Eat to Get Younger: Tackling Inflammation and Other Ageing Processes for a Longer, Healthier Life (Anglais) Broché – 21 juillet 2014
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You can't escape the ageing process but you can slow it down. By helping you to identify and address the problem areas that are accelerating your rate of ageing, this book reveals how to become more energised, 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... With over 100 recipes, plus meal plans, lifestyle suggestions and questionnaires for self-assessment, the authors guide you through their easy-to-follow programmes that will help you feel and look rejuvenated, revitalized and youthful. --Universal Magazine
It's great to find a book packed full of sensible advice on health, wellbeing and nutrition from authors who are genuinely 'walking the walk'. It's a great, easy to follow book that allows you to keep a check on your progress. The meal plans are brilliant and the recipes mouth-watering, but there's also a deep level of knowledge underpinning it so anyone suffering from poor health can feel they are in safe hands with the advice given. --Janey Lee Grace, BBC and Hay House radio presenter, author of Look Great Naturally... Without Ditching the Lipstick and founder of www.imperfectlynatural.com
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The heart of the book is to reverse the damage done to the body at the genetic level: turning back on the genes that prevent cancer and other degenerative diseases. The first chapters discuss the processes involved and most common symptoms of aging. Remedies to the issues and ways to alleviate the body's symptomatic problems (e.g., inflammation) are given: meal plans, lifestyle changes, and suggestions for supplements. There is an emphasis on fish and seafood especially - of note to those with seafood allergies.
The writing is very unsexy but also straightforward. Of note that the book is focused on anti-aging and not weight loss or dieting. It looks to be tailor written for thin women over their 30s who want a less medicinal/surgery approach to anti-aging. The typical 'current' health topics are discussed briefly: gut bacteria, enzymes, acidity of the blood, toxins, glycemic index, eating more greens, etc. The difference with this book than others on the market now is that the advice is broken down by aging problem rather than the science itself.
Although the book is geared toward UK residents, there is a lot of universal information in here. Ingredient names are given for both North American and UK (e.g., rocket vs arugula), attesting to localization efforts of the authors/editors. The recipes are decent but poorly formatted and exceedingly hard to use on either computer, kindle, or ipad.
In all, it is a good book on the subject and the diet is very flexible. On a more personal note, I don't agree with the egregious amount of supplements suggested (most studies suggest you do NOT use multivitamins any more as they are likely doing harm rather than good).
Reviewed from an ecopy provided by the publisher.
Seems to be well researched and very believable. By that I mean, everything the authors say makes sense to me and I can see how the types of foods and supplements you put into your body would affect aging.
I haven't yet tried anything from the book, but I will be giving this another read and try out some stuff. It won't hurt, and who knows, it could actually help me look younger without having to go under the knife. Bonu