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$24.95 U.S. - Achieving Peak Brain Power Through Nutrition
Discover the brain foods that can reduce thosesenior moments, keep your mind sharper, and lower your risk of Alzheimers disease and other cognitive impairments. As we get older, we find that we dont always Through Nutrition hold thoughts as we once did. If youve ever forgotten where you put the car keys or cant remember the title of that book you just read, you know the experience. Can you do anything about it? The answer is yes! Aging experts are now finding theres a lot you can do to keep your memory sharp and your mind resilient. Like heart health, brain health can be fostered and protected with a wholesome diet and physical activity. This new Special Health Report shares the latest findings about those foods that offer lasting benefits in keeping the brain fit, in maintaining vital neural pathways, and reducing the risk of cognitive impairment and Alzheimers disease. Plus, youll read about those lifestyle changesfrom exercising more to stressing less that can improve your mind, mood and memory.
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$24.95 U.S. - Change Your Diet, Change Your Life
Change Your Diet, Change Your Life is your guide to life-long healthy eating! This newly published report will show you how smart daily choices can help prevent many diseases associated with aging while improving mental agility and physical vitality. This report is about making smarter choices more often - without totally giving up those foods you're always going to crave. Discover: menus youll love and recipes youll savor & so much more! Youll learn about an easy substitution that can reduce the risk of diabetes by 35%... a protein source that can protect against age-related macular degeneration
and the daily beverage that can reduce the risk of stroke. Youll find out how to tell if that bread really is whole grain. Youll find out how to select and store fruits for maximum flavor and nutrition. Youll also be introduced to smart swaps for reducing trans and unsaturated fats. And youll be alerted to a number of small shifts you can make that will add up to big steps toward a healthier diet.
Note: To ensure that you continue to stay on top of important advances in medicine, we will reserve future annual editions for you on priority basis and at our lowest price. We will notify you via email or postcard before each annual is released and shipped to you. If you do not wish to receive it, just return the post card within 30 days. You will also be able to review each future edition before deciding to keep it.
$24.95 U.S. - The Heart-Brain Diet
In The Tufts Heart-Brain Diet, youll learn which foods and nutrients will maximize your health and keep your heart pumping and your brain sharp. The doctors and nutritionists at Tufts Friedman School have integrated these foods into an eating plan thats effective and enticing. Youll find complete menus for 10 days - breakfast, lunch, dinner - and snacks too! Plus, the book includes accompanying recipes
recipes that show you quick and easy ways to create dishes that you and your whole family will savor. In addition, The Tufts Heart-Brain Diet book includes information on how a lack of sleep contributes to many health problems, including a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, as well as Tufts experts present tips for an overall healthy lifestyle, since eating healthy is only one way to protect your heart and brain.
$24.95 U.S. - Eat Well And Exercise
To help you live a healthy, active life the editors of Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter created an all-new report called Eat Well and Exercise. This comprehensive report brings you all the latest research and findings on everything you need to know so you can enjoy all life has to offer.
With Tufts Eat Well and Exercise youll have the information you need to stay active and independent for life. Discover hundreds of surprising facts about nutrition and exercise. Find the latest information on how foods affect your body and the nutrients you need as you age.
And thats not all. Youll find sample menus that show you how to get more nutrients from less food, 6 fruits and veggies that could help with weight control, 12 common pantry items that could ruin your health, healthy snacks that really help tide you over between meals, and so much more!,
$24.95 U.S. - The Healthy-Aging Diet
To help you choose foods and drinks that can improve your health, the editors at Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter created an all-new report called: The Healthy-Aging Diet. This new report reveals the healthiest foods and diet plans that can help you do everything from lose weight to prevent type-2 diabetes to lower high blood pressure to prevent heart disease and more.
With Tufts' The Healthy-Aging Diet, discover how eating right can keep you strong, healthy and vital for fife. Discover how 5 common, chronic health problems for people over age 60 can be prevented or reversed through healthier eating. Youll learn which fruits, vegetables, grains, and drinks give you the biggest health benefits.
