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Eat to Get Younger: Tackling Inflammation and Other Ageing Processes for a Longer, Healthier Life [Paperback]

Lorraine Nicolle
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21 July 2014
You can't escape the aging process but you can slow it down. By helping you to identify and address the problem areas that are accelerating your rate of aging, this book reveals how to become more energized, sleep better, get leaner, avoid or delay age-related degenerative conditions typical in your family, and generally look and feel healthier in your 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond. Written by award-winning nutritionists, the book shows you how to manipulate your diet, supplements and lifestyle to strengthen the very body systems that are essential to extending your healthy years - systems such as inflammation, detoxification, carbohydrate metabolism and the stress response. It includes action plans for specific areas of interest, to help you focus on your own individual goal, whether this is reducing pain, improving your bones and joints, easing the menopause, losing weight, revitalizing your skin, or reducing the chronic internal inflammation that is the precursor to most age-related diseases. With over 100 recipes, plus meal plans, lifestyle suggestions and questionnaires for self-assessment, the authors guide you through their easy-to-follow programs that will help you feel and look rejuvenated, revitalized and youthful.

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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Singing Dragon (21 July 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1848191790
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848191792
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.2 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 107,020 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Lorraine Nicolle MSc is a nutrition practitioner with a regular clinic at a London-based natural health center. Lorraine is also a nutrition lecturer and module leader on university-validated degree and post-graduate courses. She works with a healthcare company, writing and delivering nutrition education sessions for healthcare practitioners, and runs workplace nutrition programs for businesses. She is a recent recipient of the CAM Award. Christine Bailey MSc is a nutritional practitioner, an experienced chef, food and health consultant and cookery writer with over eighteen years of experience. She works with many food and healthcare companies undertaking recipe development, nutritional consultancy and provides training and support for the corporate sector. She is the author of many recipe and health books and is a regular contributor to a range of national health, food and fitness magazines. She has a regular clinic in Reading and London and is a lecturer and module leader on university-validated undergraduate and postgraduate courses. She is a recent recipient of the CAM Award.

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We seem to be surrounded by cookery books, magazines and nutrition material promoting a wide variety of ways to improve health by eating a better diet. The content of these books is getting more sophisticated over time and often some of the topics would not have been out of context in professional texts a few decades ago. The public has an appetite for quality and scientific information on how diet can boost vitality and reduce dependence on widely prescribed medicines. This approach will help combat heart disease, diabetes and other illnesses associated with our lifestyles and the dietary choices that come with them. The book also promises a longer and healthier lifespan in addition to tackling inflammation. I liked the authors understanding of why the average GP won't understand the logic in changing eating habits to improve energy and vitality because it doesn't conform to the evidence based approach they've been taught. Their way is not the only way to judge effective change.

The idea that what we eat can influence our lifespan is certainly not without some serious science to back it up. There's a longevity gene in yeasts, worms, and flies as well as in mammals. It's activated by restricting calories, and caloric restriction is known to extend lifespan. Certain nutrients can similarly increase longevity, significantly without restricting calories. Both semi-starvation and increased activity of the longevity gene can prevent obesity, and obesity has some harmful effects. The promoters of the theory suggest that a drug will be able to prevent obesity and cure type-2 diabetes. These same scientists are also suggesting that it could slow aging and increase longevity.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent in-depth resource for change 2 Aug 2014
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Excellent source of up-to -date information on general health and in particular, nutrition. The amount of information is incredible and there is a lot of practical making-it- work advice for the ordinary person that makes the information actually usable. If you are looking for ways to change your lifecycle and deal with various physical concerns, this resource will help you do just that.
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