Synopses & Reviews
Now, a women's edition. A New York Times bestseller with 115,000 copies in print in hardcover, Younger Next Year is the breakthrough program for men to turn back their biological clocks and live healthier, more active lives into their 80s and beyond. Experts believed, the press raved: But the fact is that women have even more to gain from Younger Next Year. Just as the average woman lives longer (three decades past menopause) than the average man, the average woman has more anxiety about aging. Younger Next Year for Women is a book of hope. Though keeping the same lively, alternating voices--Chris Crowley's rough-and-ready passion for the cause, Harry Lodge's cool, convincing science--the book is recast to bring its revolutionary findings about staving off 70% of the normal decay associated with aging specifically to women. It covers menopause and postmenopause at length, cardiac disease, osteoporosis, sexuality, even finances. It adapts its simple, lifesaving motivational rules--Exercise Six Days a Week, Don't Eat Crap, Connect to Other People--to contemporary women's lifestyles. And brings to its message a refreshing bluntness that says yes, you have come a long way, and you've got a longer way to go. Now enjoy it for all it's worth.