The Body Ecology Guide To Growing Younger: Anti-Aging Wisdom for Every Generation

The Body Ecology Guide To Growing Younger: Anti-Aging Wisdom for Every Generation

Language: English

Pages: 360

ISBN: 1401935478

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


As baby boomers, we're a generation that has transformed society. How will we redefine aging? This book provides a blueprint for restoring a vital friendship with our bodies and, in turn, renewing our bond with the earth. It shows us how we can live fuller, healthier, more meaningful lives.

A fascinating blend of cutting-edge medical information, practical health advice, and spiritual wisdom, The Baby Boomer Diet is relevant for people of any age. Written by Donna Gates-theoriginator of Body Ecology,a world-renowned system of healing-this long-awaited book suggests that we don't simply have to age gracefully, we can age with panache.
What's Inside This Groundbreaking Book:
  • Anti-aging remedies that will make you feel and look younger
  • The missing piece to all traditional diet programs
  • Insight into why we age and how we can prevent it
  • Little-known wellness secrets that address the stresses and pressures of our modern world

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