Anti-ageing is a misnomer, and there are no quick fixes. But by using effective slow living techniques and cutting edge science you can make sure you get the most out of life.
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) April 20, 2011
Let’s face it, we live in a culture that increasingly values youth, vitality and beauty. If we are honest, most of us would admit we desire to hold on to these qualities for as long as possible. We're bombarded daily with conflicting messages about how to reverse the aging process, along with a cadre of cellulite creams, diet pills, and anti-wrinkle serums. There’s no shortage of information. But if we truly wish to slow down the ageing process, we don’t need just more information. We need credible information, to help us distinguish between solid, quantitative data and cracked-up quackery. Author Kate Marie’s 'Fast Living Slow Ageing' cuts through the hype, in favor of what has been proven to slow the ageing process, and promote peak physical and emotional health, leading to a full, vital, and longer life.
Finding herself “fat and frumpy” at the age of forty years old, with poor eating habits, little exercise, and a tendency to overindulge in alcohol, Marie was diagnosed with depression. After a frightening reaction to prescribed anti-depressant drugs, Marie sought alternative solutions, which eventually lead to a hormone and supplement plan that began to awaken her body.
“This turgid process created a burning desire to consider my future and ultimately to want to develop a successful health and wellness strategy for the next thirty years. I wanted a long-term plan for staying well, so I thought I’d try to write one – hence the book was born,” says Marie. “Of course, with a project of the magnitude I envisioned, I knew I couldn’t do it alone.”
With a new found zeal, Marie assembled a team of over fifty leading scientists, doctors, health practitioners and informed consumers to help discover how to age more slowly, live longer, get more out of life, and look good doing it. The result is her groundbreaking book, which is the culmination of the biggest collaborative effort in researching this topic ever attempted.
'Fast Living Slow Ageing' uses an evidence-based approach, delivering practical guidance on everything from exercise to hormones, nutrition to stress management, to help the reader make the changes necessary to slow the ageing process and live their best possible life. The book covers not just what to do, but how to do it—with a planning and implementation process that really works. The easy-to-follow “slow ageing” program can help readers enjoy a healthier diet, clearer skin, better physical fitness and mental resilience.
“The truth is, you can't reverse ageing,” says Marie. “Anti-ageing is a misnomer, and there are no quick fixes. But by using effective slow living techniques and cutting edge science you can make sure you get the most out of life.”
'Fast Living Slow Ageing' is now available in e-book format from online retailers, including Amazon.com, BN.com, and the Sony Reader Store.