You: Staying Young: The Owner's Manual for Extending Your Warranty

You: Staying Young: The Owner's Manual for Extending Your Warranty

Michael F. Roizen Mehmet C. Oz / Jan 20, 2020

You Staying Young The Owner s Manual for Extending Your Warranty Drs Oz and Roizen the bestselling coauthors of the blockbuster YOU series present their New York Times bestselling indispensable guide to maintaining vibrant health improving longevity and aging g

  • Title: You: Staying Young: The Owner's Manual for Extending Your Warranty
  • Author: Michael F. Roizen Mehmet C. Oz
  • ISBN: 9780743292566
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Drs Oz and Roizen the bestselling coauthors of the blockbuster YOU series present their 1 New York Times bestselling indispensable guide to maintaining vibrant health, improving longevity, and aging gracefully.The body is the most fascinating machine ever created, and nobody talks about it in ways that are as illuminating and compelling as Dr Michael Roizen and Dr MeDrs Oz and Roizen the bestselling coauthors of the blockbuster YOU series present their 1 New York Times bestselling indispensable guide to maintaining vibrant health, improving longevity, and aging gracefully.The body is the most fascinating machine ever created, and nobody talks about it in ways that are as illuminating and compelling as Dr Michael Roizen and Dr Mehmet Oz Most people think of the aging of our bodies the same way we think of the aging of our cars the older we get, the inevitable it is that we re going to break down Most of us believe that at age 40 or so, we begin the slow and steady decline of our minds, our eyes, our ears, our joints, our arteries, our libido, and every other system that affects the quality of life and how long we live it But according to Dr Roizen and Dr Oz, that s a mistake.Aging isn t a decline in our systems It s actually very purposeful The very systems and biological processes that age us are designed to help us when we re a little bit younger So what s our role as part of the aging population To learn how those systems work so we can reprogram them to work the way they did when we were younger Your goal should be die young at any age That means you live a high quality of life with everything from working joints to working genitals until the day you die.At the core of this landmark book are the Major Agers 14 biological processes that control your rate of aging Some you ve heard of, some you haven t, and some you never knew contributed to the aging process Some speed decline, others inhibit your repair mechanisms These Major Agers are everything from short telomeres and inefficient mitochondria to stem cells and wacky hormones The doctors explain the principles of longevity and many of the causes of aging and how to fight the effects The climax of the book is a 14 day plan to help you along your path to staying young The doctors want you to be able to integrate important processes into your daily life in order to make staying young routine, but first you ll need to measure your real age and health right now Staying young encompasses your emotions and mental health as well as your exercise habits, eating habits, personal hygiene, and genes, among other things.Wouldn t you like to know how to prevent your body from aging badly The original YOU book showed how bodies work in general, and YOU On a Diet explained how bodies lose weight and stay fit Now in YOU Staying Young, Drs Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz illuminate the mysterious mechanisms with a lively metaphor the modern city What differentiates a vibrant and thriving city that ages gracefully from one that is worn down and rusted out Despite genetic differences, which are like the geography upon which the city is built, cities age differently because of the way residents treat their education system stem cells , power plants mitochondria , electrical grids brains , transportation routes blood vessels , and landfills fat You as mayor, resident, and street cleaner have the power to balance your biological budget to ensure a life that s both long and strong Thankfully, just as cities can invest in renewal and improving their repair processes, so can you.YOU Staying Young is filled with signature YOU Tools, including YOU Tests, YOU Tips, and visual and verbal metaphors to bring the science to life.

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    1. I actually read all of these YOU books. This was the best one I thought. Its the most recent one and therefore has the latest research in it. It gives tons of info on what to do to help your body slow the aging process. The idea is to have a full and satisfying life all the way until the day you die. Since people are expected to live longer than ever, rather than having to slow down and deteriorate, one can keep their bodies and minds in great shape. One thing that stood out to me is a thing cal [...]

    2. Yes, it was in a very dusty corner of a Bulgarian bookstore, but shouldn't it be better than this? If I'm going to get conflicting opinions by several GPs, shouldn't it be in a shorter, better edited format? I'd love a chart showing the most agreed-upon preventatives. I am full of admiration at any qualified attempt to give absolute advice in a short, digestible format. I wish we could find a survey of GPs giving definite dietary guidelines, etc to reach a consensus.But these two TV GPs don't ap [...]

    3. More reading selected in the shameless quest for the fountain of youth. I'm not actually reading it yet - my husband has it and since he reads at about 2 pages a day, I have to subsist on crumbs of information he occassionally scatters in my direction. I bought it because in Dr. Oz's interview on Oprah, he mentioned a few things from the latest scientific reseach I had not heard yet. For example, your aging well depends upon keeping the tips of your telemere's "unfrayed" (these are at the tip of [...]

