopra was bing interviewed on Larry King Live! As the conversation turned to aging, Dr. Chopra listed 10 steps we can take to reverse its effects. The phones at the television studio and the Chopra Center for Well Being lit up with calls from people wanting to know more. This phenomenal response clearly called for a book on the topic, and here it is.

At the heart of Grow Younger, Live Longer is a complete, simple-to-follow program for personal renewal, complete with specific supplements, exercises, and mediation techniques. Among the steps are:
—Change your perception of time
—Access restful awareness and restful sleep
—Nourish your body with anti-aging foods
—Elminate toxins
—Make love the most important thing in your life

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Carmen on 09/29/2018 at 09:04.

Provides a great perspective on life Many of the suggestions for growing younger and living longer are for people older than me. I found a lot of the material to be a wonderful reminder about what I already knew about life. But, I also learned a lot of new ideas. It’s definitely worth the read but I’m 25 and I found that a lot of it is geared toward those that are close to retiring. If you find yourself stressed out about a lot of things going on in your life, I suggest reading it. It will tell you what you already know but will…

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