The Longevity Code
We all know that we age - but do you know exactly how, and why? And do you wonder what you can do -whatever your age - to slow the process so you can live well, for longer?
This book comprehensively answers these questions.
Medical doctor and polymath scientist Kris Verburgh illuminates the biological mechanisms that make our bodies susceptible to heart attacks, strokes, dementia, diabetes, and other aging-related diseases.
We learn about the crucial role of poorly functioning mitochondria, shortened telomeres, proteins and carbohydrates, and more.
Having explained the processes at work, Dr. Verburgh then provides the tools we need to slow them down: his scientifically backed Longevity Staircase.
This simple yet innovative step-by-step method offers better health and a longer life span through nutrition - currently our best defense in the fight against aging and disease.
And with each passing day, advances in biotechnology - once the stuff of science fiction - are emerging as part of the “longevity code.”
Dr. Verburgh discusses how new types of vaccines, mitochondrial DNA, CRISPR proteins, and stem cells may help us slow and even reverse aging - now and in the future.
PRAISE FOR "THE LONGEVITY CODE"
“Dr. Verburgh tackles age-old questions and arrives at some startling conclusions - with practical suggestions for how to slow down our biological clock.”
- Professor Dr. David Ludwig, Harvard University
“A brilliant and important book. Kris Verburgh, like no other, is able to represent the complex relationships between nutrition and aging. Recommended for anyone who wants to know what to eat in order to age as healthily as possible.”
- Hanno Pijl, MD, PhD, endocrinologist and professor of diabetology at Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands
“Informative, fascinating, and inspiring... Based on current knowledge, The Longevity Code clearly describes how we ourselves can delay the unwelcome symptoms of aging and presents an extraordinary preview of what the future will bring.”
- William Cortvriendt, MD, author of Living a Century or More and Total Health Reset
“The Longevity Code summarizes current scientific knowledge of the topic, dispels common and persistent fallacies, and offers perspectives on the future. It does all this in easy-to-read and understandable language.”
- Emmy Van Kerkhove, professor emeritus of physiology, Faculty of Medicine and Center for Environmental Sciences, Hasselt University, Belgium
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Languages: English, Dutch, German, Russian (in preparation), Chinese (in preparation).
The food hourglass
The food hourglass is a revolutionary new look at how food influences the way we age. Based on the latest scientific discoveries about nutrition and the aging process, The food hourglass shows you how to slow down the signs of aging through what you eat, and lose weight in the process.
Written and developed by Dr Kris Verburgh, this book addresses health and weight loss from a unique new angle, namely the aging process. It debunks many diet myths and introduces a revolutionary new food model, the food hourglass.
The hourglass will show you how to immediately identify what is healthy and unhealthy food, and how to replace unhealthy foods with alternatives. The hourglass helps you lose weight, slow down the aging process and reduce the risk of age-related diseases. Never before has such a food model been developed.
The food hourglass isn’t a diet – so it’s easy to start and simple to continue. Just begin eating the right food to see a healthier and thinner you.
PRAISE FOR "THE FOOD HOURGLASS"
“In this fluently written book the author critically reveals the link between our genetic determined aging process and our way of eating. Highly recommended for everyone who intends to eat healthier."
- Herman Becq, MD, endocrinologist
“Nutrition is an important factor not only in the prevention, but also in
the development of cancer. This book makes you think about habits we take for granted.”
- An Vandebroek, MD, oncologist
“The greatest merit of the author is that he provides more depth on nutritional issues in general and in the West. In plain language he brings clarity to the strongly hyped and advertised topic called nutrition.”
- Hans Decoster, MD, cardiologist
“Healthy food is our best medicine, as this book shows. If the recommendations of the author are followed, our health care will be more fun and cheaper. Highly recommended!”
- Adjiedj Bakas, Trendwatcher of the Year and author of 'The future of our health''
Languages: Dutch, English, Italian, German, Danish, Russian, Spanish, Polish, Chinese.