And thats not all. Youll find the best ways to get more protein in your diet. Plus, youll find the latest research information that shows you why getting more low-fat dairy in your diet is linked to a reduced risk of frailty and may reduce the progression of osteoarthritis.
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$5.00 U.S. - September 2017 Digital Back Issue
Linking Diet and Headaches
New Insights: Glycemic Index
Celebrating 35 Years of Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter
Are Chemicals Contributing to the Obesity Epidemic?
$5.00 U.S. - August 2017 Digital Back Issue
Moderate Alcohol Intake May Help Preserve "Good" Cholesterol
Are You Getting Enough Vitamin E from Your Diet??
Linking Colorectal Cancer Risk, Inflammation and Diet
7 Ways to Help Fight Food Waste
$5.00 U.S. - July 2017 Digital Back Issue
Diet Causing 300,000+ Annual Cardiovascular & Diabetes Deaths
Are Supplements Toxic to Liver?
Sweet Drinks: Bad for Your Brain?
Dietary Strategies Against Gout
$5.00 U.S. - June 2017 Digital Back Issue
Connecting Food and Your Mood
When You Need Help Going
Small Steps to Healthy Habits
Trending at Farmers' Markets
$5.00 U.S. - May 2017 Digital Back Issue
Unsaturated Fat Best for Heart
Enjoy Hunger-Busting Beans and Peas
Coming to Labels: Added Sugars
6 Strategies for Better Blood Sugar After Meals
$5.00 U.S. - April 2017 Digital Back Issue
Beat Your Heart Disease Genes
On Restaurant Menus: Calories
Keep Cancer from Coming Back
Is Your B12 Status at Risk?
$5.00 U.S. - March 2017 Digital Back Issue
Foods to Soothe Digestive Woes
Beyond Olive: Oils for Heart Health
Fighting Unwanted Weight Loss
Smart Pre-Exercise Snacks
$5.00 U.S. - February 2017 Digital Back Issue
Eat Well to Keep Mind Sharp
6 Winning Super Bowl Snack Ideas
Benefit of Multivitamins for Heart Health Needs Further Study
Dietary Relief for Aching Joints
$5.00 U.S. - January 2017 Digital Back Issue
Eating to Beat Belly Fat
5 Weather-Proof Workout Strategies
Alzheimer's Diet: Will Limiting Red Meat Help Stave Off Alzheimer's?
Emerging Science on White Potatoes and Disease Risk
$5.00 U.S. - December 2016 Digital Back Issue
Cutting Calories Reduces Dangerous Inflammation
Whats Your Dietary "Food-Print"?
Why You Cant Rely on the Glycemic Index for Healthy Eating
Fight Heartburn and GERD: Diet and Lifestyle Can Make a Difference
$5.00 U.S. - November 2016 Digital Back Issue
Better Diet and Sleep Might Help Protect Your Brain
Knee Pain from Arthritis? Try Tai Chi
Healthy Fats Reduce Diabetes Risk
Longevity Dietary Pattern: Fruits, Vegetables, Fish
$5.00 U.S. - October 2016 Digital Back Issue
Smart Fat Choices Might Slow Arthritis Progression
Blood Levels of Omega-3s from Fish, Plants Linked to Lower Fatal Heart Risk
Heart Benefit Seen from Compound in Tea, Cocoa, Apples
Eat Your Fruits and Vegetables to Help Fight Frailty
$5.00 U.S. - September 2016 Digital Back Issue
Report: GMO Foods as Safe as Conventional Choices
No Weight-Loss Protection from Vitamin D
Exercise May Cut Your Risk of 13 Types of Cancer
Omega-6s in Vegetable Oil Linked to Lower Diabetes Danger
$5.00 U.S. - August 2016 Digital Back Issue
Dont Give Up on Weight Loss Because of "Biggest Loser"
Coffee Drinkers at Reduced Odds of Colorectal Cancer
Eating Fruit Daily Linked to Lower Cardiovascular Risk
$5.00 U.S. - July 2016 Digital Back Issue
Keep Active to Protect Your Brain
Green Tea Extract Fails to Fight Fat or Boost Bones
Keep Your Summer Picnic Food Safe
Worried About Diabetes or Your Heart? Eggs Not Harmful
$5.00 U.S. - June 2016 Digital Back Issue
Fish Linked to Less Alzheimers Disease in Those Most at Risk
Colorful Produce Could Help Counter "Middle-Age Spread"
Even After 70, Staying Active Pays Off
