Review: A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging

  • File Size: 4353 KB
  • Print Length: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Gallery Books (January 7, 2020)
  • Publication Date: January 7, 2020
  • Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc

All in all, I would have to say that I enjoyed this ebook. I guess, at the age of 61, books about aging seem to catch my eye. I can’t say that this book was a life-changer for me or that I came away with some sort of epiphany but I thought that it was something that people my age should read.

Basically, it is Suzanne Somers interviewing specialists in various fields. The documentation seems solid and the ebook is structured for easy navigation.

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As I said before, I enjoyed “A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging” and I give it a thumbs-up.

Product description:

There is a new way to age. I’m doing it and it’s the best decision I’ve ever made. I love this stage of my life: I have ‘juice,’ joy, wisdom, and perspective; I have energy, vitality, clearheadedness, and strong bones.

Most of us are far too comfortable with the present paradigm of aging, which normalizes pills, nursing homes, and “the big three”: heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease. But you don’t have to accept this fate. Now there’s a new way to grow older—with vibrancy, freedom, confidence, and a rockin’ libido. This health bible from Suzanne Somers will explain how to stop aging like your parents and embrace cutting-edge techniques such as: balancing nutritional and mineral deficiencies; detoxifying your gut for weight loss; pain management with non-THC cannabis instead of harmful opioids; and much more.

Aging well is mainly about the choices you make on a daily basis. It can be a fantastic process if you approach it wisely. After a lifetime of research, Suzanne came to a simple conclusion: what you lose in the aging process must be replaced with natural alternatives. In order to thrive you have to rid your body of chemicals and toxins. Start aging the new way today by joining Suzanne and her trailblazing doctors as they all but unearth the fountain of youth.

The Witcher in 2020

I’m planning to read The Witcher series of books in 2020. I have 4 episodes of the TV series The Witcher completed ( I like to watch them with my nephew ), though the show, and I’m sure the books, are not for the young. My nephew is an adult and I am ancient. That being said, I may try the game and some comic books.

I’ll be reading Last Wish, Sword of Destiny, Blood of Elves, Time of Contempt, Baptism of Fire, Tower of the Swallow, Lady of the Lake and Season of Storms .

If anyone has a reading order for The Witcher please let me know ….

Hallmark Harry Potter Ornaments and Tree Topper

I think that I hurt a friend’s feelings when she said that Harry Potter was her favorite book. I chuckled and reminded her that Potter was a middle-school book. I didn’t mean it the way it sounded … that just me … winning friends and influencing people.

Aside from my ability to open mouth and insert foot, I really do enjoy Harry Potter. I bought the books for my nephew and we went to the first showings at the theaters.

For those of you who want to add a little Potter magic to your Christmas, take a look at these Hallmark ornaments.

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