Are you ready to rethink and redefine your approach to aging? This powerhouse book tells you how to go from dreading it to making it the greatest passage of your life
Dubbed a health pioneer by the "Wall Street Journal" and called "crazy smart" by Dr. Mehmet Oz, Suzanne Somers has repeatedly opened up new terrain to health seekers worldwide. And now, with "Bombshell, " she does it again. Acting like your personal medical detective, she has found the most advanced scientists, doctors, and health professionals and gotten them to share jaw-dropping advances that will stop deterioration and set you on the path to restoration and healthy longevity.
By taking advantage of these new bombshell advancements, you can live longer than ever with great quality of life, and experience a different way to age: with great health, strong bones, vitality, a working brain, and sizzling sexuality. All of it is yours for the taking if you are willing to make some simple, effective changes.
In "Bombshell" you will learn about explosive medical secrets utilizing the groundbreaking technologies of today, or the very near future, that will allow us all to truly maintain the fountain of youth, including: - How nanobots, small "robots" the size of blood cells, will be injected into the human bloodstream to clean the blood supply and literally wipe out today's most feared diseases
- How stem cell procedures, using one's own adult stem cells, can be used to prevent disease and even regrow body parts; including how Suzanne's breast was reconstructed after cancer with no implant in the first clinical trial of its kind in the United States
- How balancing hormones with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can improve your internal health, well-being, vitality, looks, and sex drive
- How the "cure" to cancer might be just around the corner by preventing it at the source with injections of human, cancer-resistant white blood cells
- How a supplement to regrow telomeres at a cellular level will restore the human body to a younger internal age and reverse signs of aging such as disease, baldness, wrinkles, and loss of hearing and eyesight. And it's available now
One after another, she shares the breakthroughs that you can use today to keep you in top shape so you can embrace the near future and all it will have to offer.
|Publisher:||Random House Inc|
|Publish Date:||May 2012|
|Number of Pages:||348|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||1.4|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||6.75 x 10.25 x 1.75|
Suzanne Somers was born Suzanne Marie Mahoney on October 16, 1946 in San Bruno, California. She was active in her school's theatre program and won a music scholarship to college, but became pregnant after six months. She married the baby's father, but the marriage lasted only a few years. Somers turned to modeling to support herself and her son. In 1968, she won a job as a prize model on a game show hosted by her future husband, Alan Hamel.
In the early 1970's, she landed minor roles in film and TV and won a role on the series Three's Company. After being fired from the show she headed to Las Vegas, where she performed in the mid 1980's. In 1986, she began writing her autobiography, Keeping Secrets, which was later made into a TV movie. In 1991, Somers landed the role of Carol Foster on the TV series Step by Step. She then co-hosted Candid Camera from 1997 to 1999. She created the Suzanne Somers Institute for the Effects of Addictions on the Family, for which she is founder and director, and has written several books.
Save $25 when you open a Walmart® Credit Card and spend $75 today.*
*Offer subject to credit approval