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Enter The Age–Free Zone...

You have the power to reverse aging –– beginning with your next meal!

Ask yourself these life–changing questions:

Is it too late to reverse aging?

What type of diet will increase my sexual energy and desire?

Can I make my hormones work more effectively?

Do high–carbohydrate diets accelerate aging?

How can I reduce free–radical–induced aging?

How does stress reduce brain longevity?

No one wants to get old or show the signs of age. In this breakthrough book Dr. Barry Sears goes beyond looking at food simply as a source of calories and explains the incredibly powerful biological effects it has on your hormones. In addition to unravelling the mysteries of your hormones and their role in aging, Dr. Sears reveals the essential dietary information you need to start your own age–reversal journey.

Begin your age–free lifestyle today!

The Age–Free Zone includes:

A week of Age–Free Zone meals for men and women

Age–Free Zone meals for the business traveller

Age–Free Zone meals in fast–food restaurants

A simple, at–home Age–Free Zone exercise program

Published: HarperCollins on
ISBN: 9780062046635
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