92% of Restaurant Meals Too High in Calories
$5.00 U.S. - May 2016 Digital Back Issue
Weight Loss Can Improve Lipid Levels
Alpha- and Beta-Carotene Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk
REALITY CHECK: 6 Iffy Claims About Reducing Salt
Extra Zinc Boosts Immune System in Older Adults
$5.00 U.S. - April 2016 Digital Back Issue
Extra Vitamin D No Help in Preventing Seniors' Falls
Caffeine Doesnt Cause Heart Jitters
New Reasons to Skip Sugary Drinks
Protein at Breakfast and Lunch Boosts Muscle Mass
$5.00 U.S. - March 2016 Digital Back Issue
Choose the Right Carbs to Help Control Your Diabetes Risk
Eat More Like a Mediterranean to Protect Your Eyes
New Evidence for Body and Brain Benefits of Walking
Nuts Improve Cholesterol Levels
$5.00 U.S. - February 2016 Digital Back Issue
Longevity Benefits Seen with Moderate Coffee Drinking
More Good News for Egg Lovers
Eat Everything in Moderation? Not Necessarily Good Advice
How Much Should You Worry About Meat and Cancer?
$5.00 U.S. - January 2016 Digital Back Issue
Fruits and Vegetables Linked to Better Weight Control
Studies Challenge Bone Benefits of Extra Calcium
Mediterranean Diet Linked to Lower Breast-Cancer Risk
Exercise and Your Brain: Should You Sweat It?
$8.95 U.S. - Antioxidants
Antioxidants are compounds that prevent free radicals from damaging the cells of your body.The damage, called oxidative stress, can accumulate and contribute to the development of several chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer, as well as age-related conditions, such as macular degeneration, cataracts, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimers.
Free radicals are unstable molecules and, depending on their chemical nature and composition, can attack either the membranes that keep our cells intact, the DNA or genetic material contained within our cells, or the proteins that help keep our cells functioning properly.
Where do free radicals come from? Some are produced in our environment, i.e., air pollutants,cigarette smoke and ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. They are also produced in our bodies naturally during the process of metabolism, and when our immune system is presented with a virus or other harmful microbe that needs to be destroyed.
With the Antioxidants eBook from Tufts Health & Nutrition, we help you discover the effects of antioxidants, and highlight the benefits of consuming a diet high in plant-based foods on maintaining health and preventing disease. Instantly download your copy today!
$8.95 U.S. - Guide to Eating Right to Avoid Cognitive Decline
This e-Book is a comprehensive review of the latest research on the role of diet and nutrition in maintaining cognitive health. It presents a range of scientific evidence, from large observational studies to animal and human intervention trials, on the impact of individual foods, nutrients and overall diet on cognitive aging. While the research in this area continues, and our understanding necessarily evolves, the guide provides a better understanding of the information that is currently available and helps to wade through the advice given by popular media.
We all know from life experience that there is a significant range in the effects of aging on cognitive function some individuals experience cognitive decline while others do not. Although there are multiple factors contributing to this disparity, a healthy lifestyle and diet can lower your risk. This guide offers information on changes that you can make to your diet such as swapping out foods high in saturated fats (e.g. butter, red meat) for those rich in unsaturated fats (e.g. olive oil, nuts, fish) that may help you to improve your odds for avoiding cognitive decline.
