About Summary & Analysis of Lifespan
World-renowned geneticist and Harvard Medical School professor David A. Sinclair proposes a unified theory of aging and reveals the ground-breaking interventions that will extend our healthy years and change what it means to be human in his book Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don’t Have To.
What does this SNAP Summary Include?
– Synopsis of the original book
– Key takeaways from each chapter
– A guide to how and why we age
– Why aging is a disease and how to treat it
– Editorial Review
– Background on David Sinclair
About the Original Book:
After nearly three decades of researching aging and rubbing shoulders with some of the most influential geneticists in the world, Sinclair has all the facts to prove what should be common knowledge by now: Aging is a disease that can be slowed, stopped, and even reversed. Aging is, in fact, the root cause of all diseases. In this provocative New York Times bestseller, Sinclair reveals how and why we age, what we can do to boost our vitality and extend our healthy years, and what the future will look like when we begin to live long enough to see our great-great-grandkids. Anyone who wants to live a healthier, longer life or wants to catch up on the latest trends in longevity research will find this book an invaluable resource.
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