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Published:March 5th, 2010 09:47 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Dr. Rich Lippman, Author of Stay 40: Without Diet or Exercise

Judyth Piazza chats with Dr. Rich Lippman, Author of Stay 40: Without Diet or Exercise

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Why should our bodies become broken and then fixed? Why not fix them in advance of the damages caused by aging?

Stay 40: Without Diet or Exercise
If the predictions of our present-day scientists are right, most major diseases should be curable by the year 2026. Still, these medical advances will increase the average lifespan by a mere twelve years. And we`ll still be stuck with the same ravages of aging: wrinkled skin, slowed reaction times, depression, weight gain, memory loss, declining libido, crippled bodies.

Not a lot to look forward to, is it?

Until now, celebrity doctors such as Mehmet Oz and Andrew Weil have addressed this issue by advocating losing weight, exercising more, and eating a Spartan diet. But new research has shown that an improved lifestyle is only 20% of the answer. This 20% barely scratches the surface: The remaining 80% mother lode of anti-aging medicine has yet to be mined.

This book explores that 80%.

The new remedies presented in this book - most of which are known only to those knowledgeable in anti-aging medicine - can slow, prevent, or even reverse many elements of aging without special diets, cosmetics, surgery, and heavy aerobic exercise. In this book, Dr. Lippman - a Nobel Prize nominee for his research in anti-aging medicine - explores this new frontier to give readers advice that really works.

Stay 40 without diet or exercise will guide the reader in creating a tailor-made anti-aging program, actually healing or reversing some aspects of aging, such as cataracts and clogged arteries, without surgery. The reader is encouraged to start a personal program to resolve many age-related pre-diseases - such as sub-clinical Type 2 diabetes - that many Americans over thirty encounter, but few doctors will treat until they become full-blown diseases.

While Dr. Lippman acknowledges the importance of exercise and specialized nutrition (the 20% standard staples of any anti-aging therapy) he emphasizes the remaining 80% of his new therapies.