I do a lot of reading, much of it related to aging. Since I usually keep notes on what I read, I thought some of you might find it useful to be see my notes and what I thought of the book. Since I have been reading aging books for a long time, the data goes back for quite awhile. These books are arranged alphabetically by title. I have included the publication date and when I read it when I have the information.
Healthy at 100 by John Robbins. A good read except for the last few chapters. Notes.
The End of Alzheimer’s: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline by Dale E. Bredesen, MD. This is an excellent book that outlines a protocol which Dr. Bredesen has had a lot of success treating Alzheimer’s patients with. Notes.
Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever (or die trying) by Bill Gifford. 2015. This book is very well written and makes kind of a story of the scientific search for reversing aging. I took 2 pages of notes.
WordPress: The Fast and Easy Way to Learn. 3rd edition. 310 pages. By George Plumley. I took 4.5 pages of notes.
Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley & Henry S. Lodge, M.D. A well researched and good read primarily about the benefits of getting regular exercise (45 minutes a day) with a few other things you should do the improve the quality of your old age. This book had a lot of information, so I took 4 pages of notes.
Books I hope to read soon
How to Live the Longest Life Possible, by Carl Bourhenne
- From GRG. Added to the list 12/18