RECALIBRATE: Six Secrets to Resetting Your Age
Author: Richard Purvis
Paperback: 222 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: Jan. 11 2018
Genre: Health and Fitness
Description (from Amazon)
RECALIBRATE – Six Secrets to Resetting You Age will reform the way you eat, think, live, and AGE! Author Richard Purvis developed a program to help restore optimal health and vigor to your life and actually preserve youthfulness! With more than 30 years of dedicated nutritional experience combined with the latest scientific research, Purvis details how resetting your health and youthful appearance is unequivocally obtainable utilizing six proven methods. In RECALIBRATE Purvis examines the causes of premature aging and the catalysts for diseases such as; diabetes, obesity, hypertension, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and even Alzheimer’s. He highlights what we are doing to ourselves to trigger the onset of many illnesses, and what we are not doing to prevent them. Purvis demonstrates pragmatic, sustainable principals, lifestyle changes, and nutritional insights to maximize your body’s biological processes and slow or even reverse aging! The RECALIBRATE plan takes years off — leaving a more youthful and radiant appearance, improving energy levels, boosting overall health, and resisting disease. Purvis introduces measures you can take right now to enhance your ability to live life on your terms. Practicing good health provides the best opportunity to avoid the potential of self-induced disease, and dramatically improves the quality of life. A few short weeks of following the RECALIBRATE program will help you look and feel better than you have in a decade. Committing to the lifestyle and proven techniques will facilitate a radiant appearance and superior overall health – for LIFE!
Recalibrate was not what I expected. To me I actually thought it would have been about a program of some sorts. I was disappointed when I started reading it for several reasons. The biggest thing was that it was written almost with a scientific background in mind. There were lots of “big” words that a lay person would have to either look up or skim through and not read. Let me preface this with the fact that I have a medical background and work in research so for me I did understand. However, a reader who would be looking to change their lifestyle, might not understand and it would definitely detract from the reading. The other thing was that it really isn’t “new” information that readers can’t find elsewhere. There was really nothing that stood out for me. However, having said all that, the exercises provided detail instructions along with pictures that showed how to complete which was a good thing.