Nationally Recognized Health Experts Release Their Third Book, Age To Perfection: How To Thrive To 100, Happy, Healthy, And Wise; and Begin Book Tour

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Anderson, Gaman, and Gaman compiled the longevity advice they give to patients each day at Executive Medicine of America and weekly on their nationally syndicated Staying Young Show. This advice is coupled with top 10 lists from those who have already hit the 100 year mark.

People need to know that the choices they make in the early decades of their life have a significant impact on later years.

The multi-city media tour has begun for the authors of Age to Perfection and the book is gaining significant attention as the authors continue to bring their message of health and longevity to the masses. Their message is well-received by people of all ages as the life expectancy age continues to climb.

“We want people to know that living to 100 is becoming a common occurrence. Everyone should be thinking about what 80, 90, and even 100 will look like for them. People need to know that the choices they make in the early decades of their life have a significant impact on later years,” states Mark Anderson, MD.

In Age to Perfection, the authors outline what readers should expect at each decade of life, explaining that not all body parts age at the same rate. They also give advice on staying young and healthy that is backed by the latest solid research. The book helps the reader inventory their health risks, understand those risks, and then lower them for a chance at a longer, healthier life.

"Weeding through all the propaganda on healthy aging can be tricky so we're offering advice that is backed by real research. We want readers to understand why some people are old at 50, while others are young at 90. Once they understand the basis of aging, they can help themselves to a better way of life,” explains Judy Gaman

The authors also bring a new concept to aging and health management. They coined the term AVAT Factor, a measurement of various metrics combined to help a healthcare provider and patient understand their true age, not just their chronological number. This is the first measurement of its kind, which looks at a patients overall health and not just segments or specific organ systems.

The authors are currently touring through the media and the upcoming stops include Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Richmond, Chicago, and Memphis. They can also be heard on various radio shows internationally over the next few months. During the trip to Memphis, they will be touring with Lucille Fleming, a spry centenarian who is featured in the book.

AGE TO PERFECTION HOW TO THRIVE TO 100, HAPPY, HEALTHY, AND WISE is available now from and all other online booksellers. It can also be ordered at any physical bookstore.

George House Publishing
ISBN 978-0-9840731-2-2
Price Paperback $15.99
Price E-Book

To schedule an interview with the authors, contact Stay Young Media Group at (800) 910-2300.

About the Authors:

Walter Gaman, MD, is Board Certified and a Fellow of the American Board of Family Practice. As a seasoned professional and medical expert, he is a regular on Fox News Radio, as well as Good Morning Texas and other media outlets. In addition, Dr. Gaman co-hosts the nationally syndicated Staying Young Radio Show ( As a founding partner at Executive Medicine of Texas, Dr. Gaman’s passion is to educate people on how they can be proactive about their health. He believes everyone has the ability to reach their 100th birthday, while still having a smile on their face and a skip in their step. It was this very passion for health that lead to Newsweek Magazine naming him as a “Best Doctor in Texas” in 2010, as well as numerous other accolades.

J. Mark Anderson, MD is Board Certified in Family Practice. Named a HealthCare Hero 2013 by the Fort Worth Business Press, he has devoted his career to helping others reach their full health potential. His dedication to keeping up with the latest science and technology is what makes him one of the most sought after physicians in the country. Dr. Anderson can be heard around the nation each week on The Staying Young Radio Show. As a much sought after health expert in the media, he has made a name for himself on both the local and national level with appearances on multitude of shows. Dr. Anderson is a regular guest on Fox News Radio as a top medical expert.

Judy Gaman, BSHS, CCRC is a health and wellness expert at Executive Medicine of Texas, as well as co-host on the nationally syndicated Staying Young Radio Show. She graduated from The George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences with a degree in Clinical Research and has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She is an award-winning published author with many titles to her name. She enjoys speaking to large groups and continues to empower individuals with health information and useful tips. Judy appears regularly in the media as a health and wellness expert, and is heard regularly across the nation as a Fox News Radio expert.

About the Staying Young Show
The Staying Young Show is distributed for syndication by Salem Radio Network (SRN) and can be heard on various stations across the United States. It airs on SiriusXM channel 131 on Saturdays at 9am ET. Hosted by Drs. Walter Gaman and Mark Anderson, along with health and wellness expert Judy Gaman, the show features guests like top name celebrities, as well as top experts in all medical specialties. The show is also available on iTunes as a free download. Visit for local listings. Stations requesting to carry the show should contact chris(at)syndication(dot)net.

About Executive Medicine of America
Patients travel in from all over the world to see Drs. Walter Gaman and Mark Anderson and staff for their experience and expertise in preventative and proactive medicine. The clinic is world renown for their half day physical exams, as well as their approach to bio-identical hormone replacement and concierge medical services.

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