    4. I've never heard so many corny similes in my life! They are far more interested in entertainment than providing factual, relevant information. I'm a healthcare worker, so I guess I expected too much from the Oprah crowd.

    5. Enlightening and I'm an RN! An extremely easy, yet enjoyable read so that everyone can learn what most of us don't know that will help our bodies.

    6. The thesis of the book is pretty straightforward (page 3): "To add serious years to your life--and life to your years--you have to lower your risk for all diseases. And the only way to do that is to slow your rate of aging at the cellular level." Then (page 4), "After all, aging may be inevitable, but the rate of aging is certainly not." The authors are physicians themselves. The book features a number of items: "major agers" (facts that accelerate rather than retard the aging process), "You tes [...]

    7. I listened to this book on tape, which I wouldn't recommend, mainly because there's a ton of information to write down and implement. I ordered it on my Kindle (which I'm loving, by the way) and now I have it as a reference. One of the things I really appreciated about Staying Young was that both doctors take on and recommend supplements. My experience has been that when you bring supplements up to most doctors they act like you practice voodoo. It is also refreshing to find out things like why [...]

    8. This one was a Christmas gift from my wife who watches Oprah and loves when Dr. Oz shows up on her show.I must admit up front that there seems to be some great information in this book. The problem lies in the delivery. The writing is horrible. There are so many metaphors per page that it reads like a bibliophiles metaphor guide. There are even sentences with more than one metaphor. The metaphors are mostly bad ones as well. After about a hundred pages, I could no longer drag my cranial wadding [...]

    9. This is one of a whole series of "You" health books. I thought I'd reserved a different one, but this was a really fun one and I learned a lot about how the body works. It's written in a very light, fun version that reminds me a lot of the "r Dummies" series. My only problem with it was in some of their recommendations--which frequently encouraged drinking alcohol and caffeine. Not exactly word of wisdom advice, but still a fun fast-reading health book.

    10. I have been reading this book very carefully as it is filled with loads of excellent information for taking care of your body. Dr. Oz,one of the co-authors, is famous for being on Ophra numerous times. The authors make the scientific part very readable and the nutritional and lifestyle suggestions are excellent. Although much of this will not be new information for those of us who read about health, there is enough new, or different information to cause me to read the entire book.

    11. The authors explain why the body ages and how readers can become anatomical puppeteers, mastering their genes, bad habits, environmental pollution and stress while igniting the body's ability to stay fit, strong and healthy. The authors’ argument if you want to live a long and healthy life you need to follow three main facts: one, eat less; two build muscles; three get enough sleep.

    12. I've read all of the "You" books and recommend them to my patients who want "dieting" advice. (The truth is there is no such thing as a diet, only lifestyle changes). They explain the whys/hows behind the advice that is given. I recommend these books to anyone who is interested in finding out more about how their body works and how to keep it in good condition.

    13. Interesting overview of the aging process and some antidotes. More main steam than "The Life Extension Revolution: The New Science of Growing Older Without Aging" and "The Official Anti-aging Revolution: Stop the Clock, Time is on Your Side for a Younger, Stronger, Happier You." All 3 are valuable in terms of taking care of mind and body for the long term.

    14. This book may have been informative, but I was turned off by the endless, pressing need the authors felt to turn every body system into a metaphor and assault you with cartoons depicting said metaphors, as if you have no ability to grasp biology or anatomy.

    15. adult nonfiction. facts and tips in re: the aging process. Some of it is useful, some of it is tedious (the cartoons YOU injects into the text in an attempt to provide humor). Unfortunately, no sources are cited that I could find, which makes the information somewhat questionable.

    16. 3+ starsToday I finished the book written by Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen, You:Staying Young. It had some interesting info. in it (a lot of which I already heard elsewhere) but what I am remembering the most right now is what they wrote in the stress relief chapter. It says to do the opposite. Every emotion has an "urge to act" that goes with it. Being afraid or anxious you tend to avoid things: being depressed or sad you want to withdraw or stay in bed: and if you get angry you want to lash out or yel [...]

    17. I am pretty sure this book is aimed for people that are quite older than me, but I took away a lot of useful information and learned a lot. The basic message of the book is to eat right, exercise your body and brain, and have a positive outlook on life if you want to be healthy and live a long life (duh.) What I liked about this book is that the authors gave very detailed descriptions about each important system in your body, which in turn makes you hyper aware of how your body functions and mak [...]