$8.95 U.S. - A Guide to Vitamins & Supplements
This special e-book explores the health benefits of vitamins and minerals. You may have heard that its a good idea to take a multivitamin or other vitamin or mineral pill as insurance against dietary shortfalls. That might be good advice, depending on your diet and overall health; consult with your physician before starting any supplement regimen. But be aware that you should try to obtain most of your vitamins and minerals from food, not from pills. Studies have consistently shown that the synergy of obtaining essential nutrients from your diet delivers greater benefits than when the same nutrients are taken as supplements.
$8.95 U.S. - Boosting Energy
The word energy can mean many things. On the most basic level, it is the power generated in our cells that enable our bodies to function on a daily basis. But when we talk about energy, we usually mean not having enough of it to easily perform all the tasks we need to do. Whether its taking on a physical challenge, or just working through the day, how do we have enough energy to meet both basic needs and daily challenges?
Whatever your goal, youll be happy to know that there are a lot of lifestyle changes you can make that will help boost energy. This e-book contains basic concepts on how to provide your body with what it needs to give you that extra get up and go.
$14.95 U.S. - The Mind Diet Cookbook
Packed with dishes that are not only tasty but also help improve memory, concentration and mental activity, The Mind Diet Cookbook makes following the MIND Diet a snap. The 135 easy-to-make recipes provide a mouth-watering way to keep ones mind sharp by eating the right foods while avoiding brain-harming ones.
The wide range of recipes include quick-and-hearty breakfasts, lunches, snacks, dinners and even sweet desserts made from foods that promote brain health.
$13.95 U.S. - The Alzheimer's Prevention Program
Want to keep Alzheimer's at bay for years - ideally, forever? Prevention is the way, and this is the guide. It's the book that shows how to strengthen memory and avoid everyday lapses. How to incorporate the top ten brain-protecting foods into your diet. How to cross-train your brain, exercising both the right and left hemisphere. And how to reduce stress, a risk factor for developing dementia and Alzheimers, through meditation and 11 other relaxation strategies.
$15.95 U.S. - End Everyday Pain for 50+
End muscle and joint pain. End Everyday Pain for 50+ presents a complete 10-minute-a-day program to correct previous damage, develop healthier joints and stay pain free at any age.No matter what part of your body is hurting, End Everyday Pain for 50+ offers a treatment to heal it, including: Neck Stiffness, Shoulder Bursitis, Tendinitis, Hip Misalignment, Headaches, Lower Back Pain, Sciatica and Meniscal Tears.
$15.95 U.S. - Core Strength for 50+
A fully illustrated guide to strengthening every aspect of the core muscles tailored to the unique needs of aging adults.
Featuring more than 100 step-by-step exercises, detailed fitness plans, techniques on proper core stability and tips on avoiding injury, this guide makes it easy to achieve optimal results while developing a strong, balanced core.
$14.95 U.S. - Weights for 50+
Weights for 50+ shows how easy it is for anyone at any age to get started with weights. It teaches exercises that are suited to varying ages and degrees of strength, including super-easy, easy, intermediate, and advanced. The program in Weights for 50+ focuses on the use of small free weights (starting at just 3 lbs.), and includes stretches and release moves everything readers need to design a personalized weekly exercise plan.
$16.95 U.S. - Yoga for 50+
Yoga for 50+ offers a straightforward approach that makes it easy to learn yoga at any age.
The book's adaptable program allows readers in good shape to experience a challenging workout, while people with physical limitations benefit from gentler postures, breathing exercises, and meditation practices.
With step-by-step photos and clear captions, the poses in Yoga for 50+ help you: Develop flexibility and balance, Release stress, Build strength, Increase energy and vitality, And so much more!
Yoga for 50+ details the basic principles of yoga and teaches the common elements of all postures and movements: alignment, breath, and awareness.
