The newsletter will be an excellent news source for longevity and anti aging health information. -Mr. Shore, Author
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) February 20, 2011
The Anti Aging Supplement Review, a blog on anti aging supplements, longevity science, and current news regarding aging, announced today the launch of a weekly e-mail newsletter. Interested parties may sign up for the newsletter on their website, AntiAgingSupplementReview.com and can sign up directly by clicking here.
The newsletter, called The Longevity Newsletter, "will typically contain three or four stories per week" explained the blog's author, Mr. Shore. Mr. Shore, the Founder and CEO of longevity nutrition company LongevityDrugstore.com, explained why he started the blog and why he has decided to distribute a newsletter. "The topic of longevity is my passion. I realized some time ago that there were few truly informational sources around for longevity and anti aging news. Most were promotional in nature and tried to sell products. While my company does market anti aging supplements, the blog and the newsletter are purely informational."
Mr. Shore believes that "the newsletter will be an excellent news source for longevity and anti aging health information. I spend a considerable amount of time combing recent news and information to bring my readers the most important and pertinent information."
The blog has already covered topics in anti aging supplements such as: "Anti Aging Supplements: Resveratrol as an Anti Aging Supplement, Anti Aging Supplements: CoQ10 as an Anti Aging Supplement, Anti Aging Supplements: DHEA As An Anti Aging Supplement, and Anti Aging Supplements: Vitamin D3 as an Anti Aging Supplement." In addition, the blog has covered such news stories as: "Longevity Linked With Waist Size, Calcium and Vitamin D: The Long and Short of These Essential Substances, and Cognitive Decline Prevented By Mediterranean Diet?"
In addition to it's informational aspects, the newsletter will also contain contain entertainment. Mr. Shore commented that, "getting healthy, learning about longevity, and so forth need not be a drag. My goal is to make it fun for my readers. I will be including jokes on aging, inspiration quotes, and other items. After all, if it's not fun, what's the point?"
Mr. Shore had some final thoughts on his new newsletter, "It's a phenomenal way to get information. You can be lazy and still get the information you want, right to your e-mail."
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