With the popularity of antiaging books on the market, who has time to read them all? Below are some of the books that I've read and a little bit about each of them. If you want more information, click on the book's cover picture and you can see the titles of the chapters and a more detailed description of the book. I've used some of the information in these books on this website. Check back often as I'll be updating this page as I come across more books about anti-aging treatments.
Super Foods for Seniors - by the Editors of FC&A Medical Publishing. This book, published in 2007 is an easy and fun book about nutrition for older adults. Of course, it also applies to those of us interested in anti-aging. It lists specific foods, as well as tips and information, to combat various ailments to keep us looking and feeling our best.
Power Aging - by Gary Null, Ph.D. Gary has written many anti-aging and natural health books. This antiaging book was published in 2003 and does a good job explaining how toxins in our environment and in our food affect our aging. He also gives advice on how to age well, naturally.
Stopping the Clock - by Dr. Ronald Klatz and Dr. Robert Goldman This book was published in 1996. Although it is over 10 years old, it does provide a wealth of information. The authors are the founders of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). They outline the aging process and theories to slow the aging process. There is quite a bit of medical terminology, however it is easy to read and there are many tips that one can use to "stop the clock."
The Anti-Aging Solution - by VIncent Giampapa, M.D., Ronald Pero, Ph.D., MarciaZimmerman, C.N. Dr. VIncent Giampapa is one of the founding physicians of the A4M, while Dr. Pero collaborated with Dr. Giampapa to develop the first anti-aging program related to DNA repair. This book, published in 2004, gives 5 steps to help you look and feel younger. While some chapters do contain a lot of scientific terminology, there are some good antiaging solutions and anti aging treatments tucked in between.
Ageless Face, Ageless Mind - by Nicholas Perricone, MD. This book, by a #1 New York Times bestselling author gives information on how to erase wrinkles and rejuvenate the brain. Published in 2007, the book explains what AGEs are and the role they play in the aging process. Dr. Perricone also give suggestions for food and supplements that can aid in anti aging treatments.
Ten Years Younger - by Steven Masley, M.D. This anti aging book, published in 2005 outlines a ten week plan to help you look ten years younger. Dr. Masley is the former medical director of the Pritikin Longevity Center. He gives nutrition, fitness and lifestyle advice including menu plans and recipes.