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Publisher: Ageless Publications
Release Date: March 10, 2004
ISBN: 0-9741792-4-8
Format Reviewed: Advanced review copy / Paperback
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Genre:   Nonfiction / self help
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Patty Foster
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Aging is Not an Option
The Baby Boomer’s 10-Step Guide to a Long and Healthy Life 
By Andrew Keith

      The Baby Boomer generation is now aging and health problems are abundant. Keith started his middle age with health problems that he did not expect and did not like. As he struggled with his problems, he looked at the demographics of today’s society and discovered that he was not alone. In fact, the deterioration of the health of our nation as a whole is rapidly decaying. This book is the result of his search for better way of living and optimum health.

      Keith takes a humorous look at our life today with a tongue in cheek attitude. His writing style is blunt and to the point, with no punches pulled. He discusses three basic premises for this book: 1) There are 10 steps needed to improve your overall health. 2) If given a chance, your body will heal itself. 3) You should be controlling the direction of your life and your health.

       Aging is a normal process of life, but it does not have to be detrimental to your health. Keith outlines 10 easy, logical steps to improve your health, both mental and physical. Each step is discussed in detail and is logical and easy to implement. The steps are general and additional information is given in a helpful reference section and website section. One argument Keith makes is that no one step will be effective without the others as they interlink with each other. He also advises readers to check with a physician before implementing a major life change.