Dr. Joseph Maroon Live Wednesday for Secrets to Longevity
Posted on 04 Jun 2012
Do you think your family history means that you cant avoid health problems? Dr. Joseph Maroon wants to change your mind. This Wednesday, June 6, at 7 p.m., the acclaimed neurosurgeon and expert in personal fitness will appear live in AETN studios to discuss how the healthy lifestyle program featured in Secrets of Longevity can put life into your years.
Through years of experience as a neurosurgeon and as an innovative figure in sports medicine, Dr. Joseph Maroon has seen first-hand the impact that lifestyle has on our physical and mental health. After watching diseases ravage many of his patients because of their earlier poor lifestyle choices, Dr. Maroon chose to battle the root cause of illnesses instead of simply treating their final results.
The Secrets of Longevity introduces a healthy lifestyle program based on Dr. Maroons expertise and his intensive study of Harvard scientist David Sinclairs authoritative work on aging. Secrets of Longevity advocates a diet designed to activate your genes true potential and using specific foods, supplements such as resveratrol and making lifestyle changes to improve your health and prolong your life.
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