    18. Good read/listen. (I listened to the audio book.) Lots of solid info. for healthy living.Dr. Oz was one of the co-authors of this book and if you like Dr. Oz, you will like the book. The guy who narrates/reads the book actually sounds a little like him, too.Many of the tips/recommendations for healthy living seem to make a lot of sense. i.e. Exercise regularly least a 30 min. walk each day. Get plenty of sleep. Manage your stress. Eat right - Limit sweets, processed foods and fats. Etc However, [...]

    19. Oh my ears! I listened to this beastly audiobook to the bitter end. The authors suffer us with their mangled diction and gawdawful analogies. Every aspect of the human body is discussed in terms of prime-time teevee and normative humor about guys & dolls. Total friggin torture! Speech impediments and unfunny hell that this is, it also is difficult to follow. The authors are trying to explain about biology and pharmacology in rather technical terms (mitochondria, dendrites, DHEA, seratonin, e [...]

    20. I didn't get to finish this before we moved and I had to return it to the library. I might try to check it out again. It was interesting in that it explained how aging effects various parts of your body. The explanations were clear and simple. The authors are a bit irreverent and crude at times. After a few chapters it was beginning to wear on me.After they explain how aging works they tell you how to 'fix' it. Usually that involves supplements of some sort. I'm not sure how many pills you'd be [...]

    21. The book is one of those books that remind us how important it is to live a healthy life. Because what we choose to eat, to do, and to think will determine what our body will be. I read this book with a high interest, and indeed, while I keep reading each page, facts and advices on how to build a healthy lifestyle, diet and nutritional, exercise, even stress handling flowing. I myself captured by the fact that our biological age is not the same as our chronological age. To stay young (biological [...]

    22. This book is a book about your body and how to keep it healthy. Some quotes from the book:Longevity is not whether or not you break, it is how well you recover and repair when you do. If you perform a good habit for three years, the effect on your body is as though you have done it your entire life. Even better, you can start to measure a difference on your body in three months! Living longer is not about taking longer to die, it is about enjoying every moment of a longer life- it is taking long [...]

    23. I love this book! My biggest complaint is that it wasn't longer! I wanted to read more and learn more. I love how the authors made physiology easy to understand. The pictures and jokes kept my attention. The information is absolutely invaluable! That's the best part. Once you understand how your choices affect you at a cellular level, you can't help but make healthier choices. I lost five pounds while reading this book, without thinking about losing weight. I just wanted to eat healthy foods and [...]

    24. Oprah new what she was doing when she made a niche for her little crew. Dr Oz, Suze Orman, Dr. Phil, etc. are excellent and brilliant. I read a few of the YOU books. Actually I may have read them all. And I read a few twice. This was one of them and one of my favorites of all. (Although I must admit they were all excellent and very informative). Great tips, ideas, and advice. So many things resonated with me. One of them was that our genes only have 30% to do with our aging process. And that my [...]

    25. Very interesting! I learned a lot -- laughter really is the best medicine; it increases the oxygen that we take into our bodies and it lowers your blood pressure.Also, although most mammals require 8-hours of sleep, they usually do not get 8-hours in a row. This I could buy as I have slept 2 hours and then been awake 2-3 hours and then gone back to sleep for 2-3 hours for the last 3 nights.Vitamins is another interesting chapter -- how do we get all that we need? Move, move, move is the key to s [...]

    26. The health information is okay in this book, as well as in the other YOU series. The humor, however, is almost unbearable. I think it's all the clichesover and over and over again. A little joke now and then--fine. A cliche used now and then--fine. But 7 on every page???? Too much for me. Honestly, I didn't finish reading any of the books I own because of it. If I have some sort of health question, I may go directly to the index and research the topic at hand, rather than reading the whole book [...]

    27. I have been reading this book slowly over the past few months. It is written by Dr. Oz who is the physicial that Oprah uses on her show to explain health issues in a clear and simple way. I did not like the way he wrote the book, but the information is terrific. He sets forth a plan for maintaining health and staying young. My friends know that I am a complete health nut so I really enjoyed the book. I will keep it handy as a guide for the future. I would recommend that most people get and read [...]

    28. You Staying young brought to us by the well known partnership pf Dr. Oz and Dr.Roizen is a blue print for helping us to live a full and functional life.They offer advice and changes to make in our life to help over come some of life's major aging factors, such as helping prevent the break down of the immune system,heart disease, and the othe symptoms of aging.From diet, exercise, and supplementation each chapter offers you tips on how to help prevent hearing loss, bad joints, sleep loss,among ma [...]

    29. Advice you're probably already used to (get exercise, eat lots of fruit and vegetables), but packaged in a highly motivational way, with lots of the science to tell you what actually goes right in your body when you do these things and wrong when you don't. Some of the science is new, but the authors make it clear when studies are only suggesting something and when there's more evidence behind it. There's also a great website with tips and extra content.

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