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Anti Aging, Longevity & HGH Books

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Grow Young With Hgh by Ronald Klatz, Carol Kahn (Contributor), Sam Tsoutsouvas (Narrator)


Editorial Reviews:
Book Description: Perhaps as close to the fountain of youth as we will ever come, the human growth hormone, or HGH, has already produced stunning results in the battle against aging. In Grow Young With HGH, anti-aging pioneer Dr. Ronald Klatz not only explains how HGH works, but how it can work for you. Dr. Klatz's remarkable guide first helps you determine your own HGH levels and then shows you step by step how HGH can be utilized to reverse the effects of aging by decreasing fat, increasing muscle, lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, strengthening the immune system, increasing bone density and cardiovascular output, and enhancing the mental faculties and sexual performance that diminish as we grow older.

Whether through hormonal drug therapy or by stimulating the body's own supply of HGH through diet and exercise, now everyone can reap the many benefits of this miracle substance. All you have to do is follow Dr. Klatz's medically-proven plan and his helpful consumer tips on the easiest, cheapest, and safest ways in which HGH can build a healthier, happier and more vital future for us all.

Dr. Ronald Klatz is one of the foremost experts on anti-aging research and holds many important posts in the medical community, including president of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He currently resides in Chicago. Carol Kahn is a well-known New York-based writer specializing in health and science, and is a former contributing editor to Longevity.

Read by Sam Tsoutsouvas on two cassettes.

List Price: $18.00 (this is for a cassette recording)

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