How to Stop Aging (Volume 3): Unlocking the Mysteries of Feeling Young – How to Improve Your Physical, Mental & Sexual Energy with Age?

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We lose our physical, mental and sexual energy as we age. Is there a way we can delay the aging process and feel young even as we grow old?

The good news is that latest research shows that we can maintain our youthful mental and sexual energy even as we age. We don’t have to die old. We can live not only longer but also increase our youth span and die young. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301745043
About Rachita Kumar

Rachita Kumar is Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Child Psychology. Since leaving college she has been keenly interested in science of anti-aging and how by eating correct foods you can slow the aging process in the body and skin. She writes books and articles on anti-aging, nutrition, health and women’s issues.

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Review by: Justin Fetters on Sep. 05, 2013 :
This book can be compared to a journey that takes you virtually back to your youthful days from your present aging times, specially if you are in your 40s.

I am 40 plus and was worried much about my aging factors that were holding me back of times in my lately married life. My wife looks too younger then me and this was a cause to my embarrassment when ever we were together in some social gathering. Thanks to the author for explaining some non-medicament ways that compound together to form such a beautiful write-up to the sexual energy and age section in the book. This could be helpful to anyone who is in his 40s or over.

As I finished reading this book, I gained so much of self confidence that I feel my self a decade younger!
Overall my comments about this book are - Great write-up! great content!! great author!!!
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Review by: Anjali K on Aug. 28, 2013 :
If you are heading towards an age when no amount of energy you garner seems enough to get you through the day, this book might prove hugely useful in alleviating some of your worries. The author has done a brilliant job detailing on what makes your body age, and how by understanding the self-healing powers of your body you can actually feel younger!!!!From tips to reduce stress (yes! stress makes you look years older than you actually are) to how to regulate your diet with food and supplements, the book covers it all. In addition to the nutrition and stress related advice, the book also details in how common age-related conditions affect life expectancy, and how these should be managed to improve quality of life. In summation, pick this book up, and come out feeling years younger.
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Review by: jason De’ France on Aug. 23, 2013 :
Don't mistake this book for the average attempt we see on the book shelves (physical or online) the author has broken this all down to the most logical and scientifically points, reasons and causes of the aging skin. I love the tips and tricks that are included I find them extremely valuable. Another fascinating heading the author included is the "Synergists" I totally enjoyed that . Thanks to the author for putting such a wonderful series of books together, they are in no doubt awesome guides.
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Review by: Rich Goddard on Aug. 22, 2013 :
Here is a great guide to keeping yourself feeling young, regardless of your age. The author has done an outstanding job detailing many specific ways one can prolong their mental and physical health. From discovering options on how to reduce stress in your life (which is EXTREMELY important), to nutritional tips... not just a general "eat healthy food" line of advice but specific information about what each vitamin and mineral will do for you down the road. It also includes a section on specific foods you can eat which will promote your sexual health as well. This is an exceptionally concise book, easy to read yet filled with mountains of information and no filler.
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