A radiant appearance. Boundless energy. Effortless weight management. Supercharged health and well-being. Forget facelifts and fancy wrinkle creamsthe fountain of youth is in the foods you eat and simple exercises and behaviors that will turn back the clock. Read more...
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A radiant appearance. Boundless energy. Effortless weight management. Supercharged health and well-being. Forget facelifts and fancy wrinkle creamsthe fountain of youth is in the foods you eat and simple exercises and behaviors that will turn back the clock. Acclaimed nutritionist and wellness expert Elisa Zied shows you how to jump-start weight loss, reduce stress, improve sleep, banish mood swings and love the vibrant woman you see in the mirror. Discover how to:
* Nix the habits that age you (some will surprise you )
* Fuel yourself with age-defying, nutrient-rich foods
* Relax and decompress with dozens of Stressipes
* Revitalize your life with exercises that put the brakes on aging
* Eat and enjoy 30 easy-to-make, delicious recipes
Featuring The 7-Day Vitality Plan, complete with menus, exercise guidelines and lifestyle solutions, Younger Next Week is your surgery-free solution to look and feel younger in just one week."
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2013-12-02
- Reviewer: Staff
Dietician and nutritionist Zeid (Nutrition at Your Fingertips) is a multitasker, but admits that her active lifestyle had begun to sap her vitality. Scouring recent research and conducting her own modest survey of 100 women, Zied concludes that women frequently turn to undesirable coping strategies when stress weighs them down: overeating, cravings, dieting, nighttime eating, skipping meals, and consuming alcohol and caffeine. To overcome these pitfalls, Zied presents a well-rounded, whole foods diet intended to address what she calls the “7 Pillars of Vitality,” including a radiant appearance, boundless energy, brighter moods, effortless weight management, better memory, a sense of calm, and supercharged health and well-being. In Part I, readers can take the author’s quiz to see where they fall on the stress level charts before diving into Part II: “The Vitality Program.” Zied has a flare for organization and presentation, walking readers through carbs, protein, fat, vitamins, antioxidants, and other topics, and clearly explaining the role of each in keeping the body healthy. Unsurprisingly, Zied establishes a clear link between proper diet, sleep, exercise, and hydration, and looking and feeling invigorated. (Jan.)