Anti-Aging Miracle Physicians Have Been Waiting for is Finally Here : Free Book Available From Natural Health News Report Reveals the Secret to Staying Young

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Playing tennis at the age of 90, living well beyond the age of 100 and never looking a day over 60 is now possible. Researchers have discovered the secret to the fountain of youth. And now, this information is available to everyone absolutely free.

A Cardiologist's Guide to Anti-Aging, Antioxidants and Resveratrol

Natural Health News Report is offering a free download to the popular book "A Cardiologist's Guide to Anti-Aging, Antioxidants and Resveratrol," (

The book, written by renowned cardiologist Dr. William Gruss, reveals how red wine extract, Resveratrol and super antioxidants are helping to conquer some of the worst diseases including heart disease, Cancer, Diabetes, Alzheimer's, Obesity and old age. In the book, Dr. Gruss recommends dietary supplements to address the four factors that contribute to aging: genetic breakdown, oxidation, inflammation, and reduced mitochondrial energy.

Researchers at Harvard University proved the benefits of Resveratrol in a recent study. Mice taking the supplement lived an impressive 24% longer than mice not taking Resveratrol. No other compound has ever been shown to extend life span and have such dramatic anti-aging effects.

In addition, the book reveals that Resveratrol may have other health benefits including:

Increased endurance Prevents major disease Prevents skin damage from UV radiation Support health of the mitochondria A Cardiologist's Guide to Anti-aging, Antioxidants and Resveratrol normally sells in stores and online, and retails for just under $50.

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Natural Health News Report ( offers the latest research and trends on the most dangerous diseases and their treatments. Topics addressed include Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, Cancer, men's health issues, and many others. Natural Health News Report is not a substitute for your physician's advice, but is offered as a source of information for helping people fight disease and live longer, healthier lives.

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