The Science of Aging Well: How to Look 20 Years Younger
Mike Chan

The modern 21st century lifestyle accelerates the aging process for over 70% of people living in developed or developing countries. This accelerated aging manifests in premature wrinkling and sagging of the skin, uncontrolled weight gain, the early onset of sexual dysfunction, and the development of chronic progressive diseases like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, etc. People have been taught that these are the inevitable consequences of getting older, but at best, this is only a half-truth.  Many of the things we know about aging are false and what we have been led to believe is 'normal' with advancing age is simply a twisted version of aging that has become accepted because it is now all too 'common'. Common, as you will see, does not always mean normal.

The Science of Aging Well: How to Look 20 Years Younger is for anyone, young or old, who is interested in getting the most out of life by maintaining their highest level of physical function no matter what their current health status is right now. This for anyone who wants to be in the best shape and health possible without having to spend countless hours in a gym, watching every calorie they put into their mouth or having any procedure done to their bodies.

This book will give you 5 keys that can be implemented in a modern setting that, when followed correctly, can dramatically retard the aging process for everyone.