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Anti-Aging Solution 5 Simple Steps to Looking and Feeling Young

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ISBN-10: 0471479322

ISBN-13: 9780471479321

Edition: 2004

Authors: Vincent Giampapa, Ronald Pero, Marcia Zimmerman

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/4/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 272
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

Marcia Zimmerman is a certified nutritionist, a lecturer, & a consultant to some of the country's leading nutritional & supplement companies. She has studied both Chinese & Ayurvedic medicine, & is the author of "The A.D.D. Nutrition Solution". She lives in Alameda, California.

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Your Aging Equation
Finding Your Personal Aging Equation
How Quickly Are You Aging?
Mind/Body Connection in Aging
Stress and Immune Response
Stress and Inflammation
C-Reactive Protein: Something Worse Than Cholesterol?
Infection as a Basis for Cardiovascular Disease
Using This Information
How Aging Occurs
Aging and Your Genes
DNA, Genes, and Chromosomes
Why Enzymes Are Important
Why Do We Age?
Apoptosis: A Two-Edged Sword in Aging
Why You Need a Range of Antioxidants
Enhancing Genetic Repair
Reining in Runaway Inflammation
The Anti-Aging Solution 5-Step Plan
5 Easy Steps to Looking and Feeling Young
Step 1: Reduce Your Stress
What is Stress?
What Does Stress Do to Your Cells?
Effects of Stress on Your Brain and Body
Action Steps: How to Control Stress
Step 2: Nourish Your Genes
A Festival of Food
The Disappearing Family Meal
Portion Size-A Call to Action
Eating Our Way to Premature Aging
Healthy Eating
The Sugar Trap
Protein and Enzyme Damage
Effects of Insulin
Aging, Cognitive Function, and Obesity
Nutrition and Immunity
Action Steps: Nourish Your Genes
Hidden and Dangerous Fats
Special Considerations
Diet and Pain
Implementing the Anti-Aging Eating Plan
Step 3: Exercise Your Genes
The Anti-Aging Workout
The Anti-Aging Exercise Prescription
Breathing Exercises
Warm-Up Exercises
Flexibility and Stretching Exercises
Advantages of Exercising at Home
Exercises for the Workplace
Anti-Aging Walking
Why Overtraining Ages You
Aerobic Exercise
Anaerobic Exercise
American College of Sports Medicine Guidelines
Resistance Training with Pilates
Exercise, Mood, and Behavior
Step 4: Supplement Your Genes
Micronutrient Deficiency and DNA Damage
Zeroing in on Molecular Targets
Anti-Aging Nutraceutical Supplements
Reducing Oxidative Stress
Decreasing DNA Damage in Mitochondria
Enhancing DNA Repair
Improving Immune Function and Blocking Inflammation
Optimizing Gene Expression
Prescription Summary
Hormones as Molecular Targets
Step 5: Make Over Your Skin and Body
Hormones and Your Skin
Endocrine Disrupters
Sun Damage and Its Effects
Internal Effects of Skin Damage
Nutrition and Your Skin
Topical Makeovers
Liposomal Hormone Balancing
Melatonin,Your Hormonal Time Keeper
Stories Your Face and Body Tell
Prescription for Skin and Body Makeover
Conclusion
Take Charge Today
The Anti-Aging Solution Series
The Future of Anti-Aging Medicine
Anti-Aging Home Testing
Serum Thiol Test: A Measure of Longevity
F2-Isoprostane Test for Oxidative Burden
Saliva Tests for Hormones
Anti-Aging Stress Panel
Competitive Athlete Panel
Costs for the Tests
How Do I use These Test Results?
Tests Requested by Your Physician
Subjective Questionnaire
Resources
References
Glossary
Index