Slowing Down The Aging Process

Do we not all want to live longer and add quality years to our lives? Based on current research in gerontology, biochemistry, genetics and medicine, my book Look Younger, Live Longer details specific techniques designed to build up our immune system and extend our lives both in quantity and quality. Look Younger, Live Longer is an exciting book that trains the reader how to achieve this “youthing” goal.

My thesis is that with proper lifestyle and simple, yet natural exercises, high blood pressure, wrinkles, weight problems, heart problems, cancer, aches and pains and other diseases of aging can be prevented. The result is a longer and more fulfilled life.

“Youthing” is the term I apply to slowing down, and in some cases reversing, the aging process. Our bodies are designed to live to the age of between 120 and 140. By using natural relaxation methods such as self-hypnosis, we can increase the adrenal glands and gonads production of the hormone DHEA. This naturally produced sex hormone bulds up our immune system and results in a slowing down of the process of aging.

The problem with this DHEA system is that its production is significantly reduced as we age. Self-hypnosis techniques have been shown scientifically to keep this natural anti-aging hormone production high. This results in the youthing effect that is the basis of my slowing down the aging process tape. Look Younger, Live Longer is very different from the plethora of books on aging in that it presents an entirely natural approach.

No drugs, surgery or artificial elements of any kind are presented. Even the DHEA mechanism is produced by the body, not the artificial supplement that has received so much publicity recently. This book is unique in laying out a comprehensive youthing plan that is easy to apply, costs practically nothing and gives immediate results. More people are beginning to understand that something can be done about the aging process. We are not doomed to undergo the ravages of aging as has been our pattern throughout the ages.

April 11, 2020 Dr. Bruce Goldberg

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