Reviews & Testimonials

It’s something new and very useful. Staying healthy as you age needs to become a life skill that everyone knows about. This book is a really good place to start.”

Dr Michael Dixon GP and Chair of the NHS Alliance 

As people age, their doctors put them on more medicines, which can have toxic side effects. This book uses the science behind healthy ageing to show you how you can prevent life-threatening diseases without medicines. I learned a lot from its Anti-Ageing Action Plan about how to correct hormonal deficiencies and take good care of myself.”

Donald W Light, co-author of Then Risks of Prescription Drugs Professor of comparative health care, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, USA

As a doctor who specialises in helping older people stay well I can recommend the 10 Secrets of Healthy Ageing. Getting older doesn’t mean an inevitable decline and this book will help you understand how to age well. Changes in nutrition and life style can  keep your cells working at a healthy level much longer than they would otherwise and that can help you avoid chronic diseases such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease. The book gives you the information and understanding you need to build your own nutritional strategy.”

Dr David Beales FRCP MRCGP DCH DRCOG Dip Psych. GP with a Special Interest in Behavioural and Elderly Care Medicine- author and joint editor of Community Care of Older People

We are all ‘patients’ at some time or other but doctors and drugs don’t always offer the best form of treatment.  The Ten Secrets of Healthy Ageing contains practical information about how we can use diet, supplements, exercise and weight control to prevent and manage some of the conditions that become more common as we age.

Dr Rod Hughes MA MD FRCP Consultant Rheumatologist Ashford St Peter’s Hospital Foundation trust

In an age of escalating polypharmacy,this reminder of the value of simple preventive measures over the mass prescribing of drugs of marginal benefit could not be more timely”

 James Le Fanu GP, newspaper columnist and author ‘The Rise & Fall of Modern Medicine’

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