BOOK REVIEW – THE AGE REVOLUTION, THE DRUG FREE PLAN TO STAY FIT, YOUNG AND HEALTHY…

The Age Revolution

The book is written by Dr. Charles Clark and Maureen Clark, who wrote the bestselling ‘The New High Protein Diet’.

It is published by Vermillion and offers a three pronged approach to ageing well, with diet, exercise, and stress management – You Magazine Sarah Stacey. It’s a manual on how to enjoy what can be one of the best times of one’s life – Lucia Van Der Post

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Age-Revolution-drug-free-young-healthy/dp/0091935474

The Age Revolution will, says Dr Charles Clark, help you to improve your quality of life by slowing the ageing processes which would otherwise inevitably occur, through a well-structured and natural lifestyle management programme. Nutrition forms the basis of slowing the ageing process, so Dr Clark’s food plan is based on his well-researched high protein diet, complemented by physical and stress-relief exercises. So you can neutralise a huge range of age-related health concerns, to improve your health and reduce your need for medication. You can lower cholesterol and blood pressure, protect yourself from arthritis, cardiovascular disease and heart disease, control or reverse diabetes, look younger and feel re-energised. The programme is very well presented, with clear instructions and delicious recipes, guiding you through a 21-day kickstart plan and taking you beyond into an enjoyable and sustainable routine, rediscovering the joys of a fresh, healthy and youthful life.

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