“Essential reading for COVID times. . . . The tool we all need right now: a smart, straightforward guide that speaks directly to the question: How can I build a strong immune system? The book is packed with clear, actionable advice for building a strong immune system, losing weight, feeling younger and aging beautifully.” —Yahoo! Life
How you age is up to you. And it’s easy to take charge.
From the renowned integrative doctor Frank Lipman comes a radically simple program to reverse the symptoms we reflexively call “normal aging,” including feeling achy, stiff, sluggish, weak, and vulnerable to chronic illness. This improves not only our life span but, more importantly, our health span—our quality of life and how we feel.
Built on a series of lifestyle changes that energize the body and build and strengthen its immune system, The New Rules of Aging Well is based on ancient wisdom backed up by science: Eat less and practice intermittent fasting. Do 20 minutes a day of something meditative. Switch to gentler workouts, but move as much as possible. Unlock the incredible power of mushrooms. Grow your tribe. Walk barefoot when you can.
The result: a rejuvenated you that looks great and feels healthy, happy, sexy, agile, and strong.
About the Author
A pioneer and internationally recognized expert in the fields of integrative and functional medicine,Frank Lipman, MD,is the founder and director of Eleven Eleven Wellness Center and the chief medical officer of The Well in New York City. A New York Timesbestselling author, Dr. Lipman has written six books: Total Renewal: 7 Key Steps to Resilience, Vitality, and Long-Term Health; Revive: Stop Feeling Spent and Start Living Again; The New Health Rules: Simple Changes to Achieve Whole-Body Wellness; 10 Reasons You Feel Old and Get Fat: And How You Can Stay Young, Slim, and Happy!; and, most recently, How to Be Well: The 6 Keys to a Happy and Healthy Life.
Danielle Clarois a coauthor ofThe New Health Rules, aNew York Timesbestselling wellness book written with Dr. Frank Lipman. She’s the former deputy editor ofReal Simpleand was the founding editor in chief ofBreathemagazine. She lives with her family in the Lower Hudson Valley.