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Cheat The Clock: How New Science Can Help You Look and Feel Younger

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HardCover. Pub Date :2012-12-04 Pages: 336 Language: English Publisher: ALPHA New scientific research reveals simple diet. exercise. and lifestyle choices that can slow the aging process. helping people look and feel younger.Award-winning. veteran Washington Post reporter Margaret Webb Presslers husband Jim is one of those people who looks much younger than he is.After yea ...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published December 4th 2012 by ALPHA
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Katie
May 31, 2013 rated it it was ok
This was just "OK," maybe because I've read so many of these same pieces of information before. The author examines her unusually young-looking husband's nutrition, exercise and other habits in the context of science to try and explain his youthful appearance.

I had to fight my biases against this book the whole time, because it came off as very "self-helpish" and I dislike self-help books (they're just so condescending, and I always think "what do you know??" about the author). This book fell pr
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Michelle
Mar 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
Excellent choice for the average person who wants to know about the science behind aging, but doesn't want to be burdened with pages of data.

Pressler uses her husband as the epitome of a fountain-of-youth, translating aging studies into his own habits as a way of demonstrating how others may follow those habits and stave off the aging process.

This is a quick read to reinforce the idea that everyone is capable of improving his own health- it's not all up to your genes, and it's never too late to
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Valerie
Apr 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book. It had so much good information and specific tips. I will be adding these tips to my life activities.
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