$12.95 U.S. - Thinner This Year
In Thinner This Year, the message is straightforward and based on the most up-to-date nutritional science: resist the added-fat, added-sugar concoctions created by the food industry; skip the supplements; pile on fruits and vegetables to your heart's content, but it's OK to eat lean meats, too; and dont drink your calories. And exercise!
With its simple, fully illustrated program of 25 "sacred exercises," Thinner This Year provides everything needed to build muscle, protect joints, add mobility, and put off 70% of the normal problems associated with aging and eliminate 50% of serious illness and injury.
$8.95 U.S. - Keep Your Brain Alive
Over 40? Getting forgetful? Having trouble learning new things, or remembering that actress's name without reaching for your smartphone? Neurobics is a unique brain exercise program that can be done anywhere, anytime. Offbeat, fun, and easy, these 83 exercises will result in a mind fit to meet any challenge - whether remembering a name, learning a new app, or staying creative in your work.
$14.95 U.S. - The MIND Diet:
Enjoying a high quality of life as you get older means taking care of your brain as much as your body. And research suggests that what you eat today will help (or hurt) your cognitive abilities later.
The MIND Diet explains the science behind mental fitness in an approachable and understandable way. More importantly, this helpful guide presents an easy-to-follow program for keeping your mind sharp by eating the right foods and avoiding brain-harming ones.
Packed with dishes that are not only delicious but also help improve memory, concentration and mental acuity.
$15.95 U.S. - Stretching for 50+
Just ten minutes a day of these modified stretches is guaranteed to help you improve your mobility without pain or injury. Stretching for 50+ is filled with safe, easy routines for any age. Learn warm-ups and cool-downs, use tools like a strap, therapy balls and foam rollers, and discover plenty of other fitness tips to keep you moving.
$9.95 U.S. - Growing Stronger
This is our best-selling book on strength training for older adults. Here are the FACTS! Strength training builds strength, maintains your bone density and improves your balance, coordination and mobility. Its never too late to start. The Growing Stronger program gives you all the tools you need to succeed.
$10.95 U.S. - Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program
Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program combines the best information from the New York Times bestselling Younger Next Year with the cutting-edge knowledge and workouts from Thinner This Year. Here is the revolutionary 10-minute warm-up (critical for maintaining ankle, shoulder, and hip mobility). The five amazing things aerobic exercise will do for your body, and finding the method that works for you. How to get fit better and quicker with intervals. The importance of "whole-body" strength training and "rebooting the core." Plus, the Twenty-Five Sacred Exercises that will be the foundation for your strength-training routine for life.
$14.95 U.S. - The Blood Pressure Book
If you have high blood pressure, or want to keep it low, this book will explain new methods of treatment and new self-help techniques. Includes risk factors, what high blood pressure does to your body, how it is monitored and how it can be treated.
$16.99 U.S. - Say Good Night to Insomnia
This insomnia treatment has improved sleep in 100% of the insomniacs tested, and allowed 90% to reduce or eliminate their use of sleeping pills. Tested at Harvard Medical School, the six-week, drug-free program conquers insomnia in a large majority of patients.
$14.95 U.S. - Make the Pool Your Gym
Once used primarily for rehabilitation, water exercise has been proven to build strength, improve cardiovascular fitness and burn calories - all without the strain and trauma of land-based activities. With step-by-step instructions and clear photos, Make the Pool Your Gym shows how to create the effective and efficient workout best suited to your needs. Whether youre a non-swimmer, an elite athlete or someone with a chronic condition, you can make a splash in your fitness level without even getting your hair wet.
$16.00 U.S. - Total Memory Workout
Frustrated by your forgetfulness? Dont be. Memory lapses arent necessarily a sign of agemore often they are a sign of the times, as were all inundated with important information to remember, from PINs and cell phone numbers to childrens schedules and crucial business facts.
$26.99 U.S. - Body Maintenance & Repair
At last, a comprehensive guide to restoring and maintaining strength and flexibility throughout the entire body. This is the ultimate guide to keeping your body in peak physical condition. Broken down into three major sections, the book first offers illustrated descriptions of the structure and mechanics of each major body part, explaining what can go wrong and how to properly care for that area. Backed by the American Physical Therapy Association.
$28.00 U.S. - Always Hungry?
In the New York Times bestseller ALWAYS HUNGRY?, renowned endocrinologist Dr. David Ludwig explains why traditional diets don't work, and presents a radical new plan to help you lose weight without hunger, improve your health, and feel great.
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384 pages Hardcover
$19.99 U.S. - Heart 411
Whether your goal is to get the best treatment or stay out of the cardiologists office, your hearts health depends upon accurate information and correct answers to key questions. In Heart 411, two renowned experts, heart surgeon Marc Gillinov and cardiologist Steven Nissen, tackle the questions their patients have raised over their decades of practice: Can the stress of my job really lead to a heart attack? How does exercise help my heart, and what is the right amount and type of exercise? What are the most important tests for my heart, and when do I need them? How do symptoms and treatments differ among men, women, and children? Backed by decades of clinical experience and up-to-the-minute research, yet written in the accessible, down-to-earth tone of your trusted family doctor, Heart 411 cuts through the confusion to give you the knowledge and tools you need to live a long and heart-healthy life. 550 Pages - Paperback
$14.00 U.S. - Mindless Eating
Food psychologist Brian Wansink helps you understand how much youre eating, what youre eating and why youre even eating. In an entertaining style, Wansink uses his clever experiments to uncover the secret dynamics behind dietary habits. He shows how outside factors like packaging, music, the color of a room and other hidden persuaders used by restaurants and supermarkets contribute to mindless eating. The book offers strategies for making mindful changes that result in better food choices and ultimately better health.
$13.95 U.S. - The "I" Diet
The I Diet is the revised, updated paperback version of the popular The Instinct Diet. The diet thats easy to follow, the diet thats based on impeccable laboratory research. Dr. Roberts, a Tufts University expert on nutrition, shows how to turn food instincts into an engine for permanent healthy weight loss.
$14.95 U.S. - The New Love & Sex After 60
You may be getting older, but love and sex are still a vital part of life. Heres a book that speaks to your concerns and pleasures about sex beyond the middle years. Read the truth about aging and how it affects sexual desire and lovemaking. Includes practical advice for solving sexual problems.
$15.00 U.S. - Making a Good Brain Great
Your brain is at the center of everything you do. Its both the supercomputer that runs your complex life and the tender organ that houses your soul. And while you may run, lift weights, or do yoga to keep your body in good condition, chances are you ignore your brain and trust it to do its job. Based on cutting-edge neuroscience from the world-renowned Amen Clinic, this practical, easy-to-understand guide gives you the tools you need to optimize your brain-power and enrich your health and your life in the process.
$9.95 U.S. - A Field Guide to Type 2 Diabetes
Our most user-friendly guide to type 2 diabetes! Reading A Field Guide to Type 2 Diabetes is like sitting down with a friend and getting all your questions answered: "Why did I develop diabetes? What else can I do to improve my health besides taking pills? Do I need insulin? Do other people feel as scared as I do?" A Field Guide to Type 2 Diabetes is packed with information from the American Diabetes Association, the experts on diabetes care.
$18.95 U.S. - The Arthritis Helpbook
The Arthritis Helpbook is the world's leading guide to coping with joint pain, and has been used by more than 600,000 readers over its twenty years in print. It succeeds because of its tested advice, its hundreds of useful hints, and its emphasis on self-management-helping people with arthritis and fibromyalgia to achieve their own health goals. Chapters allow readers to: Learn proven techniques to reduce pain and increase dexterity. Build a calcium-rich diet and maintain a healthy weight. Design an exercise program that matches their needs. Find tips and gadgets that solve common problems, big and small. Overcome fatigue, depression, and other troubling feelings associated with these health issues.
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